After a week full of Black Friday and other holiday deals, we kicked off December with some great content to enhance your photography this winter!

With the holiday season officially underway, Julie Powell kicked off this week by showing us how to add bokeh to our Christmas images. Bryan Esler told us about how to get around the storage limits of photos on your iPhone, while Michele Grenier told us about a conceptual photoshoot with fellow photographer Daniel Mallard. Levi Sim walked us through a solution to going through and editing hundreds of photographs, and finally, Nate Torres gave us some great professional Instagram tips.

Throughout the next week, we have a TON of holiday-centric content for you, so stay tuned!

Creating bokeh to add a Christmas feel to your images - Creating bokeh to add a Christmas feel to your images is a great way to add interest and bring the holiday spirit to life! It
Photos taking up too much space on your iPhone? - As iPhone users, we’ve had it pretty good over the years. Watching Steve Jobs take that stage to announce the very first iPhone was a
Conceptual Creativity with Dan: A bed of roses - This new Conceptual Creativity series is a collaboration with my friend Daniel Mallard. Dan has been a photojournalist for a major Canadian daily newspaper for
Portrait Tips: The solution to the Cuteness Zone - “1200 pictures??? How is that even possible …?” You’ve said that to yourself after a shoot, right? There’s a certain sense of dread associated with
how to take good instagram photos How to take good Instagram photos: Secret professional tips - In this post, I will be showing you how to take good Instagram photos. In fact, these are the same tips I follow that have

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