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How To Fix Your Camera’s Autofocus System In 10 Minutes
It’s time to stop taking blurry photos! Today we look at an easy way anyone can fix their cameras autofocus…
Tips and Tricks To Get Through A Day of Corporate Portraits
In this post, we’ll go over some tips & tricks to help you get through a long day of corporate headshots.
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!
What is “Exposing to the Left” and Should You Do It? Understanding Exposure Part 2
You’ll be amazed at how much time you can save if you combine this exposure tip with those we shared in Part One, and it works regardless of the camera you use. Check out Part Two (of Two) in our exposure series.
Get Perfect In-Camera Exposures with These 3 (Overlooked) Tips: Part One
Never struggle with camera exposure again with these 3 tips from Part One of our Exposure Guide!
5 Key Concepts From Annie Leibovitz’s MasterClass on the Art of the Photo
In her MasterClass, photography icon Annie Leibovitz shares her unique insight into the art of photography. Here are 5 key concepts from the class that photographers can (and should) apply directly to their own photographic journey.
How to Remove Light Stands via Compositing in Less than 2 Minutes
I’m going to show you a simple Photoshop compositing technique that you can use to remove light stands from your images in less than two minutes.
Photographers Critique Their Own Images In This New Video from Mango Street
In this video by Mango Street, Rachel and Daniel decided to do a critique on one of their most recent photoshoots. They go over all of the things they like, as well as all of the things they would have done differently if they had more time, more space, and a little more sun to work with.