Photo Blog Maple Ridge BC Canada

In writing a photo blog, just like in photography, finding your inspiration is the first step to a successful project. If you don’t have inspiration off the top of your head, then you’ll need to search for it. But where? Follow some major photography blogs like ours. Subscribe to your favorite photographers on Facebook and Instagram, like us! Browse some large scale photography magazines… and simply open your eyes and look around, inspiration is everywhere!
Once your creative blogger juices are flowing, stream them to the right direction with the following list of possible topics:

    A new photography technique you experimented with.

    An exceptional event or photoshoot you were part of.

    “Behind the lens” – a description of your day as a photographer.

    A photo report from a recent trip you’ve been on.

    Your story of how you decided to become a photographer.

    A list of photographers that inspire you.

    Interesting clients that you’ve worked with.

    The funniest things that happened to you at work.

    The magical moment you’ve always dreamed of capturing.

    The pros and cons of being a photographer.

    A personal photography project you’ve just completed.

    A digest of recent photography news (a new camera release, an inspiring photoshoot, and so on).

    Your personal hacks that will make any fellow photo bloggers day.

Truth is, we could go on and on – the options for blog content and blogging are practically endless. As they say, appetite comes with eating. The more you read and write, the more inspired you will be to come up with original topics for your photography blog. Just pair it with a catchy title and you got yourself a hit.


The most successful portraits take us well beyond the surface of how someone looks and show us the inner essence of who someone is. They reveal character, soul, and depth.

They uncover hidden hopes and inner strength, revealing that authentic and deeply human light that shines within. And while technical expertise is undoubtedly important, it’s not the technique, lighting, camera, or pose that creates a great portrait. It’s you, and it’s the connection you create with the subject that makes the image come to life.

Tips & Tricks Suggestions Using Computer Programs : 1. Exposure This tool adjusts the over all brightness of the photo. Exposure is a great place to establish a base line tone for your photo before you begin to make more specific edits. 2. Contrast Control the relationship between the bright and dark areas in your picture with this tool. A low contrast will make the two look closer, where a higher contrast will separate the light and dark areas while maintaining a ratio between them. 3. Highlights Highlights only affects the light parts of your photo, while leaving the darker areas untouched. Here you can make the light areas stand out more vividly. 4. Shadows The exact opposite of Highlights, the Shadows slider will only affect the dark areas in your photos. This is a great tool to use shadows to create a more dynamic photo. 5. Whites A step above highlights. The Whites slider only affects the highest spectrum of light colors, meaning you can affect only the brightest portions of your picture.

6. Blacks The most true-to-name slider of the bunch. This only affects the blacks in your image. This is a good place to experiment adding some black if there isn’t any in the properties of your photo. Creating some black can add a greater richness and depth. 7. Clarity The clarity slider manipulates the detail contrast in an image by affecting the different textures. This is different from the color based Contrast option previously, so have fun experimenting. 8. Hue/Saturation The Hue/Saturation adjustment impacts different colors in your image equally. Be careful using this tool as adjusting everything together can make already colorful sections of the entire image overpowering or unbelievable. 9. Vibrance This tool only affects the areas of an image which are not very colorful, to begin with. This is a great tool to make all the colors in your images pop out without making the photo look unbalanced. After playing with these settings, you can cancel the changes or click ok to save. In this way, the adjustments panel is a great way for non-destructive editing. Take the time to study these image adjustments and set yourself up for creating great photos.

Event photography is the practice of photographing guests and occurrences at any Event or occasion where one may hire a photographer to attend.

In an ever-changing world, Titans Lens Event Photographers ensure we stay ahead, to give you the edge at your events, or commercial/corporate activities.

We utilize ever-evolving technologies that give the best, quickest results. Whether that investment is in software, hardware or concepts, we will work with you to showcase your projects or company in the best way to your audience

We use the latest ideas and concepts to bring fun, engaging photography services to your event.

Whether its a party in your house or a large-scale public event, Titans Lens can provide the service, expertise, and fun to make your event even more successful.

We aim to make every event memorable to our clients. We provide concepts and great photography to ensure you make the most of this event opportunity.

Photographers impel spectators into a dynamic head-turning environment inspired by a truly unique itinerary; people.

Although each person has a unique vision of surroundings, the photographer uses both tenacity and technology to contribute a new paradigm.

Whether the photographer displays his work in a gallery or online, the customized touches of a photographer makes the difference between a work of art and a mediocre family keepsake.