Here is a little video I made showing you what I do when I shoot models. When I created FineArtNude.club I wanted it to be a website to look at beautiful girls and also learn about photography. Not only do I have tutorials up, but I also have BTS videos of all the shoots that I do.
Here you can see how I handle my camera, how I place my lights and also how I speak to the models.
It is very important to see the interaction I have with models in order to understand how to create a great repore with them. That energy will come through the photos. I invite you to come look around and check out some of my free content. I can assure you, not only that you will love the girls, but also learn something from it.
Become Ukraine’s Guardian Angel. My friends at Skylum need our help. Skylum is based in Ukraine. Currently, Ukraine is suffering greatly from the devastating Russian invasion. You can read more about Skylum’s next steps here. Despite everything, the Skylum team will continue working as best as they can. They’ve already released a new Luminar Neo 1.0.2 Update with more functionality and bug fixes!
By getting the new Luminar Neo, you can support Ukraine. 10% of all profits from the sale of Luminar Neo will go to humanitarian organizations that are helping Ukrainian people, including the Skylum team. This is how you can become Ukraine’s Guardian Angel.
You can also help by donating directly, spreading the news, or gifting your drone. Thank you for your support! Stand with Ukraine.
Naples Sunset. I went to the West Coast of Florida this past weekend to shoot the sunset. Naples to be exact. I haven’t been to Naples for a hot minute, and like always it never disappoints. The sunset is always epic over there, its rare when you get a bad one. I’m not sure if its the geographical location, but the sunsets are almost always epic.
I shot this with a 150-600 mm lens so I could get some compression. Meaning bring the sun forward making it look massive as much as I could. Sometimes I wish I had a 2x converter. Maybe is time to get one. If you are ever in South Florida, take a day to check out a Naples sunset. You will not be dissapointed.
I edited this photo with my Lightroom Presets. Pick up a copy, you wont regret it.
Are you interested in a private tour in Miami? I will take you to the most epic spots here so you can build your portfolio and learn the tricks of the trade. You can book it here.
Private Miami photography tours. Are you wondering what a good Miami photography tour entails? Well, you’ve come to the right place.
A Miami photography tour isn’t about bragging. It’s about having fun and learning about the city as you go along. It’s about discovering a city and capturing the images that you find most inspiring and exciting.
So when you’re taking a Miami Photography Tour with us, we’ll be doing what we love, and you’ll get to see some amazing sights. We’ve done photography tours all over the world and love sharing the experience of being immersed in an area.
Our team is passionate about all things Miami, and would love to share our love of the city with you through some awesome guided Miami photography tours.
If you’re a travel professional and want to see the best of the best in Miami, you’re in the right place. Let our team of professional photographers show you some of the coolest spots around, and give you the tools to do so on your own. We can’t wait to be your personal guides on our guided Miami photography tours.
It’s time to explore South Florida with a professional photography tour! Traveling through this region of the world has opened up so many different photographic possibilities. We’ll take you to places you can see and photograph.
Private Miami photography tours
Our Miami photography tours are completely private meaning its only (and a friend if you bring one). No strangers along the way.
We only explore the most picturesque areas around Miami Beach, downtown Miami, and anywhere that makes for a great photo, we are constantly adding new locations to photograph as we also love expanding our portfolio.
We take care of every aspect of your itinerary, providing the best experience possible. You don’t have to worry about anything, because we take care of everything so you can enjoy the beautiful sights of this wonderful city without a worry in the world.
Now that you know what we offer and what you can expect from us, let’s talk about pricing.
Our tour prices range from $250 for our Miami night photography tours, to $400 per person for our Miami Sunset and Night photography tour. We also have extra tripods for our photographers to use at no extra cost.
If you’re wondering how much time it takes to complete each of our Miami photography tours, the average time is approximately 3 hours per tour. The most time you’ll need to spend on a Miami photography 3 hours, and believe me thats plenty of time for us to get photograph the most epic spots in the city.
Private Miami photography tours
We’re here to help. Our team is very experienced and knowledgeable, and we’re thrilled to have the chance to show you around this amazing city. And you’re in for a treat because we know every neighborhood in Miami like the back of our hands.
We’ve been doing Miami Photography Tours for years and know the city like the back of our hand, so you can trust us to guide you through all the best and most interesting parts of the city and make the most of your time there.
Miami photography tours
So if you’re looking for some great Miami photography tours and are in need of a good local photographer, look no further. Check out our website and book a tour with us!
Panama city lights. One of the greatest rewards about traveling is being able to explore the places you visit. I actually shot this from a rooftop bar at El Casco Viejo in Panama City while enjoying a nice cold beer. I set my camera on the table and waited for traffic to pass by so I could get the light streaks you see at the bottom of the photo. You can actually book a place to stay here. This is the spot.
I edited this photo with my Lightroom Presets.
Chasing the light. My endless quest to catch the perfect sunset never ends. As I walk along the shoreline and look up at the sky, the colors pull me in. As the light changes, I start to look around desperately to find a composition, this particular spot had a dingy tied to the rocks at the bottom of the sea, I had to use it as my main focal point before it disappeared into the night.
I edited this photo with my Lightroom Presets, download them, and give them a try. They are the best-selling presets on the internet for 5 years in a row.
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I do private Photo tours in Miami. If you are interested, you can arrange it here or use my contact page to get in touch.