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Posts from Category: "Photography Tips & Tricks"

7 Smart Lighting Setups for Portraits Taken at Home

Let’s get one thing clear – you’re not going to learn how to shoot perfect portraits overnight. There are many things you need to learn first. When it comes to portrait-shooting, no factor is more important than lighting. Even if you’re planning a home portrait session, you can still make the most from various lighting setups to achieve great results.

Smart Lighting Setups for Portraits Taken At Home

Photo by Didier Lin

Off-camera flash is one of things you’ll need here. Here are 7 actionable tips to creating studio light setups right at home and help you capture classic portrait lighting, creating some truly beautiful pictures.

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5 Ways Travel Can Inspire Your Wedding Photography

If you’ve shot a wedding you’ve likely had that moment where some obscure family tradition threw you off balance, you struggled to attach the right lens in time, and missed that once-in-a-lifetime shot. You can shoot a thousand weddings, but without knowing what to look for, you just might miss the biggest moments of the couple’s wedding day.

5 Ways Travel Can Inspire Your Wedding Photography

But, if you’re lucky enough to experience other cultures around the world, you just might be able to prepare yourself for the unexpected. Read more…

A Beginner’s Guide to Minimalist Photography

Minimalism is splitting the world in two. Love it or hate it, it’s a style with a very defined outline, one that has its roots in in the painted arts of the 20th century and that continued to branch out in other domains. These days, minimalism is especially present in design, fashion, and photography.

A Guide to Minimalist Photography

Photo by qimono

A simple scout around websites such as Twitter and Tumblr will be sufficient to tell us how we’ve gradually distanced ourselves from most things that are complicated and detailed. Read more…

14 Essential Rain Photography Tips for Creating Dramatic Images

Wherever you travel, you are always free to take that perfect shot from the best angle. Not when it’s pouring down heavily, though. Winter is not always the best climate for comfortable outdoor photography.

14 Essential Rain Photography Tips

Photo by Eutah Mezushima

But guess what, if you are a clever photographer, you can take even better photos in the rain than on sunny days. Cold and stormy weather is the best time to capture dramatic, moody photos that will impress the viewer like no regular “good weather” picture ever will. Read more…

7 Ways Custom Photo Backdrops Can Promote Your Business

How could you photograph a love story in Paris having less than $50 at your disposal? Or make local moms stand in line at your photo studio without running an expensive marketing campaign?

7 Ways a Simple Photo Backdrop Can Promote Your Photography Business

Photo courtesy of PhotoPieBackdrops.com

That’s totally possible if you pay attention to one single element of your studio setup – background.

Read on to find out how other photographers are successfully boosting their business with photo backdrops and why you should start using this terrific marketing tool right now. Read more…

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