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How to Photograph the Sheer Beauty of Soap Bubbles

January 16th, 2018|

Most of us are fascinated by soap bubbles and love playing with them since childhood. Watching bubbles float in the air and burst is a pleasure every child and even adults enjoy. Soap bubbles have an exciting range of color and textures. When light shines [...]

6 Mistake to Avoid When You’re Starting Out in Photography

January 15th, 2018|

Like most hobbies or professions, every photographer started out somewhere. This usually means they also made mistakes along the way from which they have learned. The thing to remember is that everyone makes mistakes – even seasoned pros might on the odd occasion get things [...]

How to do Tilt-Shift Style Photography with the Lensbaby Edge 50

January 15th, 2018|

Professional architectural and landscape photographers use tilt-shift lenses to avoid converging vertical lines and to get the entire scene in sharp focus. Portrait and food photographers use them to create interesting effects using blur and shifts in the plane of focus. Tilt-shift lenses are exciting [...]

6 Tips for Better Engagement Photos

January 14th, 2018|

When doing engagement photos, it is very important both to you and to the couple that everyone feels relaxed so that you can capture them being their truest selves. When your clients are relaxed and comfortable in front of your camera, it makes a huge [...]

Apple Photos: An Under-Appreciated Post-Processing Software Powerhouse

January 14th, 2018|

As the market for digital cameras has intensified in recent years, the options available for post-processing software has exploded as well. There are dozens of great options for casual, enthusiast, and professional image-makers who are looking to get the most out of their images. Programs [...]

Weekly Photography Challenge – Macro or Close-Up Photography

January 13th, 2018|

Last week’s challenge was to get out and shoot some winter photography. Maybe you already tried some macro then – if not, now’s your chance. Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash Weekly Photography Challenge – Macro Close-ups of snow, icicles, frost patterns, etc., can be [...]

Beginner Photography Mistakes to Avoid

January 13th, 2018|

When you’re just starting out in photography there are so many things to learn it can be overwhelming. Here are two videos with some tips on common photography mistakes and how to avoid them. Mistakes to avoid as a beginning photographer This video by Serge [...]

Tips for Making the Most of Morning Light for Portraits

January 12th, 2018|

There’s something about taking photos in the magical morning light that makes my heart so happy. Maybe it’s because of the extra effort it takes to be outside in the crisp morning air when your family is still in bed. It could also be because [...]

Photo Editing Software Options for Linux Users

January 11th, 2018|

Do you use Linux and wonder what your alternatives are when it comes to photo processing? Are you a photo enthusiast trying to find alternatives to your current software? Or perhaps you’ve read this far and still have no idea what I’m talking about—great! This [...]