Every serious amateur and pro photographer needs an assortment of cameras to handle a wide range of imaging requirements in the studio, on location, and during travel. Here, David Saffir suggests 10 questions to consider before choosing a new camera.
After you’ve shot product images for clients (as described in Part 1), what’s next? Here, David Saffir outlines the steps involved in processing the images for client review and approval.
Many small and medium-sized companies (and “solopreneurs”) need a competent photographer to provide product images for their websites, press releases, brochures, and sell sheets. In Part 1 of this series, David Saffir provides tips on getting clients, basic equipment, set construction, and lighting.
Action photography is very challenging. Setting up and executing a good shot takes planning, patience, timing, persistence, and study. Here, David Saffir presents tips that can give yourself the best chance of success, whether you’re shooting action in nature, sports, events, or on the street.
If you’ve ever wondered how photography pros get some of those remarkable shots of wildflowers, David Saffir provides a few tips for determining where and when to shoot, bringing the right equipment, and setting up your camera for sunny or overcast conditions.