As you know, light is a photographer's best friend. It can take a mundane photo to extraordinary. Knowing how to manipulate it is a must to stand out above the crowd. If you look at JoJo's work, you'll quickly see she plays with light like no other. It doesn't matter if she's shooting a session indoors or chasing kids outside, she manages to find pockets of light that then leads to creative plays on highlights and shadows. So when we spotted this photo from her, we just

Professional photography gear costs thousands of dollars but don't fret, you can take stunning pictures by spending only a fraction of the cost. For the month of September, we will be sharing some cool photography hacks so if you have the time and the patience, then these simple DIY hacks can achieve awesome results with very little to no money spent. Shooting With A Prism: Supplies: 1. A camera. 2. A triangular prism. A rainbow appears when the light gets split up into its 7 different colors:

"Dream, struggle, create, prevail. Be daring. Be brave. Be loving. Be compassionate. Be strong. Be brilliant. Be beautiful." -Caterina Fake Tricia Bovey | Canon 5D, Canon 50mm 1.4, 1/320, f3.2, ISO 160 Hannah Terry of Hey Jewel Imaging | Canon 5D Mark II, Sigma Art 35mm, 1/400, f2.2, ISO 1000 Heather Eijzenga of Little Bird Photography | Canon 5D Mark IV, Sigma 50mm, 1/2000, f2.8, ISO 100 Kristina Gorokhova | Canon 6D, 24-70mm, 1/500, f3.2, ISO 8000 Wendy Bickis Photography | Nikon D750, 24mm Sigma Art, 1/800, f4.5, ISO 400 Tiffani Cascadden of Tiffani

Double exposure can produce powerful and extraordinary images. When done right, they create seamless incredible photos that tell a story. So when we discovered this beauty floating around on IG from Candy Kempsey, we immediately knew we needed to share more about it with our readers. In this installment of The Story Behind, Candy talks about the creative process of how this image came to be. IG Handle:. @candykempsey Where was this photo taken? Veterans Memorial Cemetery. How did the location add or hinder to your

Professional photography gear costs thousands of dollars but don't fret, you can take stunning pictures by spending only a fraction of the cost. For the month of September, we will be sharing some cool photography hacks so if you have the time and the patience, then these simple DIY hacks can achieve awesome results with very little to no money spent. Heart Shape Bokeh: Supplies: 1. A camera and a large aperture lens. 2. One sheet of black paperboard. 3. Scissors and tape. Steps: 1. Cut and

image via Christine Blaylock · Bad health care has killed more American artists than I could list here without my fingers falling off. · If you're looking for a reason to be cheerful, this is for you. · "I find pieces of myself in others, and in making them a part of my family tree, they are, indeed, a map. They are a map towards my truest and most best self. Being inspired by others makes me more… me." · Today, send one scary email. · Get crafty with your instant photos and make