In this video I share 5 things (not related to photography) that I take to every wedding!
Recently I have been on a search to wirelessly tether my Sony Mirrorless cameras to my Mac and PC. As I was searching I stumbled upon a feature rich software that allows you full control and live view from your computer without being physically tethered by a cable. I tested it during a session last night and it worked like a charm. I created a quick tutorial below to take you through the steps to get it working in your studio!
A lot of people have been asking me about creating a photobooth so I thought I would share some resources. The purpose of this post is to provide you with a place to get started in researching and building your photobooth! You can check out my photobooth site over at Ashlandphotobooth.com
This year marks my 3rd trip to WPPI and over the last 16 years I have traveled to Vegas over 20 times. I wanted to share some tips for not only having a great time at WPPI but also a few tips that I have learned along the way for having an awesome time while visiting the city of sin!
Podcasts are a great resource for free information that you can consume while you are working, driving, working out, or when you are trying to knock out the backlog of weddings @ 11pm on Sunday evening. I have listened to podcasts for years and I truly feel they have made an impact in both my personal and business life. Today I share 10 of the podcasts I am subscribed to that help me stay on top of the photography industry as well as focus on building my business.
This past weekend I was fortunate to speak at our summer conference “Summer Snap” on the topic of Lightroom. One question that came up was “Is it possible to export your images with the filename on the image?” Today we present a work around to do exactly that!
Today we get a little bit “techy”. I am currently rebuilding my website and I needed to pull a bunch of files from several folders. After a little bit of tinkering I figured out that I could very easily do this with one line of code in terminal!
For the past few years I have been looking at solutions like RPG keys or programming MIDI controllers to control Lightroom in hopes of saving a few minutes when post processing images. I have been un-successful due to the complexity or cost. As I was searching around today for solutions I found an iPad driven model named LRPad. Below I will take you through some of the features and see how it can fit into your workflow!
Myself and many other photographers utilize Lightroom CC as their method of previewing and ordering photos with clients. I will go more in depth in how I utilize lightroom in all aspects of my workflow in another post. Today I wanted to share how you can customize the splash screen for Lightroom so they match your brand!