Featured top photographs of Comm 316, Spring 2021.
This spring I had an amazing opportunity to take a professional imaging class from Caryn Esplin. I learned many new techniques and explored many types of photography. I especially loved light painting and have utilized it in my real estate photography. I also found a new love for studio lighting.
Here are some of my top photos.
This black background shot was taken in a barn, without a black backdrop. Read my blog on ordinary spot, extraordinary shot, https://photobynatalienicole.com/oses-ordinary-spot-extraordinary-shot/
Yellowstone is known for its amazing wildlife and landscapes, which makes it a perfect location for photographers. Check out some other YNP wildlife and landscape photography on my blog, https://photobynatalienicole.com/stunning-professional-landscape-photography/
Styled shoots are great ways to get content, make friends with vendors and learn things from other photographers. These styled shoot shots were taken with various lighting set ups. From continuous lighting, to Godox lights, to natural lighting, this styled shoot photography is a great example of what to expect at a styled shoot. Read and learn about different lighting setups throughout this blog post about styled shoot photography.
While taking the BYU-Idaho course, Professional Imaging, I was able to dabble in a new niche, real estate photography. These photos were taken at The Riverfront Retreat in Island Park, Idaho. Read more about indoor real estate photography on my blog, https://photobynatalienicole.com/indoor-real-estate-photography/
From real estate, to product, to fun architecture, light painting is one of my favorite photography techniques. Read more on my blog post about outdoor light painting, https://photobynatalienicole.com/outdoor-light-painting/