"So, tell me again," he said, "exactly what do you do?" You would think that as many times as I am asked what I'd do, I'd have a definitive answer. I do. More or less. Or, well, never mind. Yes, well, there should be world peace too and no child should ever go to bed hungry. But the world - life - isn't just. And
So, as hard to believe as it is, this is 2018. NyghtVision Magazine is entering it's eighth year of publication. Amazing. When I look back at our first few years, NyghtVision has grown immensely. We started out using Photoshop to layout the magazine, and that eventually gave way to InDesign. That change, in turn, prompted exponential growth. Thee design was the only change. The original
You know what they say about first impressions. It's just as true in a magazine or brochure, and when significant capital is on the line the difference between a passable shot and a truly emotional one can't be understated.
Eye of Commercial Photography by Brian Watkins Anyone who's sold property before can tell you that presentation is everything. A carpet stain can sully an otherwise great impression, and a dull-looking room prevents a feeling of connection. But getting this right involves some careful thought, and is the core of commercial photography. Everything from the angle of the shot to the light balance plays