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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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REVIEW: Everyday Messenger Bag for Photographers… And Everyone Else!

Peak Design is familiar to any pro photographer and their latest Kickstarter project for their Everyday Bags that gathered over $6,000,000 of funding has made them famous far beyond the photography world.

While their new backpack, tote, and sling from the Everyday series are conquering the world, I’ve got a chance to put my hands on Peak Design’s Every Messenger that has already become classics to many.

Peak Design Everyday Messenger Bag Review

Below is my review of this stylish camera bag and messenger which includes a brief unboxing video. Read more…

Where to Get Income When You’re New to Photography

Photography as a career is extremely challenging and rewarding at the same time. On the one hand, photographers seem to be blessed people, because they do what they love. On the other hand, it sometimes gets very hard to make money on doing what you love – especially when you’re a freelance photographer.

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Luckily, there are some ways to effortlessly boost your income using just two tools: your camera and your laptop. Read more…

Use These Few Lightroom Sliders To Make Your Image Pop

One of the most used tools in Lightroom to bring attention to the subject is the vignette tool. However, unless you are very subtle with the vignette tool it will be very obvious what you did to the image to make the subject pop.

If you overdo it, the vignette tool will leave a distinct dark circular frame near the edges that fades as it gets closer to the subject. Additionally, in Lightroom, it is not possible to control the center of the vignette.

How to Make Your Image Pop in Lightroom

There are other and in my opinion better ways to bring attention to your subject and make it pop than using the vignette tool. Read more…

8 Steps to Getting Your Photography Business Noticed

Photographers, photographers everywhere!

It seems in this social media age, new digital photographers flood the industry every day. These “professionals” boast low prices and high quality. There’s nothing wrong with that, but how do you get your work to stand out from the pack? What makes your images different than Johnny Photographer who was given a DSLR for Christmas along with a 1-year subscription to Adobe PhotoshopCC?

8 Steps to Getting Your Photography Business Noticed

Photo by Jake Hills

Furthermore, what makes your business better than the average photographer’s? Read more…

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