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Leujay Cruz

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Leujay is a full time wedding photographer with Lin & Jirsa Photography and a freelance runway fashion photographer. He currently lives in Palm Desert with his wife and two dogs. When he's not enjoying quality family time he fancies himself as a work-in-progress world traveler.

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Insights & Thoughts
This year, we sent three teams out to WPPI - one to cover the show, one to glean all the info we could and the last to launch our new sister company.
Tips & Tricks
Michael Woloszynowicz of Fstoppers goes against the grain and gives us a very in depth start-to-finish portrait retouching executed completely in...
Tips & Tricks
Wedding season is winding down, at least the shooting part is. Now that the months of shooting are over, you’re left looking at all the images...
Gear & Apps
Have you outgrown your kit lens? Now that you're ready to buy a prime lens, should you go for a 35mm or a 50mm?
Tips & Tricks
Here are 5 tips on how to take some amazing firework photos.
Tips & Tricks
Whether it’s for yourself, a small studio, or a large studio, keep in mind these 5 things when transitioning from 2nd shooter to lead photographer.
With most of us carrying cell phones equipped with cameras, mobile photography has experienced a boom. Check out this video for tips on creating...
Tips & Tricks
Understanding these 3 characteristics of aperture will provide you with the tools to take advantage of how aperture sets us apart from the...
Gear & Apps
Using Kickstarter, Lomography releases its very first instant film camera, the Lomo ‘Instant Cam.
Current Events
Canon Australia experienced a 90% loss in profits from 2012 to 2013 and have laid off 10% of its staff.
As the peak of the wedding season approaches, like many wedding photographers, I find myself reaching to find every piece of inspiration I can. I...
Tips & Tricks
An image isn’t much without the emotions. There has to be a story. It has to drive interest and create questions for the viewer. Here are 5 ways...