One of my favorite aspects of photography is taking macro shots; an art of perspective that can reveal intricate details of a subject. Macro photography provides insight into what might not necessarily be seen with the naked eye. The result of this type of photography is usually an image that is much larger than the subject itself. This is produced by using a lens which has a reproduction ratio greater than 1:1… Read More

For anyone familiar with photography, you’ve probably already tried light painting. Light painting adds a creative and photographer-specific edge to images by moving a light source in the frame. The light source can be anything from a headlamp, to flashlights, LED’s, sparklers, glow bracelets, or other neon lights. Moving the light source essentially “paints” a picture when shone directly into the lens of a camera! Light painting requires a long exposure time… Read More