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39 Things To Put On Your Photography Bucket List

I’m addicted to bucket lists.  I made one when I was 16 and it has made a big impact in my life.  A lot of my goals are photography-centric, which got me thinking about putting together a bucket list for photographers.  Here are some things that should be on your photography bucket list. Photograph Iceland in a camper van for …

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Cerevo Livewedge: In-depth Review

Almost everything we do on ImprovePhotography.com is about still photography, but today’s post is more relevant to media creators, which applies to only a subset of our audience. For years I’ve been interested in setting up a live switching studio in my office so that I can accomplish multiple camera angles when I’m doing tutorials for the Improve Photography Youtube …

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How to Clean an Image Sensor: The extreme test!

If you are noticing dust spots on your photos, it’s probably time to clean the image sensor on your camera.  Some photographers pay $70 for Canon or Nikon to clean the camera, but I personally think that’s a gigantic waste of money.  Cleaning an image sensor is very easy, and if you follow the directions and use the right materials, …

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Vallerret Photography Gloves Review

I was sent a pair of Vallerret Photography gloves from one of the owners of the company who listens to our podcast and just wanted to give you all a quick review of what I thought of them. Features The two things that make these gloves especially suitable for photographers is: (1) Each glove has a small zippered pocket for …

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12 Reasons to Consider the Yuneec Typhoon H (And NOT a DJI drone!)

This is an exciting year for aerial drone photography.  DJI has owned drone photography for the last several years, but now competitors like Yuneec and 3D Robotics are giving them a run for their money with more feature-rich drones.  The most interesting development of 2016 in the drone war will be when heavyweight GoPro announces its upcoming drone. Oh, and …

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Real Estate Photography Pricing: How much should you charge?

A basic real estate photography shoot from a professional photography generally costs anywhere between $110 and $300 per shoot for photos only (no video).  Notice I said “from a professional photographer.”  There are always new photographers who are willing to test the waters in real estate for $80 or so, but most real estate agents tire of the issues that …