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12 DIY Photography Gear Alternatives To Save You Money
Let’s face it, buying photography equipment can add up easily. It’s usually not a good sign when your memory card wallet has more content than your actual wallet. So to take a break from all the gear lust barrage that we had during Photokina week, take a look at Expert Photography’s 10 DIY Photography Projects to Save You Money.
How To Save Space After Updating Photoshop (And other Adobe Products)
In this video, you’ll learn where Adobe keeps its old setting files and how to clean them up to free up some extra space on your PC or Mac
10 Angles That Will Bring Your Interviews To The Next Level
In this post, we will go over ten different angles that you can use when shooting interviews. You can think of it as a personal cheat sheet for interviews.
Camera Sales See Largest Drop In Years Due To Coronavirus
According to this latest report from Stackline, camera sales have dropped by a staggering 64% making it the 3rd most declining industry for online sales!
How to Create Burning Skin in Photoshop This Halloween
With Halloween just around the corner, this may be a fun trick to try if you aren’t in the mood…
How to Replace a Backdrop in Photoshop in 3 Minutes
Sometimes the plain backdrop in the studio just does not cut it, so today I want to show you how to replace a plain backdrop with a gorgeous, intricate hand-painted backdrop in minutes.
Save Money and Be Creative with 7 DIY Photography Hacks
Love a good old do it yourself project? Check out these seven DIY photography hacks to help you save some money and explore your creativity.
Crop vs Full Frame: A Valid Rant
Jeff Guyer, an Atlanta GA based photographer, details his recent troubles with uneducated clients deciding not to work with him based on him using a crop body and not a full frame body. After venting his frustrations on the subject Jeff makes the great point that while it may be tempting to get a full frame camera (before you can really afford it) in order to “qualify” for all jobs, in the end it really is the quality of your work that will get you jobs not the gear that you use.