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Lighting Options For Your Studio

The Little Things To Get For Your Studio

A Word On Personal Projects

The Importance Of A Good MUAH

3 Things You Don’t need As A Beginning Photographer

Within the first 3 years of my photography journey I’ve wasted thousands of dollars on useless bullshit. I’m writing this for all you fine folks who are still within the first few steps of your career in photography, and trying to figure out what to spend your hard earned money on to get you to the next level. Here is a list of the things you can really do without especially at the start of your career:

My first image that made me think I can be a photographer (May 20, 2000 in Madrid, Spain)


My Favorite Studio Lighting Setup

Written by Ashton Boni

Don’t Be Like Me

When I first bought my two Canon 5D MarkII I thought to myself, “I don’t need this video function!” Fast forward a few years and here I am editing video footage of my first music video project. I truly enjoy shooting, and editing video! It’s wonderful to add another skill set. Yes, it’s different from photography, but light, planning, composition, and story telling is the same. Since I already view movies as a great source of inspiration I guess it’s make sense to give video a go. So don’t be like me, and poo poo video. You never know, you might find another thing to fall in love with. Follow Ghost Parade on Facebook

Ghost Parade – Reach

Photography Tip: Getting The Best From Your Model

A Word On Location Scouting

A bat cave in El Nido Palawan, Philippines. My all time favorite location

My personal Olympics Moments