• Dealing With Photographer’s Block By Jumpstarting Your Creativity

    Published Monday, February 27th, 2017

    Photographer’s block is unavoidable. At some point, we’re going to go through a phase where we’re either unmotivated to shoot or just don’t know what we should be shooting. It can be a tough slump to pull yourself out of too. Tough, but not impossible. Fortunately, there are few tricks and tips we can use to […]

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  • 4 Helpful Tips For Photographing Interiors

    Published Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

    Many photographers are looking at real estate photography as a potential photography business. The job of a real estate photographer can be a fun one. You get to spend your days visiting different buildings and homes to take photos. It’s fun, but still a lot of work! Each location is likely to be different, so […]

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  • 20 Photos Of Snow That Will Have You Get You Inspired To Shoot Outdoors This Winter

    Published Monday, February 6th, 2017

    I find most people either love the snow or hate it. I was never particularly a fan of cold weather myself, but these photos of winter snow sure make me question if I’m missing out on something. I love vibrant the colors become when photographed against bright white snow, it makes for a great visual […]

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  • 4 Travel Destinations Every Street Photographer Needs To Visit

    Published Monday, January 30th, 2017

    One of the great things about street photography is its accessibility. Street photographers are known to shoot in all kinds of shooting conditions, from excessive heat to rain showers. In fact, these are the times some of the best street shots are captured! That means, street photographers spend a significant amount of time out on […]

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  • What You Need To Know About White Balance

    Published Tuesday, January 24th, 2017

    White balance is a term that is often used in photography, but may be a little confusing to new photographers. Fortunately, it isn’t too difficult to learn. And even if you do mess it up the first few times, if you’re shooting in RAW, it’s easily correctable once you know what you’re looking at. We’ll […]

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  • Why Window Light Is The Only Light You Need

    Published Monday, January 16th, 2017

    As photographers, we should all be obsessed with light. We should be looking for it, at it, all the time. Training our eye to see it differently and our minds to understand how to manipulate it to make our photos even better. However, not all light is created equal. There’s nothing quite like a bright, […]

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  • How To Use Details For Stunning Wedding Photography

    Published Monday, January 2nd, 2017

    It’s really important to capture everything that you can during a wedding, and to do so at the highest possible quality. This is a once-in-a-lifetime event, and it’s up to you to create a stunning collection of images that tell the story of the day. One of the best ways to do this is to […]

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  • How to Shoot Documentary Style

    Published Monday, December 26th, 2016

    Being a documentary style photographer often means looking at things with a different eye to others it means capturing real life without any alterations, and that brings lots of challenges, such as setting up composition. It also means capturing the most meaningful moments, and knowing how to find them. If you want to go down […]

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  • How to Deal With The Heat of Summer Photoshoots

    Published Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

    When summer heat comes around, it’s easy to glory in the sunshine and forget about keeping safe. Photoshoots can be pretty hot and sweaty at the best of times, especially when you bring in lights or jump around. It’s so important that you take care of both your clients and yourself during the summer to […]

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  • 5 Myths About Photography You Should Stop Believing Right Now

    Published Monday, December 12th, 2016

    Myths. Every industry and hobby has them–the photography world is no exception. The problem is, we don’t know what we don’t know, which makes it easy to put faith in something that may not be all that accurate. That’s why I’ve compiled a list of five common myths beginner photographers frequently come to me with […]

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  • 4 Tips To Help You Tell Captivating Visual Stories With Your Photography

    Published Monday, December 5th, 2016

    Visual storytelling is not unlike making a movie–you need to create a series of shots that, when viewed as a series, conveys a story about the subject matter. As a still photographer, you lose the advantage of having spoken dialog. That means you may have to put in a little extra effort to make strong images […]

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  • Bokeh May Be Beautiful, But Don’t Write Off Narrow Apertures Just Yet! Here’s Why…

    Published Monday, November 28th, 2016

    In a world were lenses with giant apertures like f/1.2 are widely adored and declared some of the best lenses you can get your hands on, a lens’ narrow apertures often go underappreciated and, at times, even underutilized. While all the harsh criticisms a narrow aperture is subject to are not entirely unwarranted, there are […]

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  • How To Shoot The Perfect Silhouette

    Published Monday, November 21st, 2016

    Shooting silhouettes are great exercise for photographers because it requires them to take a slightly different approach to photographing and lighting a subject. It’s also handy for teaching composition rules and helping photographers understand the impact shape and form can make on a photo when given an adequate amount of attention to detail. Not to […]

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  • 20 Mind Bending Examples Of Surreal Photography To Jumpstart Your Creativity

    Published Monday, November 14th, 2016

    Surreal photography has been around for quite some time, with the first surreal photography exhibition dating all the way back to 1925 which featured the photography of Max Ernst, Pablo Picasso, Man Ray, and others. In modern times surrealism has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity thanks to advancements in camera technology and post processing techniques […]

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  • 5 Things Photographers Can Do To Help Portrait Subjects Relax In Front Of The Camera

    Published Monday, November 7th, 2016

    One of the most important skills portrait photographers can have actually has little to do with their camera. When it comes down to it, having the right people skills are pretty high priority. When shooting portraits the ability to make clients feel relaxed and comfortable in front of the camera will greatly increase the quality […]

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