As a photographer, no book, person, manual or website can teach you everything you need to know. Persistence, patience and experience shooting are the best things you can do to improve your photo skills. The more you shoot, the more comfortable and familiar you'll become with your equipment and point of view. That being said, I think your greatest resource for inspiration is the work of photographers you admire.
This week we have the distinct pleasure of welcoming a wonderful food, travel and lifestyle photographer to Super Photo Magic School. I've long admired the photography of Danielle Tsi. Her award-winning blog, Beyond the Plate, focus... Read Post
As I set out for an adventure to Italy this morning, I'm thinking a lot about how I shoot on the move. For me, photographing what's in front of me really makes me digest what I'm looking at. It's the ultimate vehicle for staying pre... Read Post
Here are my four favorite photo books to get you inspired for the holiday gift giving. Each of these unique titles will appeal to a different type of photographer friend/family member (or you!). We've got a book for the person who l... Read Post