Have you ever wanted to get some amazing shots of Christmas or other holiday light shows? In this week's video Scott and I give you 5 great tips for improving your holiday light photography. https://youtu.be/ww0BChMrc5U … [Read more...] about 5 Tips for Shooting Holiday Lights
It's always a challenge to shoot a clear or nearly clear bottle on a light or white background. In this shot I wanted to use the Savage Universal Backgrounds for Holidays and winter scenes. Once the shot was all setup and ready to shoot it was easy to change to a second background and shoot again. Product photography, beyond the basic white booth shots, takes thought, … [Read more...] about Winter Goose – A Holiday and Winter Vodka Bottle Shoot
Nicholas Pappagallo Interview with Peter Ensenberger from Arizona Highways Magazine. Peter was the Photo Editor for many years and was one of AZ Highways staff that was in charge of content curation. He loves Arizona and some of the sights such as the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley, and often leads photographic workshops in those areas. Some things he looks for is new eyes … [Read more...] about Arizona Highways: Interview with Peter Ensenberger
Capturing the Super moon / Blood moon Lunar Eclipse - September 27th / 28th 2015 – In a little less than 24 hours, we will all be witnesses to two astronomical events joined together as one event - which will make it quite a rare occurrence. The two events are a "Super" moon and a "Blood" moon, which, by themselves, do happen often enough, but the two together, rarely. … [Read more...] about Capturing the Super Moon & Blood Moon Eclipse
Ever heard someone say, "Nice camera. You must take amazing photos!"? Well, I feel like photography is one of those activities where "size doesn't matter but it's how you use the equipment you have" applies. In the spring of 2013 I was at Kerry Park here in Seattle and I saw someone with a really nice camera and a huge lens and people kept coming up to him and complimenting … [Read more...] about You must take amazing photos with that camera!