Deep Colors and Detailed Food Photography

Deep Colors and Detailed Food Photography

Learning to position food into a creative composite is a great skill add to your portfolio. Detail and color are my favorite elements when shooting food photography. Positioning the food is what can take some time. Because you want to get those creative angles to get...
Tips on Using Creative Elements

Tips on Using Creative Elements

All it takes are some creative elements to make a photo really unique and have a fun angle to it. It doesn’t take a lot of thought to make a photo exciting. The photos that are in this post are super simple but they have those elements that make them stand out....
I Think I’m Official Now!

I Think I’m Official Now!

Guess who has one of her prints up in the Spori Building at BYU-Idaho?? THIS GIRL DOES! Looking back 4 years ago to my first semester of college, I never would have guessed that one of my own photos would be hanging up in my favorite building. Back then I was an...
Using Textures in Photoshop

Using Textures in Photoshop

Learning to use textures can help bring your photo to the next level. When deciding which textures to do for which photo I looked for an element that I could find in a texture. For example the Frankenstein photo, he has his hands to his head because he’s...
Branding with Portraits

Branding with Portraits

Taking time to use a portrait shoot to take some great branding photos is always a good idea. You know what doors it might open. Showing the skill that you can take any photo and make it into a brand looks great in a portfolio. Find objects that the model is wearing...
I’ll Be There For You!

I’ll Be There For You!

When friends come together it is always a good time. I definitely had the Friends theme song stuck in my head while taking these photos. Group photos are so fun! Candid shots can tell a fun story especially when it’s with friends. With big groups like this, you...