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Business Owner at 17: Pushing Past Judgements and Forging Your Own Path to Success, with Hope Taylor. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN Episode 05: Show Notes. Sometimes, we need to learn how to push past the judgments of other people, live the life that we want to live, and forge our own path to success. In …

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Fear of Running a Photography Business: Getting Past Insecurities and Embracing Your Uniqueness. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN Episode 04: Show Notes. Today’s topic is a tough one because it touches all of us in some way—fear. While both new and seasoned photographers sometimes battle with fears and insecurities, it is mostly the upcoming ones who …

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Instagram Connections: How to Up Your Game and Stand Out with Bobbi Peterson. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN Episode 03: Show Notes. In this episode of Find Your Focus, Logan chats to Bobbi Peterson, a member of the well-known Twig & Olive trio, about using social media for marketing purposes. Tuning in to the show, listeners …

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Pinterest for Photographers — Using Pinterest to Attract More Dream Clients on Google with Anna Bennett. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN Episode 02: Show Notes. Did you know that using Pinterest can help your business rank on the first page of a Google search? Pinterest is a powerful, unique, and often overlooked tool for digital marketing, …

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Food photography is ubiquitous. It’s seen in TV commercials, magazines, blogs, cookbooks, billboards, social media posts and more. When great food photography is done right, one photo will convince hundreds or thousands of people to try that food. So how do you get started in food photography, and what do you need to know? We’re …

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Do you thrive on competition?  Love the energy, excitement, and physicality of sports?  Then sports photography might be the right play for you (pun fully intended!) There are lots of great reasons to make sports photography your passion.  Your kids, your job, or your desire for a new market.  Or maybe you just love playing, …

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Homeless to Happy – One Photographer’s Journey to Optimism and Success with Christopher Hall. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN Episode 01: Show Notes. Welcome to the first episode of the Find Your Focus podcast with Cole’s Classroom, where you’ll hear inspirational stories and pro tips from our guests to help you on your journey with photography! …

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Ever wonder how the heck to swap faces in Photoshop? Don’t worry, it’s easier than you think! I’m mostly a Lightroom girl, but every now and then there are things I need to do that make Adobe Photoshop a must-have. One of those things is doing a head swap. Every now and then, I run …

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In other posts, you’ve read about aperture (opening in the lens that lets light pass into the camera body) and how aperture affects exposure. Hopefully, after several experiments, you now have a feel of how aperture works. While fidgeting with your camera’s aperture, you probably discovered (accidentally or on purpose) its side effect on your photo, …

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Photographers like to talk about golden hour photography and the beautiful, glowy light they find right before sunset or after sunrise. The golden hour is amazing. But for my money, you can’t beat blue hour photography for some peaceful, serene images. Don’t be so hasty packing up your gear after the sun has set. Stay …

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Photoshop is a great image editing tool that allows you to create perfect images. One awesome Photoshop fill tool you have at your disposal with Photoshop CC 2020 is the Content Aware Fill Photoshop command. This nifty tool makes it simple to remove unwanted items from your images.  You can even replace the old item …

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Photography is an expensive hobby or career. When you’re just starting, this can be a problem for some photographers because they don’t have the extra money to put into purchasing necessary equipment, like lighting devices. However, we’re here to save the day with fifteen DIY photography lighting hacks.  When you start getting into photography, you …

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Even though you may not have heard of the Brenizer method, you’ve definitely seen it. Just think of the photographs you’ve admired with beautifully expansive backgrounds and clear focused subjects. Most likely, these impossibly panoramic photos are products of the Brenizer method, an advanced and highly technical photographic technique. Keep reading to learn more about …

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There’s nothing better than hitting up the beach on a hot summer’s day. Well, actually, there is: taking the perfect beach photo, of course. Creative beach photography is one of the best ways to pass the time during the summer. Whether it’s for engagement beach photo ideas or family beach pictures, there are many ways …

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Using the batch resize Photoshop feature, you can set resize photos images to a uniform size for printing and layout. Here’s how to do it. (These instructions are only for Photoshop. Other image processors may have the same capabilities to resize multiple images, but will require different instructions.) 1. Ensure Your Files are the Right …

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City photography, also known as urban photography, is a distinct branch of photography. In this guide, you’ll learn the basic principles for taking great photographs in any city, then receive a few dozen tips for improving your photos. It’s a lot to take in at once, but once you’ve mastered these principles, you’ll be ready …

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