My work was recently published in Digital Photo Magazine as part of a larger article on portraits. Katherine Cheng is the model and you can see two other variations of my chiaroscuro portraits of her here and here. This will give you a good idea of how differently one person can look in three portraits taken in one session. Continue reading
I work out of a secure and centrally-located studio in San Francisco’s Design District as part of a collective of artist and developer stalls called Code and Canvas. We are a stone’s throw away from Creative Live, Left Space Studios, KQED, Anchor Steam Brewery, and on the map for SF Open Studios.
A very exciting development is taking place in our building: over 14,500 square feet is opening up for technical creatives including engineering designers, graphic designers, digital photographers, architects, potters, print makers, 3D printers, jewelry makers, clothing designers, and more! Affordable work space for creatives is very hard to come by in San Francisco. See the details below about the space and who to contact for more info. Continue reading
How many can say their day job matches their passion in life? You can count San Francisco-based freelance photographer Alexandria Huff—or Alex—as one of these lucky people. By day, she works at a cool e-commerce camera gear startup,BorrowLenses.com. Outside office hours, she’s also a freelance portrait photographer, lighting workshop educator, and a 500px ISO writer…Read the rest on 500 ISO.
Alexandria Huff’s Dreamy Gatsby tutorial makes it into Digital Camera World’s online and print selection for July 2014 tutorials…Read the rest on Digital Camera World.
In episode 15, RC explains the often overlooked feature of flash zoom settings and gives a shout out to photographer Alexandria Huff. Matt interviews special guest Tamara Lackey as she gives tips on interacting with children when you take pictures. Joel Grimes explains a trick to adding megapixel resolution to your photos.
Alexandria Huff makes 2 of the top 10 blog posts for 500px in 2013.
“We have chosen the tutorials to this top ten list based on your views and comments. Please enjoy the recap of what we have learned in 2013 and stay tuned for many more tutorials shared this year on our blog…” Read the rest on 500px.