Some time ago I took some photos of my nephew wearing the clothes I bought him in London. For the longest time I thought I had lost the files. I had only printed one picture and hung it on my mirror, looking at it everyday wondering “what did I do with the files?”. Today while … Read more
I gave my self a week to film, edit and post a completed movie scene. Tomorrow I’ll write about the making of, what I learned, and what this scene means. One thing I will share with you: I have chosen my audience and who I want to delight. I enjoy movies that are honest and … Read more
“Otherwise, the moment just… Passes you by…” A great line and conversation from My Best Friend’s Wedding. My mom was getting my nephew packed up and ready to go home. As I was kissing him good bye I took a mental picture in my memory. I decided to get my camera. When I returned my … Read more
People has often asked me if I will still work when I have children. Though this is a normal question to ask a young girl, I know they were asking because they know I love video editing. I tell them that I will put my child on my back like the moms in Africa and … Read more
Last week my friend’s husband emailed me and reminded me of an interview I did a year ago with him and his wife. He told me he had the money to pay for it and that he wanted to give it to his wife for Christmas. In my opinion, a personal video is the sweetest … Read more
the book he picked out to read all on his own., originally uploaded by Monica Briano. I ran and grabbed my camera. Moments like this I feel that every parent needs to be a photographer.
<<back to tutorial Archives My perspective of being a mom is stressful and overwhelming, but to my surprise that isn’t what I captured in this photo shoot. In fact this young mother came out very heroic. I found that my framing and position helped deliver this message. Here are some more Portrait tips: Managing Viewpoint: … Read more