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Portrait Tips: $1,500 lenses don’t make good pictures
Portrait Tips: Have a conversation with your camera in hand
Portrait Tips: How to use a wide angle lens in portraits
Portrait Tips: The most important tip for street portraits
Portrait Tips: Watching and practice are key for kids
Do You Revisit Old Locations?
Becoming A Better Drone Pilot, Part 4 – Learning To Fly With Precision & Confidence: ATTI Mode
Becoming A Better Drone Pilot, Part 3 – Learning To Fly With Precision & Confidence
Becoming A Better Drone Pilot, Part 2
Becoming A Better Drone Pilot – Part 1
Portrait Tips: Muscle Memory

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Do You Revisit Old Locations?

(Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from our partner mpb.com a great place to use your old gear to acquire newer gear.) For many, the thought of revisiting an old location may seem like a step back rather than

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Becoming a better pilot- Part 2

Becoming A Better Drone Pilot, Part 2

(Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Chris Anson. See more of his work here) In Part 2 you’re going to take the next step in refining your control of the drone. If you haven’t read and practiced Part

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Portrait Tips: Muscle Memory

When you’re making pictures with people, you need to have practiced your camera well enough that you can change the ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed (or Exposure Compensation) without taking your eye from the viewfinder. Muscle Memory Go ahead and

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The Best Photographers Practice Finishing

Practicing with your tools on daily pictures will make you a better photographer when it counts. Having your camera with you isn’t enough to make you a better photographer. You need to practice finishing your photographs just as much as

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Being Prepared Makes all the Difference

I love the Boy Scout motto of Be Prepared. As a photographer that often means carrying extra batteries, a spare camera, and an extra memory card. But also knowing the location, and what conditions you’ll be working under. Practice Ahead

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Don’t Waste Your Time: Light the Room

We all have times when were waiting for somethingmaybe the doctors office, or a meal at restaurant, or at the auto shopand many times we spend that time checking Instagram with our eyes glued to our phones. Id like to

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revisit_lead_image

Do You Revisit Old Locations?

(Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from our partner mpb.com a great place to use your old gear to acquire newer gear.) For many, the thought of revisiting an old location may seem like a step back rather than

Read More
Becoming a better pilot- Part 2

Becoming A Better Drone Pilot, Part 2

(Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Chris Anson. See more of his work here) In Part 2 you’re going to take the next step in refining your control of the drone. If you haven’t read and practiced Part

Read More
PTBanner

Portrait Tips: Muscle Memory

When you’re making pictures with people, you need to have practiced your camera well enough that you can change the ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed (or Exposure Compensation) without taking your eye from the viewfinder. Muscle Memory Go ahead and

Read More
Levi_Sim-1

The Best Photographers Practice Finishing

Practicing with your tools on daily pictures will make you a better photographer when it counts. Having your camera with you isn’t enough to make you a better photographer. You need to practice finishing your photographs just as much as

Read More
ErikaThornesUnderwater

Being Prepared Makes all the Difference

I love the Boy Scout motto of Be Prepared. As a photographer that often means carrying extra batteries, a spare camera, and an extra memory card. But also knowing the location, and what conditions you’ll be working under. Practice Ahead

Read More
Levi_Sim_Room COver-1

Don’t Waste Your Time: Light the Room

We all have times when were waiting for somethingmaybe the doctors office, or a meal at restaurant, or at the auto shopand many times we spend that time checking Instagram with our eyes glued to our phones. Id like to

Read More
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Volunteering For Mastery

The idea of 10,000 repetitions as a path to mastery is not new. It has been a principle of Eastern thought for a very long time and has been made popular in business by Malcolm Gladwell and in photography by Steve Simon. It boils down to practice makes perfect.

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