I get intensely bored after shooting the same thing over and over again for awhile. Everyone does and has their own thing, but certain photographers have based their careers around…Read More

I feel like I’m a fairly decent Corporate Event Photographer, and the reason why, is because my photos aren’t more boring than what the internet would be if it was…Read More

Bill Murray’s over in Greenpoint, slinging questionably made Old Fashioneds, while Jack White’s down in Tennessee, processing 35mm 110, 120, or 220 film photography rolls. The difference between the two…Read More

Evidently some guy got down on one knee in Yosemite to propose to a girl standing atop two knees while some other guy (a photographer) and his friend, then took…Read More

Headshots, moreover in NYC, can be insanely expensive. Insanely is, of course, a relative word. What may be insanely expensive to one person is not so insanely expensive to another.…Read More

Is tough. Not really. It can be. Sorta. Usually there are free drinks (though I don’t typically drink anymore), well dressed people, and expensively manicured venue spaces. There’s glitz and…Read More

Event photography – after combing the internet through album after album of image noise and flat color, I’ve come to realized over the course of my travels (and there’s been…Read More

Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light. Helen Keller


There’s a huge number of things you can do to make your event photography look a little better. You can:
1. Get a better camera
2. Get a better lens
3. Grow resentful of the fact that I suggest you get better equipment and stop reading this article

I always think the opening moments of a party are the hardest, before everyone has had enough to drink. – Stephanie Clifford.

If you ask a photographer what field he or she views as the most competitive, fashion invariably almost always comes primarily to voice. This is followed by headshot photography, which is followed by product photography, trailed by pet photography, ensued by the subcategory of pet photography that is domesticated-turtle-photography, and lagged behind by ‘guy in a yellow sweater photography.’ There are a million different forms of photography and yet few people often cite one of the largest and most overlooked forms of it; event photography.