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We all start at the bottom
Learning about off-camera flash: A landscape photographer’s first portrait session
Should you photograph in RAW or JPEG?
Capturing the perfect drop
Understanding lens compression
How I failed at my job
How did I survive the pandemic as a photographic educator?
How often do monitors need to be calibrated?
Five tips to be more creative in your photography
Quick Tip: Set aside a time to learn each week
Using the Luminar 2018 Sunrays Filter on Your Drone Photographs

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Should you photograph in RAW or JPEG?

This is an age-old question, well, as old as digital photography and DSLR are at any rate. Should you shoot in RAW or JPEG? Many cameras are set to JPEG straight out of the box, so why bother to change?

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Capturing the perfect drop

Whether it’s cocktails or mocktails, it’s those little details that can make all the difference in your photos. Capturing the perfect drop is easy with a few tips and tricks. Ice cubes and condensation, garnishes and staging … these are

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Understanding lens compression

Let’s look at how focal lengths affect your subjects and the background of your images. What is lens compression? This is the when you use a telephoto lens and things in the background of the image will appear larger and

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How I failed at my job

I thought I understood my client’s expectations, but it turns out I just miserably failed at my job. Here’s the whole story and most importantly, how to avoid this situation in your life with proper communication. A new project opportunity

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Five tips to be more creative in your photography

(Editor’s Note: We’d like to welcome this guest post from Nate Joaquin Torres. Nate is a photographer based in Orange County/Los Angeles who specializes in portrait, lifestyle and event photography. He loves minimalist and artistic photography that has a film feel. Visit

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Flowers Made Easy

Here is an easy way to photograph flowers indoors, without using fancy lighting techniques requiring studio lights or off camera flash with modifiers. All you need is indirect light through a window, a shooting table, and a silver or white

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Understanding lens compression

Let’s look at how focal lengths affect your subjects and the background of your images. What is lens compression? This is the when you use a telephoto lens and things in the background of the image will appear larger and

Read More
I failed cover

How I failed at my job

I thought I understood my client’s expectations, but it turns out I just miserably failed at my job. Here’s the whole story and most importantly, how to avoid this situation in your life with proper communication. A new project opportunity

Read More
Featured Image Guest Post #3

Five tips to be more creative in your photography

(Editor’s Note: We’d like to welcome this guest post from Nate Joaquin Torres. Nate is a photographer based in Orange County/Los Angeles who specializes in portrait, lifestyle and event photography. He loves minimalist and artistic photography that has a film feel. Visit

Read More
Two Colorful Flowers

Flowers Made Easy

Here is an easy way to photograph flowers indoors, without using fancy lighting techniques requiring studio lights or off camera flash with modifiers. All you need is indirect light through a window, a shooting table, and a silver or white

Read More

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