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Ten More Post Processing Tips & Tricks

Some Tips & Tricks To Improve Your Post Production Workflow Post processing digital images in Lightroom & Photoshop to many photographers is a great way to make our digital images as best as they can be. From a simple crop to complex luminosity masking techniques, there are always tips and tricks to be learned along the way that make it …

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Pet Photography Tips From A Veterinary Technician

Remember that old commercial for hair replacement, where the guy said: “I’m not just the president of Hair Club For Men, I’m also a client”? If not, then perhaps you’re just not as old as me. My point is that when it comes to Pet Photography…well, I’m not just a photographer, I’m also a Veterinary Technician with over 20 years …

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Photography Burnout: What it Is and How to Recover

I think if you perform any activity with any consistency at all, you will eventually get burned out on it. This can happen no matter how much you love that activity—even photography. Ironically, the love for photography can cause you to experience burnout sooner because it can get to the point where it seems your life is revolving around photography. …

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7 Parts to a Successful Team and Individual Photography Business

So you love sports and you are looking to expand your sports photography business?  A great option is to add Team and Individual pictures to your product offerings.  This is a very fun and profitable volume business.  To do this you need to know how to get started and be organized. Create your packages First thing that needs to be …

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ND Filters 101: 8 Things You Need to Know

Photographers LOVE jargon and fancy terms.  Virtually every photographer is a creative soul, looking for a way to express the way we see the world.  My guess is that about 98 percent of us are also a bit of a technology geek.  We photographers tend to like the technical side of our camera gear, and the “sciencey” side of capturing images. …