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Photography Tip: Become A Better Photographer By Slowing Down Your Sessions & Shoots
Are you ready to come back with more “keepers” from each photo session? Are you tired of weeding through tons of photos? Are you going to amazing venues only to get home and realize you missed out on the beauty and excitement? Here’s a tip…you need to slow down.
Beginner’s Guide to Photo Critique| Use This Checklist Before You Upload
The desire to share our photos is an innate piece of being a photographer. However, in a social media driven industry, we must remember to put our best work forward at all times. Here are a few quick reminders for you to think about before sharing your latest shots with the world!
Cold Weather Photography Tips | How to Defrost and Save a Frozen Camera
In this first video tutorial, we’re going to talk about what to do when you get frost on your camera when you shoot at night in extremely cold weather.
Aperture Priority vs. Shutter Priority vs. Manual Mode | Which is Best?
We’re going to take a closer look at the four main modes available on most cameras and discuss scenarios where each mode makes the most sense. Ready? Let’s dive in!
Why Auto-ISO + Manual Mode Is the Best Auto Exposure Mode
Many of you have and do use Shutter Priority or Aperture Priority on a consistent basis. But what if I told you that Auto ISO, when combined with Manual Mode is actually the best auto-exposure mode there is?
Using Strip Softboxes To Light A Dynamic Portrait | Andrea Belluso
In the Profoto sponsored video, Andrea Belluso shows you how he lights not only his subject, but an aircraft correctly in one frame with strip softboxes to create a dynamic portrait.
Using Flags To Control Light For Cinematic Style Images
Flags are great tools for shaping light in the the studio or out in the field, and can be used to shape light exactly how you want it for a more cinematic look to your images.
Creating A Storybook Image With Speedlights & Strobes| BTS With Joe McNally
Go behind the scenes with Joe McNally to see how a master of light creates a storybook image.