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A Behind-The-Scenes Look at a Family Photo Session

November 20th, 2018|

You’re probably used to seeing perfect family photos on Pinterest. After all, photographers love showing their best work. But you’ll learn a lot more from seeing an entire family photo session rather than just one perfect photo. So today I’m giving you a glimpse into [...]

One Light Set-Up For Food Photography

November 19th, 2018|

When it comes to food photography, the natural light look is highly sought after. However, it’s difficult to create consistency with natural light because the sun is always moving. Most pro food photographers use artificial light to really take control of their lighting. Using artificial [...]

Nine Ways to Boost Your Kit Lens Creativity

November 19th, 2018|

The first lens many photographers will own is the kit lens. This lens typically covers a focal range of 18-55mm and has a variable maximum aperture. So before you move onto other lenses, how can you get the most out of this particular lens? Well, [...]

How To Stimulate Your Photography by Learning From the Best

November 18th, 2018|

Henri Cartier-Bresson said that “Your first ten thousand photographs are your worst.” Every successful creative spends boundless time, thought, and concentrated effort pursuing their passion. You can accelerate your photography education by learning from accomplished artists. One way to stimulate your photography is by reading [...]

How to Batch Resize Your Images Quickly Using Photoshop

November 18th, 2018|

While it’s relatively easy to write an Action to resize a series of images in Photoshop, it’s easier still to get Photoshop to do all the work for you. Photoshop comes with an image processor script that will open, resize, and save a series of [...]

Weekly Photography Challenge – Doorways

November 17th, 2018|

This week’s photography topic for our weekly challenge is DOORWAYS! Doorways – Beechworth Mayday Hills Asylum Victoria by Caz Nowaczyk I’m a big fan of photographing doorways. There is so much mystery behind them. They are an opening to other possibilities and secret worlds… Post [...]

How to Make Easy and Affordable DIY Food Photography Backdrops

November 17th, 2018|

In this helpful video by Joanie Simon of The Bite Shot, she explains how to do DIY Food Photography Backdrops that are both affordable and easy. Costing you less than US$30 per backdrop! ?? Before beginning, please be sure to use your spray paints outdoors and [...]

Photoshop Smart Objects for Beginners

November 16th, 2018|

  When editing in Photoshop, it is nice to know how the edits affect your image. Edits that you make directly to an image write over the original image. Edits also change its pixels. The opposite of editing directly is the practice of non-destructive editing. [...]

Photography Hot Spots – Love ‘em or Hate ‘em?

November 16th, 2018|

I hear much maligning these days about photography hot spots. You know them, they are the places photographers seem to flock to Mesa Arch, Tunnel View, Horseshoe Bend, Kjeragbolten (that rock wedged between two other rocks in Norway), etc… The list goes on an on and [...]

How to Use Creative Aperture to Maximum Effect

November 15th, 2018|

One of the most powerful controls on your camera is the aperture setting. It’s so useful that a good proportion of photographers utilize aperture priority as their primary setting, allowing them to quickly change this setting for creative aperture use. So what are the ways [...]

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