Developing My Unique Photography Style

Developing My Unique Photography Style

3 Steps to Develop Your Own Unique Style Step 1: Determine what you want to do This step is very important because in order to build or develop a style you need to have a very clear understanding of what you want to deliver. For me, I decided to do studio lighting...
Wildlife Photography – Moose Charging

Wildlife Photography – Moose Charging

Moose charging – Reckless Wildlife Photographer I wasn’t planning on taking much picture for this trip with my brothers  and friends because I really just want to take a break and enjoy our time together. I still brought my camera with a 50mm lense in case...
Landscape Photography – GTNP

Landscape Photography – GTNP

Grand Tetons Landscape Photography Chasing angels or fleeing demons, go to the mountains.” – Jeffery Rasley These are a series of landscape image I took on my last trip to the Grand Teton National Park. I found that I especially love using a closer zoom...
Landscape/Wildlife Photography

Landscape/Wildlife Photography

Landscape/Wildlife photos from Island Park and YNP During my trip to Island Park and Yellowstone National Park for the workshop with Caryn Esplin. We had a lot of time to take some stunning images! We went to few stunning sunrise points as well as some sunset points....
Creating Cinemagraph in Photoshop

Creating Cinemagraph in Photoshop

Creating Cinemagraph with Photoshop Cinemagraph is simply a .gif image. In the photoshop, I used the video timeline function to find the desired cinemagraph loop and create a loop image. Then save it as a .gif image. This technique is very fun to play around...