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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 …

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In-Depth Review: Think Tank Retrospective Lens Changer 3

Retrospective Lens Changer 3 The Retrospective Lens Changer 3 is a bag that I have needed for ever!  It’s a dedicated lens carrier with three cylindrical storage areas to hold lenses.  I absolutely love that I can store my 70-200, 100-400 and my 16-35 in this bag, have it with me for an event, but not necessarily carry it around …

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21 Travel Photography Accessories for the Serious Photographer

Travel photography is my favorite kind of photography.  Let’s face it, unless you are a portrait photographer, the majority of your shooting probably occurs when you travel and there are so many tools out there that can help you get better shots, make traveling more convenient and encourage you to shoot more when you travel.  I have done photography in …

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Lightroom Folders vs. Collections: A Simple Explanation

Anyone who uses Lightroom knows that it is an incredibly powerful image editing tool.  However, the post-processing features in the software are only half the package.  Lightroom is also great for keeping images organized.  Still, understanding and harnessing the full potential of Lightroom organization can be confusing at best.  Why are there Folders and Collections?  What is the difference and …

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BLACKRAPID Double Breathe Camera Holder Review

  Photography doesn’t involve one camera body with one lens.  If it did, traveling through TSA would be a whole lot easier! But isn’t having all the gear part of the fun?   Since most shoots often require a variety of lens types, many of us find ourselves either switching lenses too often or switching back and forth between cameras …

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16 Tips For Marketing Senior Portrait Photography

The lucrative market of senior photography can be quite rewarding for photographers. How to break into the senior photography market though can be a mystery though. Here are fifteen tips that you can use to break into it. GIVE AWAY A FREE SESSION My first senior session was a free session. The session was for a nephew of mine. That …

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12 Tips for Advanced Landscape Photography Compositions

At some point in our progression as landscape photographers, we need to gain a greater understanding of composition if we want our photography to continue to improve. The first composition tip any photographer will typically learn is that of the Rule of Thirds, which states that you should place the interesting elements of your photo on imaginary grid lines that …