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The Quick Guide To Corporate Photography

Businesses as well as individual business professionals have a wide range of photography needs that may need to be filled over time, and as a professional photographer, you have the opportunity to profit when you make an effort to fill these needs.

Photo by SplitShire

Photo by SplitShire

There are essentially two types of corporate photography that you can focus on, and you may choose to focus your efforts on both of them. Read more…

How to Photograph Babies from a Week Old to Sitting up

There is a huge trend among baby photographers to do all of those awesome shots of babies all curled up and almost “in the womb” looking.

Photo by Barb Stitzer

Photo by Barb Stitzer

I LOVE those shots, but they have very definite parameters, meaning that you have to catch the baby while she is still curly; so 3 to 7, or sometimes, at the very oldest, 12 days old. Read more…

Where Did I Put That? Tips for Organizing Your Photos

In the interest of full disclosure, I must admit something. My photos are unorganized. By that, I mean terribly unorganized. Over the years, I’ve taken thousands and thousands of photos, all the while dumping them in folders automatically created and named by my computer’s default importing program.

Photo byStockSnap

Photo byStockSnap

As such, I’d be hard-pressed to quickly find photos from a specific shoot or with a specific subject. This, my friends, is not good. Read more…

Kickstarter Project That Will Change Your Photography Career Forever (Exclusive Freebie Inside)

You might have already heard about Defrozo, a free multi-tool business app for photographers as it has been mentioned in the media quite a lot lately. Today the Defrozo Kickstarter went live, and it’s become a Staff Pick in less than 1 hour after the launch!


With a working Beta, over 2000 users on board, and some quite ambitious goals, the creators are raising funds in order to deliver the full-featured platform by the mid-Fall 2015. Read more…

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