10 Places to Photograph in Spokane, WA
March 7, 2016  Author:   (1)

RMSP will be in Spokane on April 2nd and 3rd as part of our 2016 Weekend Intensive program. After a day or two spent learning how to improve your photography skills, there’s nothing more exciting than heading out to put those skills to the test. We thought it would be a fun idea to do […]

PHOTO WEEKEND
Q&A: James Kao’s Career Training Experience
March 4, 2016  Author:   (0)

Los Angeles photographer James Richard Kao (pronounced like ‘toe’ with a K) is a 2012 graduate of our Career Training program. Prior to joining us in Missoula, his professional career was in landscape architecture, urban and city planning. After nearly two decades in the field, James followed his heart to pursue a new career in […]

CAREER TRAINING, INSPIRATION, RMSP NEWS, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Q&A: The life of a freelance photographer and assistant, Dan Doran
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We asked Dan Doran a few questions about his freelance career, and want to share them with you! Dan is a 2008 graduate of our Summer Intensive course. He returned to RMSP a couple of years later to work as an assistant throughout the program for two years in a row. Dan has been working in the freelance […]

CAREER TRAINING, INSPIRATION, Q&AS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
California Dreamin’ with a Canon 100-400mm II Lens – Guest Article by Steve Russell
March 3, 2016  Author:   (1)

This is neither a paid product endorsement nor a comparison between Canon’s 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM lens and other telephoto lenses with similar focal ranges, such as Tamron’s and Sigma’s 150-600mm and Nikon’s 80-400mm lenses. This is, however, a firsthand testament as to the versatility of Canon’s version, which I happen to own. And […]

EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE, GUEST POST, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
10 Places to Photograph in Minneapolis, MN
March 1, 2016  Author:   (2)

RMSP will be in Minneapolis on March 19th and 20th as part of our 2016 Weekend Intensive program. After a day or two spent learning how to improve your photography skills, there’s nothing more exciting than heading out to put those skills to the test. We thought it would be a fun idea to do […]

PHOTO WEEKEND
5 Tips for Maximizing the Natural Light You’re In
February 26, 2016  Author:   (0)

Article written and all photos created by Crystal Rose Smith. All Rights Reserved. The most important part of a photograph, for me, is light. Every element of a photo plays its role–the subject, the location, even the editing–but I passionately believe that lighting controls the mood of the photo. Light accentuates the subject, and we, […]

CAREER TRAINING, GUEST POST, INSPIRATION, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
10 Places to Photograph in Bozeman, MT
February 22, 2016  Author:   (0)

RMSP will be in Bozeman on March 5th and 6th as part of our 2016 Weekend Intensive program. After a day or two spent learning how to improve your photography skills, there’s nothing more exciting than heading out to put those skills to the test. We thought it would be helpful to share some of […]

INSPIRATION, PHOTO WEEKEND
10 Places to Photograph in Virginia Beach, VA
February 15, 2016  Author:   (0)

RMSP will be in Virginia Beach on March 5th and 6th as part of our 2016 Weekend Intensive program. After a day or two spent learning how to improve your photography skills, there’s nothing more exciting than heading out to put those skills to the test. We thought it would be a fun idea to do a […]

PHOTO WEEKEND
Expert Advice: Website Dos and Don’ts
February 12, 2016  Author:   (0)

Written by: Samantha McCafferty/Wonderful Machine Here at Wonderful Machine we tend to spend a lot of time looking at photographers’ portfolio websites. The web is constantly changing and what was standard a few years ago is now ancient history. As such, we’ve gone ahead and revamped our old Website Dos and Don’ts article. So here […]

RMSP NEWS
Three Tips for Photographic Storytelling
February 8, 2016  Author:   (5)

I’m a visual person. I would rather see something than be told about it. Storytelling with my images seems only natural at this point in my life. It is one of my absolute favorite things to do. Forget the business side of photography, the post processing, and all the rules. When I am standing in […]

GUEST POST, INSPIRATION, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
10 Places to Photograph in Kalispell, MT
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  RMSP will be in Kalispell on February 27th and 28th as part of our 2016 Weekend Intensive program. After a day or two spent learning how to improve your photography skills, there’s nothing more exciting than heading out to put those skills to the test. We thought it would be a fun idea to […]

PHOTO WEEKEND
The Birds of the Bosque – Guest Article by Steve Russell
January 25, 2016  Author:   (0)

According to Wikipedia a bosque (“boss-key”) is an area of green vegetation near water sources in arid or semi-arid climates (think “oasis”). The most notable bosque in North America is a 200-mile stretch along the Rio Grande River in New Mexico. Not coincidentally, it is a common stop-over for sandhill cranes and snow geese in […]

GUEST POST, RMSP NEWS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
10 Places to Photograph in Nashville, TN!
January 22, 2016  Author:   (0)

RMSP will be in Nashville on February 20th and 21st as part of our 2016 Weekend Intensive program. After a day or two spent learning how to improve your photography skills, there’s nothing more exciting than heading out to put those skills to the test. We thought it would be a fun idea to do a […]

PHOTO WEEKEND, RMSP NEWS
Expert Advice: How to Build Your Web Presence
January 18, 2016  Author:   (0)

By: Alex Rudinski Years ago, simply having a good website was enough for a photographer. Updating your site once every year was okay, and it basically existed as a digital version of your print portfolio. It was not the primary way that potential clients evaluated you. Today, it’s a vastly different landscape. You’re no longer […]

GUEST POST, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
Q&A with Mike Tittel: Sports, Fitness, Lifestyle Photography
January 15, 2016  Author:   (0)

We asked Mike Tittel a few questions about his career, and want to share them with you! Mike is a good friend, a 1999 graduate of our Summer Intensive program, and a sports, fitness, and lifestyle photographer who teaches an Adventure and Lifestyle Photography Professional Studies course for our Career Training students in the fall. He has […]

INSPIRATION, INSTRUCTORS, Q&AS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES