Meet Charlie Su, the artistic mind behind clay’s Photography column! Though you can find this junior in Taipei, Taiwan, you can also meet up with him in a whopping eight classes this year, including English 3 Literature Analysis and Composition, French 4, and Western Civilization, among many others. Charlie admits […]
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Meet Samuel Kleis, clay’s 2019-2020 Photography columnist! Sam is a sixteen-year-old junior entering his fourth year of TPS but his first year of full-time online school. His great passion in life is storytelling. To quote, he enjoys “virtually any form of storytelling medium.” He dreams of changing the life of […]
Have you ever been in a creative slump with your photography? Ever felt as if your camera just can’t see things the way you do, or like you simply can’t find any new angles or original ideas? There are plenty of strategies to help a photographer climb out from under […]
As a photographer and business owner, I am asked a lot about editing. Will you give me the unedited files from my session? Isn’t the only reason for editing to cover up bad photography? Do you remove acne and flyaways? What programs and presets do you use?