One excellent way for a photographer to get established in the local market is to consider adding real estate work to the portfolio. While real estate photography can certainly encompass large commercial and resort-scale projects, here we’re going to focus on the more common kind of residential MLS (Multiple Listing Service) imagery we’re all used […]

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“I like to photograph anyone before they know what their best angles are.”

– Ellen Von Unwerth


Let’s say you just got a shiny new package from your local camera store or Amazon or B&H. In it is a brand new camera body or lens or [insert gear type here]. You’ve probably spent some hard earned money on it, right? So, it would stand to reason that you’d want to do everything […]

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On a recent Hot Gear Podcast, Rich Harrington sat with Chase Reynolds over at to talk about the hot products that they just can’t seem to keep on their shelves.  And of course, with the recent release of the Nikon D810, it’s made the hot topic on this month’s “Hot Gear” Segment. Start listening […]

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Recently, I wrote a brief post on my blog that was titled, Create For Yourself, which serves as the impetus for this story. Lately, I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about my own growth as a photographer and, to a broader extent, as a creator. This introspection invariably led me to look at how […]

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  Editor’s Note: This is a guest article from Roger Cicala from Doesn’t look like much, does it? But, depending upon your definition, this photograph, a team effort by 9 men, is the most honored picture in U. S. History. If you want to find out about it, read on. It’s an interesting tale about how […]

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