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Shooting with the Nikon DF | Moose Peterson – What’s in Your Bag
The Camera of the Moment | Joe McNally – What’s in Your Bag
Understanding your Subject | Moose Peterson – What’s in Your Bag
Aesthetic Judgments: Composition, Color & Story
Overkill Cameras and the Right Camera for the Job | Joe McNally – What’s in Your Bag
Third Quarter is Over: Have You Registered your Photos?
Introducing Wacom’s Newest Tablets : Which one is right for you?
Free Portrait Retouching Webinar
Reliability of the Nikon D4s | Moose Peterson – What’s in Your Bag
Repairing an Old Lens | Joe McNally – What’s in Your Bag
Quick Photo Tip: Have doubts? Just pan!
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2015-10-07 Aesthetic Judgments part one

Aesthetic Judgments: Composition, Color & Story

In the first part of my thoughts on aesthetic judgments I introduced the first two considerations on my list of five that inform my work. This post discusses the rest of them starting with… Composition Composition is the pleasing expression

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I’m a full-time people photographer–my living depends on me making portraits of people that represent them in the best way possible. I study lighting and posing techniques to get the best results possible when I’m making the pictures, and I

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Quick Photo Tip: Have doubts? Just pan!

I suspect a lot of photographers can relate to the scenario of arriving on location with your camera but without much certainty about what to do with it. This happens to me a lot. Its not like we always have

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Perfectly Clear Webinar

Free Portrait Retouching Webinar

I’m a full-time people photographer–my living depends on me making portraits of people that represent them in the best way possible. I study lighting and posing techniques to get the best results possible when I’m making the pictures, and I

Read More
BrianMatiash_20140401-DSC02212_ILCE-7

Quick Photo Tip: Have doubts? Just pan!

I suspect a lot of photographers can relate to the scenario of arriving on location with your camera but without much certainty about what to do with it. This happens to me a lot. Its not like we always have

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