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This short story about a photo of James Gandolfini will teach you to listen to what your client wants so you can give them what they need.

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We’re wondering what your thoughts are on Mirrorless cameras. This Post Sponsored by: Perfectly Clear for Photoshop or Lightroom is all about saving you time so you can focus on doing what you love best. Get a free trial of the award winning plug-in here. The HDR Learning Center. Check out new ways to use High Dynamic Range photography […]

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I’m often asked… “How I got the shot?” I answered the phone. Nothing frustrates me more than when I ask someone “Why didn’t you call back?”, and the response is “My battery was dead” or “I left my phone in the car”. My next comment is “If you were the captain of the plane, we’d […]

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As a portrait photographer, I love getting a close, tight shot that really captures the personality of my subject. Understanding the limitations and effects your gear has on the final image is vital. Close up portraits are typically shot using a focal length of 85mm or longer, but when starting out, these lenses may not be an […]

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In part 1 of this post, I discussed growing your weak areas and developing a dream client communication plan. Here in part 2, we’re going to take a look at additional ways you can set goals in order to foster growth for your photography and your business. Let’s start with the scary subject first: numbers. […]

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Setting Measurable Goals To Foster Growth: Part 1 Have you ever felt your passion for photography grow stagnant? I certainly have, and let me tell you, it’s not a pleasant feeling. You wonder what the purpose is of snapping photos; you’re not completely satisfied with your interactions with your clients ; you sense a lack […]

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Today, the FAA formally announced plans for the registration of small unmanned aircraft (UAS), better known as “drones”. The new laws apply to any UAS weighing more than 0.55 pounds (250 grams) and less than 55 pounds (approx. 25 kilograms) including payloads such as on-board cameras. Effective December 21st, all owners of qualifying drones are […]

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