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Adding people in your architecture photography
Adding a human element to your architecture photographs can help to show the scale of a building. It can also...
Achieve ideal sharpness in your viewfinder
It's easy to adjust your camera if your viewfinder looks blurry. Next to your viewfinder, you'll see a small wheel...
Make your client feel at ease with a smile
There's one simple trick I was taught several years ago, to help a client feel at ease. We all know...
Select the right prop to create a new look or mood
A quick tip on how to select the right prop to create a new look or mood
Think twice before deleting a photo
A quick tip to think twice before deleting a photo.
Quick Tip: Save time, crop in camera
A quick tip to save time by cropping in camera.
Quick Tips: Dedicate a memory card to one photoshoot
A quick tip on dedicating a memory card to one shoot.
Quick Tip: Take the safe shots, then get creative
A quick tip to take the safe shots first, then get creative.
Quick Tip: Create a rule for when to delete or keep a photo
A quick tip for creating a rule for when to delete or keep a photo.
Quick Tip: Create a shot list
A quick tip on creating a shot list
Quick Tip: Create a new copyright preset every year
It’s a good idea to create a new copyright preset at the end of each year — but don’t just...
Quick Tip: Budget in an equipment fee
My trusted Nikon D700 shutter died after 149,652 photos. The shutter needed to be replaced at a cost of about...

Achieve ideal sharpness in your viewfinder

It’s easy to adjust your camera if your viewfinder looks blurry. Next to your viewfinder, you’ll see a small wheel — this is called a diopter. With a lens cap on your lens, mount your tripod and then look through

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Make your client feel at ease with a smile

There’s one simple trick I was taught several years ago, to help a client feel at ease. We all know that portrait subjects can sometimes get nervous or overthink their appearance. Every photographer has a primary eye — left or

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Quick Tip: Budget in an equipment fee

My trusted Nikon D700 shutter died after 149,652 photos. The shutter needed to be replaced at a cost of about $200. Not bad, but it got me thinking — how many images did I take at the several FREE sporting

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Quick Tip: Budget in an equipment fee

My trusted Nikon D700 shutter died after 149,652 photos. The shutter needed to be replaced at a cost of about $200. Not bad, but it got me thinking — how many images did I take at the several FREE sporting

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Quick Tip: Try fog in a can

Using a fog machine indoors — especially in a small, unvented room — can be challenging. On your next shoot, try Atmosphere Aerosol, a.k.a. Fog in a Can. Atmosphere Aerosol looks like hairspray, but without the choking fumes. It enables photographers to add

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