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The Photographer’s Guide to Boston

From a photography perspective, Boston has something for everyone.  It is a city rich with history, scenic skyline views to satisfy wide-angle photographers, and expressive people (both visually and conversationally…) to satisfy a street photographer.  For those planning a visit, let this article being a detailed guide for your Boston photography excursion.   Getting Around   By Car   For …

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A Beginner’s Guide to Using Light Painting In Your Photography

Light painting is a great way to add interest and drama to low-light images.  Photographers of all levels are always looking for that little extra ‘something’ to push their images to the next level. Light painting is a technique that can do just that.  The really nice things about light painting is that it can be done with basic gear, …

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Vanguard VEO AM-264TR Monopod Review

I recently contacted Vanguard US about testing some of the monopods they manufacture.  My plan was simple.  One high end monopod and one low end monopod. INTRODUCTION I would imagine that a lot of photographers do not think about monopods. Fact is there are a lot of us that probably never, ever need a monopod. If we do, then most …

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How to Use Squarespace Commerce to Sell Your Photography

Deciding which website platform to use to host your photography portfolio can be a tough decision.  Once you add an online store into the mix, the process can become even more complicated.  About a year and a half ago, I was given a one year subscription to a Squarespace account as a gift so that my photos would finally have …

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10 Tips for Phenomenal Concert Photography

As both a musician and a photographer, I have spent an extensive amount of time photographing at various types of concerts.  This article is going to offer a number of suggestions to improve your concert photography in a wide variety of situations.  Much of this article will include information related to a concert I was fortunate enough to photograph just …