The Best Lightroom Export Settings for Instagram and Facebook | Quick Reference
Lightroom offers simple solutions for exporting your images to share on social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook. Here’s how to do it.
Tips for Photographing Your Own Children
I thought I would share some of the most common tips that I give to my students when they ask me for advice on photographing their own children. By the way, these tips apply to all types of cameras, so no need for a fancy expensive camera to apply these guiding principles!
Free Stock Photos! A Short List of Free Stock Image Sites [Updated]
There has been a rise in websites that offer high quality, professional stock imagery that are for the most part completely free or fall under creative commons public domain licensing.
5 Tips for Choosing the Perfect Slideshow Music
As a photographer, your images represent your voice, and a slideshow is a great way to make a statement with your photos! It’s crucial that you pair your pics with the best soundtrack possible, so we’ve put together five tips for to help you choose the perfect slideshow music!
20 Photos That Will Make You See Negative Space Differently
Looking to spice up your images with a unique perspective? Check out some of our talented community features from our #NegativeSpaceChallenge in our Master Lighting & Off-Camera Flash Facebook group.
How to Take Creative Wedding Photos Using a Tilt-Shift
There comes a time in every wedding photographer’s journey when complacency sets in. After years of shooting weddings over and over again, it’s easy to get stuck in a rut. That’s when trying new techniques and tools might help you to feel inspired again. One way that I found that creative spark was by using a tilt-shift lens during wedding photos. Check out this article to find out how I’ve used a tilt-shift lens to create unique photos.
How to Create Incredible Black & White Images in Lightroom (and Make Your Own Presets) | Quick Reference
Using Lightroom’s standard black & white conversion profile as a base, we’re going to show you how to create incredible black & white images with a few simple tweaks (which you can then use to create your own preset)!