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Natural Light Wednesday: Cole McDaniel Photography
In this week’s Natural Light Wednesday we share some tips for getting better natural light shots and feature the work of Memphis, TN photographer Cole McDaniel.
Tips for Better Food Photography
Have you ever seen a picture of food that just makes you drool? Have you ever tried to take pictures of food, but can’t get the result to look appetizing? Then you need to check out this great blog post over on Bumble and Light that is full of great tips to improve your food photography
Tips On How to Become a Better 2nd Shooter in Event and Wedding Photography
When it comes to wedding and event photography, you have to be on top of your game whether you are the first or second shooter. Communication, coordination, and quality technique will help carry you both work in synergy to create beautiful, unforgettable images for your clients.
Wedding Ring Photography Tip | Use Putty!
A lot of you guys have been asking how we get our rings to stand up in our Lin & Jirsa Photography wedding detail shots. In these shots, the groom’s ring is lying flat on the surface and the bride’s ring is standing up and pointing up to the heavens, showing off its glorious detail. So how do we keep the ring from falling over? The answer is simple.
39 BS-Free Tips To Change Your Photography Forever
I’ve always like Expert Photography’s straight-forward approach with their advice and this time, they came out with an excellent article…
5 Rules on Composition to Create More Compelling Photographs
Composition is what guides our eyes through a photograph and gives importance to the subject in relation to the rest of the photo. In this shooting tutorial, we will guide you through some of the most popular compositional rules and techniques to help you create more compelling photographs.
5 Tips on How to Hold Your Camera
This may be a topic that seems basic and easy to gloss over, but have you ever thought about to properly hold your camera? In this article we will be discussing 5 tips and tricks to help you get better and more stable shots while hand holding your camera.