Finding Your Photography Path in 2019 - A Thoughtful Guide
Finding Your Photography Path in 2019 - A Thoughtful Guide
By Chris Corradino on December 6th, 2018

We are in the midst of another massive shift in the photo industry with cameras becoming more affordable, and cutting edge features such as built-in Wifi, and clean ISOs up…

The 2 Biggest Fears of Photographers
The 2 Biggest Fears of Photographers
By Michelle Ecker on August 2nd, 2018

In any profession, it’s really nerve-wracking to dive into a new career. And in the creative industry, these nerves are often even stronger. So many photography enthusiasts would love nothing…

5 Reasons Your Phone Can’t Compete with a Real Camera
5 Reasons Your Phone Can’t Compete with a Real Camera
By Chris Corradino on July 20th, 2018

The excitement of the World Cup has gripped fans around the world with shocking upsets and thrilling victories. Not a day passes that we don't see powerful soccer images from…

3 Food Photography Hacks
3 Food Photography Hacks
By Michelle Ecker on May 1st, 2018

Many photographers roll their eyes at the food photography trend but in truth, quality plating and meal presentation is an art form for many chefs, and it can be fun…

This NYIP Grad’s Eclipse Photo Went Viral Overnight
This NYIP Grad’s Eclipse Photo Went Viral Overnight
By Michelle Ecker on August 23rd, 2017

One of the most rewarding aspects of working or studying at the New York Institute of Photography is the worldwide community of photographers you’re able to join. Especially during events…

The Most Common Photography Mistakes
The Most Common Photography Mistakes
By Michelle Ecker on July 19th, 2017

Are you guilty of some of the most common mistakes made by photographers? Time to quiz yourself:The Gear- Are your batteries charged? We can’t think of something more frustrating than…

Tips for Intentional Motion Blur
Tips for Intentional Motion Blur
By NYIP Mentors on July 12th, 2017

Although in photography blurriness is often viewed as a mistake, there is an interesting and creative way to intentionally capture motion blurs in your images. By experimenting with shutter speed,…

Are You a Rude Photographer?
Are You a Rude Photographer?
By NYIP Mentors on July 6th, 2017

From concerts and baseball games to barbeques and beach days, we bet you’ll be spending plenty of time at snapshot worthy events this summer. But when you bring your camera…

Fall Photo Tips
Fall Photo Tips
By NYIP Staff on September 17th, 2015

Here are some fall photo tips that will help you better capture the essence of the season. Even if you're in another latitude and your climate is considerably different from…

Seven Tips for Runway Photographers
Seven Tips for Runway Photographers
By Ted Fisher on September 15th, 2015

Here are some tips on photographing fashion shows from NYI Student Advisors Ted Fisher and Rachel Neville.1. Study the FieldIn discussing photographing fashion shows with Ben, we took a look…