• Free Vintage Mono Lightroom Preset

    Published Monday, June 15th, 2015

    Free Vintage Mono Lightroom Preset

    This free Lightroom preset, called “Aged Print” will give your photos a beautiful aged black & white effect. The preset is a free sample from our set of 20 Vintage Mono Lightroom Presets. These presets are very useful for getting awesome monochromatic conversions with a nice vintage touch.

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  • 11 Must-Have Newborn Photos

    Published Monday, June 8th, 2015

    11 Must-Have Newborn Photos

    Every parent wants to have pictures of their new baby. In the first few days and weeks a baby changes quickly and their is only a small window of time to capture the newborn stage. If you offer newborn photography services there are plenty of possibilities for getting photos that your clients will love. In this post we’ll highly 11 different photos that can serve as the foundation of your newborn sessions.

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  • Free Vintage Film Lightroom Preset

    Published Friday, June 5th, 2015

    Free Vintage Film Lightroom Preset

    With this Lightroom preset, called “Aged Sepia”, you can give your photos a nice vintage effect that is inspired by vintage film. This preset is a free sample from our set of 30 Vintage Film Lightroom Presets. If you like an elegant vintage look that brings back memories of the days of film, this is the set for you.

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  • Free Film-Inspired Lightroom Preset

    Published Friday, June 5th, 2015

    Free Film-Inspired Lightroom Preset

    This free Lightroom preset will give your photos a film-inspired look. The preset is a free sample from our set of 30 Film-Inspired Lightroom Presets. If you like the classic film look you’ll want to give this free preset a try and check out the full set. These presets work very well with a wide variety of photos, ranging from landscapes to portraits.

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  • 35 Amazing Double Exposures

    Published Monday, June 1st, 2015

    35 Amazing Double Exposures

    If you’re looking for a way to capture some unique and interesting photos, double exposures are a great option. Most digital cameras make it pretty easy to take double exposures, and of course it can also be accomplished with film. Photoshop also makes it possible to replicate a double exposure effect.

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  • 3 Easy Ways to Lighten a Photo in Photoshop

    Published Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

    3 Easy Ways to Lighten a Photo in Photoshop

    Photoshop offers a number of different ways to do things. When it comes to lightening a photo (or darkening for that matter) there are several different ways you can do it. Three of the easiest and most effective methods are shown in this tutorial.

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  • 5 Simple Tricks for More Interesting Photos

    Published Monday, May 18th, 2015

    5 Easy Tricks for More Interesting Photos

    If you find yourself in a rut where you are struggling to get the quality of photos that you want, think about different ways that you can change things up to make your photos more interesting or unique. A lot of times you’ll just need a small tweak to really change the results. While there are a lot of different possibilities, here is a look at five different things you can do right away to get more interesting photos.

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  • 15 Must-Have Maternity Photo Ideas

    Published Monday, May 11th, 2015

    15 Must-Have Maternity Photo Ideas

    Do you want to give your clients maternity photos that they will love? There are a number of different poses and possibilities when it comes to maternity photo shoots, and here we’ll take a look at 15 shots that can serve as a foundation of your own sessions. Of course, adding some creativity to incorporate unique shots and putting your own twist on the shots is a great idea, but these basic poses will give you a great start.

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  • 60 Incredibly Useful Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts

    Published Monday, May 4th, 2015

    Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts

    Photoshop provides unlimited potential for photographers, but it’s easy to find that you’re spending more time than you would like in Photoshop. Taking advantage of keyboard shortcuts is a great way to reduce the amount of time that you spend in Photoshop. Get to know the shortcuts for the tools and functions that you use frequently and you may be surprised at how it impacts your workflow.

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  • 5 Effective Ways to Boost Traffic to Your Photo Website

    Published Wednesday, April 29th, 2015

    Using smart tactics to increase your photography site’s traffic is a way to achieve lots of goals. Those goals could include selling your photography products and services, building brand awareness, creating useful connections and more. Whatever your goals are, traffic gives you an ability to engage and sell. Without visitors nothing happens.

    So, if you have just started a photography site or you’re struggling to grow your traffic, the tactics listed below will help you to dramatically increase your traffic.

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  • Senior Boys Photography Pose Guide

    Published Monday, April 20th, 2015

    Senior Boys Photography Poses

    A few months ago we published a pose guide for senior girls photography that gives plenty of inspiration and pose ideas, and today we’re following up with a pose guide for photographing senior guys. This post showcases more than 70 different senior boys photos from a variety of awesome photographers. Bookmark this page and come back to it whenever you need some ideas that you can put into use in your own work.

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  • Getting The Most Out Of Your Prime Lens

    Published Monday, April 13th, 2015

    Prime Lenses

    There are a lot of reasons to shoot with a prime lens. Sure, you’re losing the convenience of having multiple focal lengths on one lens, but using a prime lens will more than make up for it in other areas. Not only are they relatively inexpensive due to their simple design, but prime lenses also typically produce sharper photos, have wider apertures, and are less bulky than their zoom lens counterparts. Here’s some pointers to make sure you’re getting the most of out your lenses, including some tips on purchasing a prime lens that you won’t “outgrow” as your skills improve.

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  • 3 Important Things To Remember When You’re Shooting In Black And White

    Published Monday, March 30th, 2015

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    It’s not an uncommon occurrence for photographers to process their RAW files to black and white in an attempt to fix a lack of interest issue in a color photo. While black and white photography can give the photo a more romantic appearance, it really shines when used to accentuate an already interesting scene. Some photo ops are seemingly destined to be shot in black and white.

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  • 8 Photography Projects on Kickstarter Worth Your Attention

    Published Tuesday, March 17th, 2015

    8 Photography Projects on Kickstarter Worth Your Attention

    Got an idea for a nifty photo gadget? Dream about publishing your own photography book? Have an innovative idea you think will make your peers’ lives better? A modern factory of dreams, Kickstarter helps creative minds bring their ideas to life and enables everyone to become a part of this amazing process.

    In this list we put together some of the most interesting photography related projects currently running on Kickstarter. From a sunrise photo project through 50 states to a one-stop photography marketing platform, there are a lot of ambitious ideas here. So enjoy the 10 promising Kickstarters you might want to watch closely.

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  • Free Film-Inspired Photoshop Action

    Published Monday, March 16th, 2015

    Free Film-Inspired Photoshop Action

    With this free Photoshop action you can quickly apply a film-inspired effect to your photos. The action is a sample from our full set of 32 Film-Inspired Photoshop Actions.

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