Using Off Camera Lighting For Portraits

Tweet Last week I asked everyone on Twitter and Facebook what some things are that you would like to learn to improve your photography. The most common answer was lighting which was awesome for me to hear since I love off camera lighting and was just thinking of creating more posts about creative lighting. I have written a good amount of off camera lighting articles in the past, just click on the Lighting tab near the top of our site...

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How to Enable Facebook Comments on WordPress

Tweet How to Enable Facebook Comments on WordPress Marketing can be one of those tricky things that as an artist I have had to spend a lot of time over the past 10 years trying to master. There are many ways that we can market our art to the community we are trying to serve and with some of the ways that social media can be shared it opens up a lot more ways for us to reach people. Having a blog for your photography studio is a great...

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Using lightroom graduated filter to create tilt shift look

Tweet Using lightroom to create tilt shift look If you don’t quite have the budget yet for the amazing Canon TS-E 24mm lens don’t worry you can quickly get a tilt shift type effect using Lightroom in just a few minutes. First though if you need a little Tilt-Shift portrait inspiration check out this post: Great photos using Tilt-Shift lenses for portraits Creating a tilt shift look in Lightroom is actually easy. We can use...

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Using The Pick and Reject Flags in Lightroom to Organize

Tweet How to use the Pick and Reject flags in Lightroom to organize your images. The first step before color correcting your images in Lightroom is to cull them, or go through the photos and make your selections. Although Lightroom doesn’t have the perfect set of tools for doing this first edit there are a few quick ways to use Lightroom to make your picks by using the pick and reject flags. This is a quick way to edit down a...

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PhotoSync iPad App Review

Tweet PhotoSync iPad App Review PhotoSync is a great universal app that can wirelessly sync your photos among your iOS devices and your desktop computer. I was using a different iOS app (which shall remain nameless) to send photos between my iPhone and iPad, but it was fussy. It had to transfer photos and videos separately, could only do batches of a certain number of photos at a time (10 at a time, if I recall correctly), and was...

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