Call for Entries! : The Documentary Project Fund
May 3, 2016  Author:   (1)

Foreword by RMSP: We’re excited to share a great opportunity for documentary photographers! The Documentary Project Fund (a non-profit run by one of our instructors, Lynn Hoffman-Brouse, is calling for entries to win monetary awards for documentary projects. See below.       TheDocumentaryProjectFund, a 501(c)(3) dedicated to improving communities through photography, would like to […]

RMSP NEWS, RMSP STAFF
Q&A: Wyoming Wedding Photographer Hannah Hardaway
April 12, 2016  Author:   (0)

There’s something really interesting about Hannah Hardaway, and that is her passion. She is passionate about everything from her wedding photography business in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to her love of skiing (she was an Olympic skier!), traveling, and living a great life. We asked her a few questions about her life, her business, the transition […]

CAREER TRAINING, INSPIRATION, Q&AS, RMSP EXPERIENCE, STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Post 9/11 GI Bill Benefits for Photography School
April 4, 2016  Author:   (0)

Are you a veteran (or spouse or dependent of a veteran) who qualifies for the Post 9/11 G.I. Bill? Are you interested in receiving professional training in photography? Did you know that our Career Training program is approved for GI Bill benefits? Curious? Read on! Rocky Mountain School of Photography has been working with the Veterans […]

CAREER TRAINING, RMSP EXPERIENCE, RMSP NEWS
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
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 Nashville, TN!
January 22, 2016  Author:   (1)

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
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
10 Places to Photograph in Houston, TX!
January 5, 2016  Author:   (0)

RMSP will be in Houston on January 30th and 31st 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 little e-scouting from Montana […]

INSPIRATION, PHOTO WEEKEND
New Year’s Resolutions: 8 Ideas To Get Us Started!
December 31, 2015  Author:   (3)

Are you ready to set some new goals for your photography this year? Here are 8 tips to get you inspired and ready to shoot!

INSPIRATION, RMSP NEWS, RMSP STAFF, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
Summer Intensive 2015 … Revisited!
November 13, 2015  Author:  

Since it’s nearly winter in the Northern Hemisphere of Planet Earth, what better timing could it be to cast a forward glimpse to next summer by looking backward; Back to the Future, anyone?! In our own unique way of doing so, we’ve compiled all of our week-by-week recaps of Summer Intensive 2015 into this one […]

CAREER TRAINING, RMSP EXPERIENCE, RMSP NEWS
The Crop Factor Explained
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Teaching in the Career Training, Workshops and Photo Weekends programs for RMSP I get a lot of questions. (Bring ‘em on, I love questions!)  One equipment-related topic seems to be more of a stumbling block for new photographers than any other.  At some point we’re all told that our lenses are going to perform differently […]

EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE, INSTRUCTORS
The Magic of Light Painting
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What is Light Painting? The word photography means to draw or paint with light. When I first began studying photography, I was told that along with composition, the study of light would be a lifelong endeavor. Over the years, I’ve found this to be an absolute truth. I have also found that light painting is […]

INSPIRATION, INSTRUCTORS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
5 Tips For Great Holiday Family Photos!
November 9, 2015  Author:  

‘Tis the season for holiday family photos.  As with wedding photography and senior photography, there is typically a season where a photographer will do most of their family portraits.  That season usually starts when the leaves on the trees go all-out beautiful, especially in the northern seasonal climates we’re accustomed to.  The end of this […]

GUEST POST, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
Keywording and Searching for Images in Lightroom
October 19, 2015  Author:  

Many people struggle with sorting and organizing their images on the computers. Using keywords can make this process quick and easy. In this video, Forest Chaput de Saintonge walks through the keywording process and shows you how to add searchable keywords to your images. He then shows how you can use these keywords to search […]

INSTRUCTORS, LIGHTROOM TUTORIALS, RMSP NEWS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES
How To Import Images in Lightroom 6.2
October 13, 2015  Author:   (1)

Did the recent upgrade to Adobe Lightroom 6.2 throw you a curve ball when you went to import your images? Don’t panic. You’re not alone. While things do look a bit different and might cause you to scratch your head for a second or two, the import functionality is largely the same. In this Lightroom […]

INSTRUCTORS, LIGHTROOM TUTORIALS, RMSP NEWS, TIPS & TECHNIQUES