As soon as you get your first nice dslr camera you are going to be so excited. The sky is the limit as to what you can do with that thing. Don’t worry about going to look for clients, they will find you. This is where my warning comes into play. Take your time. Get […]Read more "Finding your niche"
As a photographer it is crucial to have what you need almost immediately. You never know how long a subject will be where it originally was, or how fast the things in your environment will remain in a good position, it can all change rapidly. In the exact moment of action, every tool must be […]Read more "Lenses: Prime vs Telephoto"
Street Photography Street Photography is one of the largest collections of photographs we have here at FiveStop. Every single encounter in this business is an adventure of its own, especially when dealing with Street Photography. Every time we go out to some town or city, we try to capture the life of that area all […]Read more "Street Photography"
On Camera Flash Lighting is highly important to any successful photographer and is the the basis to any high quality picture. There is no need to run out to the nearest photography store and spend your life savings on overly priced lighting instruments, because everything you would need as a photographer is already in your […]Read more "On Camera Flash"
How to take a portrait in front of a window. When we moved into our new home we were so excited, we were finally home owners. The house had great big windows in the living room. It was a dream come true for any photographer. We knew we could do portraits right in our living […]Read more "FiveStop Photography’s Quick Tip-How To A Portrait In Front Of A Window"
Just Stop and Look Today I am doing my quick tip about something we all are guilty of, moving through life without looking. We see but we just quit looking. I went out to get my mail and turned and realized that we had this new flower in my garden that I had never […]Read more "FiveStop Photography’s Quick Tips-Just Stop and Look"
Exposure is one of the primary concepts to understand, and is crucial to professional photography. The problem with this is that new photographers tend to be a bit hesitant to switching their cameras into the Manual setting. Fear of not knowing how all of these settings work is common, and in all honesty very easy […]Read more "Exposing Exposure"