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Photographing Weddings With Natural and Available Light

As photographers, light is our raw material. It doesn’t really matter what we are trying to say or capture in an image – if we don’t have light we don’t have a picture! Light has to be the prime consideration and the quality, direction, color temperature, source, quantity (as well as a host of other variable factors) of the light are the elements which can make or break an image no matter how good the composition or the moment being captured.

Many wedding photographers use just natural/available light and the whole idea of natural light photography and photographing the wedding “as it happens” is very popular. Read more…

50 Sweet Valentine Gifts for Photographers and Their Sweethearts

The season for love is here but finding a perfect gift for your lover isn’t easy. Whether you’re an amateur photographer or a real pro, you can give your sweetheart a photography Valentines gift that would be a winner for sure.

Photo by Sonya Khegay

I know you want to make this Valentine’s day unforgettable. Here I showcase 50 amazingly creative and romantic Valentine gifts for photographers to help you with this task. Read more…

Mom Photographer’s Best Helpers: Review of the Peak Design Everyday Bags

I bet at least one bag from the Peak Design Everyday series is on maaany wishlists this year. And if it’s still not, there are good chances you’ll want to add another item to yours after reading this review.

Wondering what made me sound as if I’m earning commission from the bag producer?

Review of the Peak Design Everyday Bags

Watch the video below to get a quick idea of what’s so special about the Everyday Tote and Everyday Sling I got a chance to take a look at. And read on to find out all the occasions each of the bag worked well for. Hint: these don’t limit to just photo shoots.

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10 things I wish I knew when starting my photography business

The moment I bought my first DSLR I knew that photography was my true passion. I didn’t consider myself a professional back then, but I was sure I wanted to become one. Well, the road  turned out a lot longer than I expected. I have learned there’s much more than meets the eye when it comes to the photographer profession.

So let me guide you through the 10 things I wish I had known when starting my photography career.

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