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Sometimes auto white balance is just a frenemy posing as a time-saving setting.  We’ll tell you why. Photographers are a picky bunch. We will tweak settings, move here and there and wait for the light to be juuuuusssst right before we take an image. We want to shoot in manual and choose focus points so …

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Ever taken a photo that you thought was perfect, only to later realize that the white balance is completely off the mark? If you have, you aren’t alone in the photography community, and it’s not uncommon for photographers to end up with an unbalanced finished image.  If you’re unsure how to correct your white balance …

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Saddle up for Action with this Beginner’s Guide to Rodeo Photography Ever heard the expression “This ain’t my first rodeo”?  Well, it’s not.  I grew up in the shadow of the world’s biggest outdoor rodeo…Cheyenne Frontier Days.  I spent many cold mornings at the knee of my father as he announced slack or tagged along …

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Families, seniors, couples, and businesses look to outdoor portrait photography for one-of-a-kind, stylized images. If you have not yet embraced outdoor photography, then you are missing out on a useful revenue stream. These photography tips and tricks will help you grow your business with outdoor portrait photography.  Outdoor Portrait Photography Tips Shooting outdoor portraits is …

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If you find understanding white balance to be a mysterious concept, you are not alone. Many do. The numbers and settings used can be a little confusing if you aren’t familiar with them. In addition, this is not something we notice in our day-to-day lives. It is something that our digital camera picks up that …

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Have You ever Wondered Why Monochrome Photography Never Gets Out of Style? Here’s Why. Today, we will share with you some tips on how to make better monochrome and black and white photos. Hopefully,these practical tips will serve you well in your interest towards monochrome photography. 1. Shoot with High Contrast in The Black and …

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No studio?  No problem!  Start with these photoshoot ideas at home to grow your skills and business! One of the biggest misconceptions about photography is that you have to seek picturesque and perfect locations to take beautiful photographs.  But one essential skill of photographers is seeing the beauty and potential in the ordinary. You don’t …

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Flower photography is a popular texture niche for photographers. Floral images make for great macro subjects, and many texture photographers use flowers as the focus of their images. If you’re exploring texture photography, you might be wanting to add pictures of flowers as macro subjects to your portfolio. We’ve got some great tips for improving …

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Even though it may look like a simple task to photograph a car, there are many technical considerations to keep in mind. To take the perfect picture of car, you will need to think about shutter speed, location, light, background, and much more. Keep reading for tips that will help you develop the expertise required …

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Does large group photography scare you?! Here’s why it shouldn’t! Large group photography seems intimidating, but when you break it down, it’s much easier than you think! If you go in prepared, it can even take LESS time than a regular family session. Here are 12 tips and tricks for mastering large group photography! 1. …

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The moon, in addition to the other celestial bodies in our solar system, is one of the most captivating photography subjects we see today. However, unlike the other heavenly bodies out there, the moon is close enough and bright enough for us to photograph reasonably quickly.  That said, if you’ve ever tried to photograph the …

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Scenes so nice, you’ll see them twice! 5 Tips for Capturing Water Reflections (Plus two cheats!) If I had to pick a favorite type of landscape scene, it would probably involve a water reflection. There’s just something serene and peaceful about an image with water. If symmetry and mirror images are your creative jam, too, …

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If you’ve ever tried taking pictures in the woods, you already probably know how difficult forest photography can be to master. The normal “rules” or procedures that come with nature photography don’t apply, which can make this genre even more challenging. Whether you’re an amateur or an expert, here’s what you should know about forest …

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Learn how and why to use Kelvin white balance to get perfect color in your images! Have you ever taken a photo in a high school gym?  The colors are just…wonky.  Skin tones look sickly, white uniforms look green.  Or maybe you’ve shot in the shade only to find really blue-gray skin tones when you …

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Struggling with portrait photography? Check out our 18 tips and tricks for getting a great shot! Sometimes portrait photography can get a bit boring…and worse, sometimes we just can’t figure out why! We’re here to help you, friends and fellow photographers! Whether you want to improve things like your composition or add a dimension of …

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Recent studies show that almost 80 percent of American consumers do at least some online shopping, while 88 percent of customers research products online before purchasing through a brick-and-mortar store.  Part of their online shopping and research experience is photos.  And it’s not just online merchants.  All kinds of businesses, including restaurants, clothing retailers and …

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