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Evolution of a Studio Photo Shoot
KIS Studio Lighting Tip
Thinking Ahead Can Turn a Snapshot Into a Great Shot
Seeing Pictures Within Pictures
Letting Your Imaging Take Off – Ideas Soar When You Envision the End Result
Sunrise, Sunset
Wedding Tip – Adding a Sense of Motion to a Still Image
A Ring Light is the Right Light for Macro Photography
More Background, Background, Background
Wedding Photography: The Woman’s Touch
Get Smart – Tips for Today’s Travel Photographers
Painting with Light

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Seeing Pictures Within Pictures

Image and Post by Once again, one of Scotts recent posts motivated me to go back into my files (backed up in four places, of course) to search for images this time to find a series of pictures that illustrate

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Sunrise, Sunset

Image and Post by But nuf about pretty pictures. Here is some info you can actually use when photographing sunsets and sun rises. Enjoy! And remember, you snooze you lose!

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More Background, Background, Background

When you are taking a photo it’s important to be aware of the foreground and background of the entire scene, and not just the main subject. This is something you hear over and over, especially when you are just starting

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Wedding Photography: The Woman’s Touch

Post by Rick Sammon – Here in an excerpt from my recent book, Digital Wedding Photography Secrets, which was illustrated by my friend Stephanie Smith of 831 Photography (www.831photography.com). The book mainly features photographs and tips from top wedding photographers;

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Painting with Light

Photo and post by Rick Sammon Here’s a technique called “painting with light.” It is fun and easy and creative! It can turn a boring shot taken with a flash (left) into a much more artistic image (right). All you

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Toilet Seats, Photography and SEO

Post by Allen Murabayashi Editor’s Note: I have been very impressed by the research that PhotoShelter has done on photographer’s websites and SEO. Few if any companies are providing this kind of valuable information for photographers. I asked Allen to

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Photoshop Keyboard Shortcuts

Nearly every photograph of mine you will see has been processed in Photoshop, and because I spend so much time in this program I find that it is best to use my time wisely. The fewer taps I have to

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Starburst Effect

Here’s a quick-tip for a fun and easy photography effect: The next time you are shooting into the sun or have any kind of visible bare-bulb light in your frame, try cranking your aperture way down so it is very

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The Photofocus Weekly Wrap-Up for March 10, 2019

Weekly Wrap-Up: March 10-16, 2019

The Weekly Wrap-up compiles interesting articles published during the last seven days on Photofocus. This week we posted articles on why non-wedding and portrait photogs would go to WPPI, a first look of the Nikon Z6 mirrorless camera, lighting with

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Urbex | Photographer: Thomas ClarkCurator: Bryan Esler

Photographer of the Day: Thomas Clark

Category: Urbex Photographer: Thomas Clark Photo: “Untitled” What appears to be an old diner, Thomas’ photograph captures the outside weed growth starting to take over the structure. The structure looks like it was kept up nicely, with the windows and aluminum still

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Street | Photographer: Zedith PhotographyCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Zedith Photography

Category: Street Photographer: Zedith Photography Photo: “photographer on balances” Zedith had this to say about his image, “Caught while taking some street pictures with my light cameras … Well, I look like relaxed and comfortable indeed.” Which had me thinking is this

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