One of the main ways we can make our imagery really stand out and be impactful, is by capturing moments from different perspectives and angles – showing people views of the world that they don’t normally see in day-to-day life. Here are tips and techniques by our members that specifically talk about this:
Honoured to have the fantastic Shaunte’ Dittmar with us today (who was one of our judges for Collection Four), as she explains all about her thought process and how she captured this striking image. Great insights on composition, the benefits of having a second shooter, the important of making a connection with her couple, editing and more…thanks so much, Shaunte’!
Delighted to have Martin Makowski with us today, taking us behind the scenes of his recent Reportage Award from Collection Five. Great tips about trying different perspectives, envisaging an image, and the process he went through to try (and succeed!) to achieve it. Also included is lots of supporting images; various other captures by Martin, so you can see how he worked through the scene – great stuff indeed, thanks Martin!
Brilliant to have the fab Geeshan Bandara on the site today, taking us behind the scenes of how he captured this recent Reportage Award from Collection Four. Great insights into getting in really close on the dance-floor, going for the different angles/viewpoints, lighting, settings, pre-focusing and more…thanks so much, Geeshan!
Honoured to have the fab Eve Dunlop on the site today to take us behind the scenes of this fantastic bridal prep capture of hers. Really great tips on how to immediately put people at ease (a vital skill!), using natural light, shooting at different angles and from the subject’s point of view, composition and more…thanks, Eve!
Today we’re sharing the story of another Reportage Award, and we’re excited to have the fantastic Sara Kirkham of Pixies in the Cellar telling all. Great insights into the practical benefits of shooting a wedding as a duo, embracing parts of the day that may not usually be your style, and Sara’s own thoughts on why this image has been awarded…a great read indeed, thanks so much Sara!