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How To Take Professional Portraits With Limited Time
You’ve got the biggest and most high pressure shoot of your career, and you’ve got less than 10 minutes to get the shot! Now what? Here are some tips to help you take professional images with extremely limited time.
Why You Should Use A Shotlist For Corporate Events
The shot-list, a seemingly small part of the day that we seem to forget for shoots once too often. Even I have to admit to using them too sparsely. As a reminder to myself and to you, here is a shot-list for all your future corporate event shoots.
5 Tips For Taking Great Family Photographs At Home
A family portrait session at home can be an exciting but also a daunting proposition, but with a bit of thought and preparation, you can learn to make the most of any home environment.
How Photographers Can Maximize Their Social Media Impact
Before you invest time and energy into creating tons of online content to promote your photography business, it’s essential to get the big picture clear first!
5 Ways To Strengthen Client Communication & Resolve Shoot Concerns
Develop a strong rapport with your clients and strengthen your line of communication by building trust through your work.
6 Steps to Planning a Photo Shoot — Be Your Own Art Director Series Part 1
Have you ever had a grand concept for a photo shoot but weren’t quite sure how to go about executing it? This is part one of a five-part series on being your own art director. Today we’re talking about planning the shoot.
Stock Photography; Timing Submissions for Peak Consumer Interest
As a stock photographer, one of the hardest yet most important things to manage is timing submissions for peak consumer…