Posts by Kevin Pepper

Kevin Pepper
Kevin is a photographer and educator based in Ontario, Canada. His first love is photographing nature, regardless of the season or weather condition; the Ontario landscape is his inspiration. But you will also see other styles of photography in his portfolio. From street photography to urban exploration of abandoned buildings and architecture, he loves to capture it all with his camera for his corporate clients and his growing personal portfolio. Kevin’s images have been featured in Canadian Nature Photographer, PHOTONews Canada, Photo Technique Magazine, The London Free Press, The Weather Network and National Geographic Online. He has also worked with clients such as the City of Cambridge, Olympus, GORE Mutual, TVO and African Lion Safari. Kevin also operates the “Photographers Lounge”. The Lounge is a teaching company created in 2011 and is dedicated to teaching amateur photographers through International and Canadian based workshops. In 2013, Kevin will be leading workshops in Iceland, Tofino, Tanzania, Venezuela and Provence, in addition to his workshops across North America.

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Photography Friday: 6 Tips for Photographing Mountains

Mountain ReflectionsA mountain looks completely different at the top than it does from at the bottom. You can look at a mountain a hundred times and realize that each perspective is unique, so you need to spend a lot of time exploring your options. Each will offer something different. The following are my best tips to help you get your best mountain photo. Read more »

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Photography Friday: Light Modifiers for Your Studio

Light ModifiersLearn all about light modifiers: the accessories that photographers use to help manipulate light in their studio. There are a few basic tools you can use to modify your light, no matter if you are using natural light, flash, strobes or constant lighting. I could get much more in-depth, but I figured we should look at the basics first to get you started! Read more »

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Photography Friday: How to Photograph an Air Show

How to Photograph an Air ShowAn air show brings back childhood fantasies of flying plastic planes and yearning to be that Top Gun pilot that seems invincible. That’s probably why you will see generations of families sitting on lawn chairs-- grandfathers, fathers and young boys-- all with a camera in hand, trying to recapture those childhood fantasies. As with any photographic genre, cameras for these types of events can be quite expensive. Just remember, it’s not always the gear that takes the great photo, it’s the space between your two ears that will make your photos better than the others. Read more »

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Photography Friday: Taking Great Photos in the Fog

Photographs in the FogBut be warned, fog is that one element that can either set the tone for a beautiful atmosphere in your photos, or that can very easily make your photos look white washed and dull-- void of color and without definition. Explore the varying types of fog that you will encounter out on a photo shoot, and learn how to work with them for great photos. Read more »

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10 Winter Photography Tips: Never Too Early to Prepare

Winter Photography TipsLearn how to keep your pictures great, your gear safe, and your tushy warm. This post will give you some tips on taking photographs in the winter (tips based largely on my own personal experiences of taking really bad winter photographs). Even if you are not a diehard photographer, these tips can help ensure that you're ready to grab that photographic opportunity when you see it. Read more »


Photography Friday: Studio Lighting Kits for Your Home Studio

Home Studio Lighting KitsNot too long ago studio lighting was really only for the professional photographer, or an enthusiast with lots of disposable cash. Today however, with a wide range of kits that are available on the market, enthusiasts are able to create home studios easier than it has ever been. Let's take a look at some lighting options! Read more »

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How to Set Up a Home Photography Studio

Home Photography StudioSetting up a home photography studio can be extremely beneficial to any photographer. Whether you’re a professional portrait photographer or an amateur photographer just starting to get into studio lighting, a home studio gives you a place to work and learn new things without putting the added cost of studio rental into your bank account. Here are some tips for getting started! Read more »