He is a wildlife photographer by passion and a software developer by profession. For more than eight years of experience in photography, he has been working and teaching photography all over the country through workshops and online training sessions.
He has thousands of fan following on different social media platforms, and the young photography aspirants look up to him big time. He organizes practical workshops to online training. He believes in spreading knowledge and hence finds time to teach photography to the young photographers who look up to him. He also teaches them how to earn money from photography to invest in your passion, which is usually the major concern of many emerging young photographers.
In an interview, he said, “India lacks the kind of facilities and resources that a student needs while learning photography. There are hardly few institutions that teach photography but those are either expensive or are
Kelowna, BC – Making memories last a lifetime and beyond is the goal of the professional photographer at Photos by Pala Mikayla. As a professional photographer with years of experience and a stunning portfolio to boast of, the expert photographer at Photos by Pala Mikayla has been able to capture rare and fleeting moments, making sure that those moments are preserved for the longest possible time. Focused on delivering the best pictures imaginable, Photos by Pala Mikayla now offers photography services at the best rates.
Members of the Kelowna, BC community who are interested in capturing moments and turning them into a lifetime of memories can now do so with help from the professional photographer at Photos by Pala Mikayla. The photographer understands that each client has specific needs that are particular to them and their taste, and as such, offers personalized services aimed at delivering the amazing outcomes that
NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY ) — A Virginia photographer has voluntarily dismissed a lawsuit challenging Virginia’s newly enacted state law that “forces” photographers to promote same-sex weddings.
Photographer and blogger Chris Herring initially filed the lawsuit late June challenging Gov. Ralph Northam’s Virginia Values Act which protects LGBTQ Virginians against unfair treatment and harassment in housing practices, employment, public accommodations, and financial agreements, which went into effect early July.
The act threatens fines of up to $50,000 and then $100,000 per additional violation for any discriminatory acts “on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.”
Herring said this prevented him from posting his religious reasons explaining why he only covers weddings between a man and a woman to the studio’s website.
The complaint filed addresses in detail how the state law violates the First Amendment rights.
The chance to take the perfect picture of the Northern Lights is one that any photographer worth their salt is going to bend over backwards to take, and it was this chance that Edinburgh man Lee Howard grabbed with both hands.
Lee Howard, a 49-year-old photographer, travelled out to beauty spot Belhaven Bay in East Lothian to wait until 4 am for this magical photo.
East Lothian woman faced with redundancy due to Covid decided to take a chance on a new path
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“Some people say it’s dedicated, I think it’s probably a bit crazy!” he laughed.
Lee specialises in astro and landscape photography but has found that this picture has resonated with his customers more than others.
He continued: “The Bridge to Nowhere in Belhaven is a lovely
Since the first known case of COVID-19 was reported in China late last year, many businesses all over the world have felt its impact, with a large number of them either closing down or letting go of most of their staff. Photography companies were affected too, with Nikon delaying the Nikon D6 camera launch by two months, and Canon reporting its first quarterly loss ($83.8 million loss for the April-June quarter) since 2001 which was when the company started releasing quarterly results.
New York-based John Lawrence Rapisardi, a portrait, fashion, and travel photographer, has felt the novel virus’s impact on his photography business. Here he is to talk about how COVID-19 has affected photographers like himself.
John L. Rapisardi
Hello John! Please give us an overview of your photography background.
Hi! Thank you for having me. I come from a family of Sicilian creatives – I am an heir of
I’ve been a professional photographer for decades and get paid to make people look their best as a longtime wedding photographer, and below I’ve shared tips and tricks that can help you look better on everyone’s computer and phone screens for your next remote meeting or happy hour with friends.
There are really just a few main considerations that affect your videos: camera angle/position, lighting and webcam quality. Each is detailed below, along with some products to consider. Most products are well under $100.
First, let’s talk about camera angle. Have you noticed on Zoom calls that many cameras appear to
GREENWICH, CT — After nearly 10 years in business, Natasha Miller has finally found a permanent home for her business in the heart of downtown Greenwich.
According to Miller, Tashography LLC has been in business since 2011, but the opening of her Greenwich studio space, located at 45 East Putnam Avenue, suite 119, marks the beginning of a new era. (To sign up for Greenwich breaking news alerts and more, click here.)
“This is my first time opening up a studio,” Miller said. “I’ve been working out of my house and mostly on location, so this is a big step for our business. We’re excited.”
Tashography specializes in photographs of weddings, engagements, family portraits, headshots and life events, according to the company’s website.
Originally based in Stamford, Miller officially opened the doors to her studio on Sept. 1. The timing could not have been better, as she recently decided to