We have so much amazing technology available to us in our digital lifestyle but there are still some parts of our lives that deserve to be brought "offline." I still believe that photography is best appreciated and enjoyed only once it is printed, and it's a lost art that we are moving away from. We need to bring it back.
Bryan Caporicci, a wedding and portrait photographer based out of the Niagara Region taps into the emotion, chaos and excitement through the lens of his camera and uncanny eye for beauty. <br> <br> Driven by a more classic approach to digital photography, Caporicci believes in preserving the antiquity of how we view pictures. He believes that a photograph has an incredible value once it is printed and it is in our hands. With seven years of experience behind the camera, Bryan is the youngest photographer in Canada <br> to receive his Craftsman of Photographic Arts by the PPOC. <br> <br> At the top of the local professional photography industry, Bryan is now the chair of the Hamilton/Niagara branch of Professional Photographers of Canada.
Our eyes are pretty amazing -- we can see a lot of light and a lot of darkness all at the same time. Cameras aren't the same way, unfortunately. A common scenario that we're faced with when photographing indoors is using windows in our pictures. Here are some tips for proper exposure in this situation.
09/27/2012 05:03 EDT
Pictures help us share our experiences with others, help us tell stories and allow us to remember where we were at a specific point in our lives. Like any tool though, the camera only does what you tell it to do. To get you started, here are five tips to get you started and to help you take better pictures today.
09/20/2012 05:16 EDT
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