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Photography is all about creativity and... well, sometimes I get stuck because my creativity just isn't flowing. Inspiration comes in...
Learn from Matt Kloskowski: Presets vs. profiles — which one should you use?
Let’s take a look at what the difference between Lightroom (and Camera Raw) Presets and Profiles are. They each have...
Portrait Tips: Avoid creepy eyes
Anytime your subject is not facing directly into the camera you need to pay attention to where their eyes are...
How To Make Self-Portraits: The Cheap And Easy Way
As some of you might now know, I am the kind of person that can be a perfectionist, but sometimes...
Photography Marketing: Make Sure You Have a Headshot Too!
As photographers, we often put the focus on our client's image, rather than our own. But having something as simple...
Photography Marketing: Preparing for Facebook’s New News Feed Algorithm
Last week, Facebook announced plans to change its News Feed algorithm. As with any change that Facebook makes, this was...
Portrait Tips: Make Clean Profiles
A classic pose you can use to add variety to every shoot is a profile. This is done with the...
Portrait Tips: Pose The Nose To Contain The Lobe
Anytime you turn your subject's face away from the camera, you run the risk of emphasizing the size of her...
Professional Color with Lightroom’s Camera Calibration
I started photography by shooting film in high school just before the turn of the century, and I don't miss...
Dorothea Lange’s Documentary Photos
I wanted to give you a little perspective on today's quote. Be sure to read Scott's article on her. Here's...
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Photography is all about creativity and… well, sometimes I get stuck because my creativity just isn’t flowing. Inspiration comes in many forms. This time, for me, it was in the free photo toolbox from Photofocus. Take a look at what

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Portrait Tips: Avoid creepy eyes

Anytime your subject is not facing directly into the camera you need to pay attention to where their eyes are looking and how they are framed in the eye sockets. Face over there, eyes over here Photographing a person’s profile

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Portrait Tips: Make Clean Profiles

A classic pose you can use to add variety to every shoot is a profile. This is done with the person’s face looking 90 degrees to the side of the camera so that you see only the outline of the

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Dorothea Lange’s Documentary Photos

I wanted to give you a little perspective on today’s quote. Be sure to read Scott’s article on her. Here’s an excerpt from a documentary about her work. Thanks to the Getty museum for posting :http://bit.ly/gettygoogleplus [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQPS3KI5-yM -A] Dorothea Lange’s

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Portrait Tips: Make Clean Profiles

A classic pose you can use to add variety to every shoot is a profile. This is done with the person’s face looking 90 degrees to the side of the camera so that you see only the outline of the

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Dorothea Lange’s Documentary Photos

I wanted to give you a little perspective on today’s quote. Be sure to read Scott’s article on her. Here’s an excerpt from a documentary about her work. Thanks to the Getty museum for posting :http://bit.ly/gettygoogleplus [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQPS3KI5-yM -A] Dorothea Lange’s

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