Monthly Archives: November 2017

6 Things To Consider Before When Getting A Photo Lab

With the advances in technology, prices of security cameras have drastically decreased. You can now find a wide variety of hidden spy cameras, tiny pinhole cameras, mini bullet cameras, and hidden nanny cameras in all price ranges. Heck you could even go for a fake simulated camera and possibly achieve the same results for a fraction of the cost.

If you want to improve, you simply need the best teacher. There is one professional photographer who is willing to teach you – Amy Renfrey. Amy is a professional photographer who believes in helping hobby photographers to produce high quality, pro level work.

You need to know who the focal point of the image will be, i.e. the main subject. Like the actor in a movie or stage play. Everyone knows who this is and the same goes for your photos. Based on this information you need to know where you will place the subject. In the centre or on a two thirds intersecting line. The subject will draw the eye of the viewer into the image and needs to be correctly placed.

Tired of only having self-portrait nursing photos where everything is too dark, out of focus, and quite frankly you can’t barely tell what is going on? Well, we’re here to fix that and have fun while doing it.

Although snow can be fun to play with, it is actually a challenge to get a good picture when you are surrounded by snow. This is because snow can be quite glaring under the sun and your camera will think that it is the right exposure for the picture hence making your subjects look like dark figure in the middle of the snow.

Art school, however, will not teach you passion and drive. You must have both and mix them with your innate talent and hard work. You have to develop an intimate relationship with your profession to be able to maximize your potential.

You could also read some good books that you’ve been delaying such as books by Haruki Murakami and Ernest Hemingway. You can also study a new language like Spanish, or enroll in a photography class to become the next Ansel Adams.

Popular theory has it that you can thrive both by supplying the low-end of the market, and/or by supplying the high-end. Here we have the premier low-end supplier, Yuri, indicating that he has to make 11,000 images a year to maintain his income, and that soon it might not be worth his time continuing to produce. Oops.there goes half of popular theory.