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Portrait Tips: The solution to the Cuteness Zone
How to sync adjustments in Luminar 3
Portrait Tips: How do you develop a style? Play more
How Do You Photograph LED Holiday Lights?
Using 2 Cameras? Make It Easy: Sync the Time
Photofocus Photowalk: Lighting Up the Night in Chicago with Levi Sim & David Crewe
Quick Time Sync Idea for Multiple Cameras
Blurry Pictures Feel More Genuine, and Photoshop Can Help
How to: Make Magic with a Flash and Rear Sync
Going Mobile with Lightroom Mobile
3-2-1 Backup for Photographers

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Using 2 Cameras? Make It Easy: Sync the Time

It is a tragedy to not make a picture because you don’t want to deal with post production. Yet, many photographers have exactly this feeling–that photography has become a burden. Here’s an idea to help make using two or more

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Quick Time Sync Idea for Multiple Cameras

As a wedding photographer, I have plenty of cameras to keep track of. Usually at least two are mine, at least two are my second shooter’s, and occasionally I have an intern along as well. That means there are a

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How to: Make Magic with a Flash and Rear Sync

The most powerful flash setting you have is the one that controls when your flash fires. This setting works for your pop-up flash, for a speedlight on your camera, and for any off-camera light you’re controlling. It’s called Rear Sync,

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Going Mobile with Lightroom Mobile

I like being productive: fixing things, cleaning rooms, building up cities, conquering countries, culling pictures. I like comfy things: beds, couches, car seats, fluffy stuff, shoes, pillows. So, what if… one could be productive AND comfortable!? With Lightroom Mobile, you

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3-2-1 Backup for Photographers

How much are your photos worth? Can you afford to lose them all and start over? 3-2-1 Backup for Photographers is a foolproof way to ensure this will never happen to you.

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These photos are controversial? Give me a break …

By now you have probably read about the that’s-not-the-cover-photo-we-agreed-on uproar on Photofocus, social media, on TV and on newspaper websites. Read The New York Times critic’s notebook. This is such a non-story that I am having a difficult time believing

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Dreaming of California in retro pastel hues

Nostalgia is a major creative driver and source of inspiration for many photographers, especially today. As travel restrictions due to the pandemic continue, many of us are compelled to look back at some of our most memorable and scenic travels.

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Long exposure tricks: Use a low camera angle

While there has yet to be a true “dump” of snow in West Michigan, I went back and looked at some older photos recently, pulling up this photograph from Fallasburg Bridge in Lowell, MI. Utilizing a NiSi 10-stop neutral density

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11 tips to take better portraits, part one

Portrait photography is getting more and more popular professionally, with photographers using high-tech gear such as DSLR and mirrorless cameras to achieve stunning results. But even the ordinary person can use their smartphone or an entry-level camera to create portraits

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