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Jim Harmer’s Lighting In A Flash Video Workshop Review

There is so much to learn about the world of photography, and there might be ten times as many photographers out there teaching about any given subject related to photography, it can be confusing at times to pick a book, a video, a workshop. I recently watched Jim Harmer’s “Lighting In A Flash” video workshop and here is my review. …

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10 Simple Tips for Better Parade Photos

Who doesn’t love parade? Here in the U.S., it seems like we will use any excuse for a parade. Just in my area alone, we have parades for Mardi Gras, St. Patrick’s Day, Independence Day, Halloween, Christmas, and certain sporting events. Parades are colorful, festive, and full of activity. In other words, they are great opportunities for photography! Here are …

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ND Filters – 30 Filters Reviewed and Compared

I am going to jump right in to the nuts & bolts of this review, without a lot of explanation about what a Neutral Density filter actually is.  If you aren’t familiar with ND filters, my ND 101 article would be a great place to start.  The main goal for this article is to provide unbiased, real-world examples of each filter, …

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Fuji XT2: The complete review with everything we know so far

  The Fuji XT2 was just announced, and I’ve gotta say that this is going to be the camera to have.  It’s faster, full of pixels, and promises to autofocus like lightning. This post will be updated on an hourly/daily basis over the next few months as details are revealed about this camera. I haven’t had my hands on a …

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9 Post Processing Tricks To Improve & Correct Your Images

Post Processing your digital images is, in many ways, like problem solving. Actually, in photography, the entire process of image creation is pretty much an entire problem solving exercise from start to finish. When shooting, we have to get the exposure correct. “Are my highlights going to be clipped?” “Will I have detail in my shadows?” “Is the lighting correct …

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Post-Wedding Workflow: The System That Won’t Make You Crazy Part 2

A couple of weeks ago, I published Part 1 of my Post-Wedding Workflow advice.  Part 1 covered everything from backing up and organizing yourself to editing and blogging weddings.  This week, I want to continue with this workflow advice by talking about how I deliver images to my clients, how I deal with product orders and the delivery of those …