Let's talk about representation It's no huge secret that I have been working on putting together a small e-commerce store as a platform and income stream to support my photography.…
My friend Dani asked me for a photography session before Valentine's Day at her place, south of Boston. I suggested making it a boudoir styled shoot because boudoir and Valentine's Day go hand in hand for three reasons...
Copyright infringement is one of multiple reasons why I will never support Spirit Tribe NYC, Native Noise Festival, Into the Wild Festival, or any events associated with Spirit Tribe.
I joined the Pufferdome, Echo Mecca, Liquid Hologram, and Artemis at Starwood, a Pagan festival held annually in Pomeroy, OH, for my first time. All of us in the festival scene can learn a lot about PLUR, consent, respect, and responsible debauchery from Pagans; after all, they have been partying in the woods for millenia.
Fire fans and palm torches are among the best fire props to help create the most portrait-like images of fire performers. Here are some effective tips to improve photography of fire fan performers.
Fire breathing is a spectacular, crowd pleasing art. Want to know out what the best camera settings are to photograph fire breathers? Here are some tips from an experienced fire performer photographer.
Looking for the best camera settings to use when photographing fire performers? I’ll give you a hint. There aren’t any. Read on to see what I mean.
Adrian Feliciano’s photography was featured in an article written by Christopher Gallagher for LiveMusicNewsAndReview.com reviewing “Manifest Entertainment and The Reliquarium Present Duality.” Check it out!
A behind the scenes look at how to light an on-location headshot portrait using manual speedlights, with Hanna Shansky, LMT at her Brookline, MA studio.
Ever try to coordinate a simultaneous group fire-breath from across a parking lot? Q - How To Photograph Fire Performers? A - Get bored. It's okay. In Part One of…