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Seven Things You’ll Wish You Knew Before Turning Pro Do you remember your first job? Your first, proper, grown up full-time job. You probably walked in on your first day, not really having much of a clue about what was expected from you. Your manager probably sighed to themselves at the thought of moulding your …

If you do headshots in your photography business here are five tips to help you take your headshots up a level and please your clients.

Has anyone ever said to you, “That’s a nice photo, you must have an expensive camera!”? According to photography legend Ansel Adams, “The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it!”   Your camera is simply a tool, that you use to create your vision of the scene in front of …

Is it Time to go Full Frame? Pros and Cons

This image was captured at with a Nikon The white line shows the extra reach that a crop sensor camera would give you. This image was also captured in low light conditions with ISO of 2000 with very acceptable noise level.

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How to Make Beautiful Portraits Using Flash and High-Speed Sync

Shooting portraits outdoors, you often can't shoot wide open and use flash. Here are some tips for using flash and high-speed sync to solve that issue.

Photography. How to pose to get rid of the double chin! So simple, but makes such a difference!

How To Make a Double Chin Disappear in Portrait Photography

The key to looking good in photos? It& all about your jaw, as photographer Peter Hurley explains in this video. Essentially, stretch your forehead forward and down a bit to accentuate your jawline.

One of the most common uses for zoom lenses is, as their name suggests, to zoom in on objects that are far away. These lenses are fantastic for getting close-up views of nature, architecture, wildlife, or anything else that might be little more than a speck to the naked human eye. Some cameras like the Nikon …

How to use Focal Length and Background Compression to Enhance Your Photos

One of the most common uses for zoom lenses is, as their name suggests, to zoom in on objects that are far away. These lenses are fantastic for getting close-up views of nature, architecture, wildlife, or anything else that might be little more than a speck to the naked human eye. Some cameras like the Nikon …

Bounce Flash Secrets – Bouncing Your Way to Better Photography

Bounce Flash Secrets – Bouncing Your Way to Better Photography

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Low-key Lighting for Dramatic Portraits

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