Maternity Pose Guide Helps You Create Memorable Photos

If you’re going to be doing a maternity photo shoot it is a good idea to have some poses in mind before getting started. Browsing through sample maternity photos can be a good way to get some ideas and inspiration for your own photo shoots.

In this guide we’ll showcase several different types of poses that are common and popular with maternity photo shoots. You may want to bookmark this page so you can easily access it when you are looking for some ideas for your own maternity shoots.

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Free Photoshop Retro Action. Get Your Minty Tint Vintage Photoshop Action Here.

This action is a free sample from our set of 15 Vintage Photoshop Actions РVol. III. With the help of this Photoshop action you can give your photos a cool vintage feel. The free sample action is the same one that is used on the preview image above.

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Free Lightroom Preset Downloads for Unique Photo Styles — Get All 20 Now

Lightroom presets are our best selling products, and we know that photographers (both professionals and hobbyists) can’t get enough Lightroom presets. While we have more than 1,000 LR presets that are included in our Ultimate Photography Bundle, we want to be able to give back through some free presets as well. In this post you’ll find 20 different presets that you can download for free. They work with Lightroom 4 and up (so currently that is LR 4, 5, 6, and CC) and they will allow you to get a wide variety of different types of effects quickly and easily. Try them out and see how they work with your photos.

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Fundamentals Preset System Makes it Easy to Create HDR-Like Effects in Lightroom

In this tutorial we’ll quickly walk through the process of creating an effect similar to an HDR photo. You can achieve this look in Lightroom with or without Fundamentals, but the purpose of Fundamentals is to speed up your workflow. You can get the HDR look with just a few clicks and without messing with a lot of sliders in Lightrooms develop module.

For the tutorial we’ll be working with this photo, which has been provided by Meghan Newsom.

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