5 Hacks to LEVEL UP Your Portrait Photography

5 Hacks to LEVEL UP Your Portrait Photography

Many portrait photographers fall into a series of traps that keep their work from growing.  These 5 portrait photography tips and tricks are intended to help break out of creative ruts and 10X your portrait photography game.

3 Steps to Take Your Portraits from ZERO to HERO (Beginner Photographers NEED This Advice)

3 Steps to Take Your Portraits from ZERO to HERO (Beginner Photographers NEED This Advice)

If you're just starting as a portrait photographer, then this is everything.  3 steps to go from zero to hero.

Bokeh on a Budget (Sony A6000) - Review of the Sony 50mm f/1.8 SEL5018 Lens

Bokeh on a Budget (Sony A6000) - Review of the Sony 50mm f/1.8 SEL5018 Lens

If you're interested in getting GREAT bokeh with your Sony A6000, but you don't have a lot of money to spend, then check out the 50mm f/1.8.

Best Portrait Lens for the Sony A6000 - 4 Reasons to LOVE the Sony SEL35F18 35mm f/1.8 Lens

Best Portrait Lens for the Sony A6000 - 4 Reasons to LOVE the Sony SEL35F18 35mm f/1.8 Lens

When it comes to portrait photography on your Sony A6000, the Sony 35mm f/1.8 OSS lens reigns supreme.  Here are 4 reasons why.

6 Business Books EVERY Photographer Needs to Read

6 Business Books EVERY Photographer Needs to Read

Photographers love art, but often lack skills in business.  If you wanna go full-time with photography, then sharpening your business skills is vital.  These 6 books will help get you started on a path of business mastery.

Best Budget Lenses for Sony A6000 - 5 Lenses That You Can Get for Under $500

Best Budget Lenses for Sony A6000 - 5 Lenses That You Can Get for Under $500

The 5 best lenses for under $500 that you can buy for the Sony A6000.

The Instagrammification of Photography - Are We Chasing Likes or Creating Art?

The Instagrammification of Photography - Are We Chasing Likes or Creating Art?

Instagrammification of photography: the cultural trend where photographers are more concerned with popularity and the dopamine hits provided by red hearts in their notification windows than they are about creating great art.  Should photographers be concerned?