Print competition season is in full swing across the great land for those professional photographers that are members of The Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and the state and local organizations that are affiliated with PPA. There can be some confusion about what print competition is really about and I hope to share some light on it from my point of view.
Continue reading Improving My Photographic Craft through Print Competition
One of the great things about photography for me is the opportunity to share what I’ve learned through the hundreds of thousands, maybe even millions of mistakes I’ve made along the way with other photographers. The Professional Photographers of America has an educational series called SuperOne Day that I’m super excited to be participating in again this spring with my friend and colleague Diane Costello.
Continue reading What’s old is new again! Film a great portrait tool!
It’s hard to believe that we’re almost a quarter of the way through 2017 and that I haven’t posted content in a very long time. That all changes now as now I have many more items of interest to write about.
Continue reading Fine Art Portraiture on Film
It’s been quite sometime since I’ve taken time to write on my blog and quite a lot has happened since last post in November 2015! First I hope this finds everyone well and that life is good for them. I know it’s pretty darn great for me.
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This months issue of “Professional Photographer” magazine marks a major milestone for me professionally. They published a 5 page article on me and the unexpected education I’ve found through my involvement with Professional Photographers of America certification process and their “See the Difference” campaign.
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I’m not sure when the studio portrait ran into having a bad rap, but I’m here to tell you they are alive and kicking with Pete Rezac Photography. The temperature is always perfect, it never rains, the winds are calm unless we turn on a fan. Essentially, environmentally speaking it’s the best possible situation!
Continue reading Studio portraits are not dead
Ah my favorite time of year is almost upon us. I saw my first katydid leaf bug this afternoon and took a picture of it. I showed the picture of it to a friend of ours who teaches High School Biology and she told me to mark it on the calendar as the sighting of a katydid means 30 days until our first frost. That in turn reminded me that the busiest time of year for me is almost here: Fall Family Portraits!
Continue reading Fall Family Portraits