Posts from Category: "Photography Tips & Tricks"

7 Pet Photography Tips to Capture Your Furry Friends’ Personality

For millions of people worldwide, no family is truly complete without a furry friend. Cats, dogs and all the critters in between are quick to crawl their way into your heart, and it’s no wonder why people want to capture their personality – forever.

Photo by Elke Vogelsang

Photo by Elke Vogelsang

One of the best ways to do this is through snapshots. Like children, though, pets can be difficult to photograph because they get distracted easily and move around quickly. While it can be challenging, though, it’s definitely not impossible. Read more…

10 Lessons From Steve Jobs for Your Photography Brand

Steve Jobs forever will be remembered as a digital visionary – he was the one who brought poetry to the microchip. He is a legend these days. All of us can’t be Steve Jobs, but we can learn some lessons from his extraordinary life and career to parlay them into the photography business.

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Steve Jobs took a near-bankrupt Apple and turned it into one of the most profitable and successful companies in the world. Read more…

20 Superb Infographics & Cheat Sheets to Help You Grow Your Photography Business Fast

You probably know that a picture is worth a thousand words. If a reader has a choice between 1000-word articles and the infographic that needs just a few scroll downs…he’ll obviously go with the infographic!

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Visual information is more likely read and understood than other types of data presentation. That’s why I collected helpful infographics and cheat sheets on photography for you. Read more…

Get Intimate With Depth of Field: Using Depth of Field Creatively

Controlling your camera’s exposure is not only a fundamental topic to achieve good photographs, but it also becomes essential knowledge to be able to explore the creative possibilities of photography.

Photo by HsynOdbs

Photo by HsynOdbs

You might have heard of aperture, shutter speed and ISO. These are the camera controls that directly affect exposure and, finally, how the picture turns out. You can use many combinations of these settings to achieve correct exposure, depending on your “intention” of the picture. Read more…

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