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8 New Year’s Resolutions To Improve Your Photography in 2017

For many photographers, late December is the time of year that is spent looking back at the year in photos, choosing the best, and deciding how to proceed with your craft in the weeks and months ahead.  Reviewing your photos is an important step in evaluating yourself as a photographer, and it can give you valuable insight into who you …

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Pluto Trigger Review

Sometime in the recent past, I came across an ad on social media that advertised the Pluto Trigger.  I am all about finding cool tools and accessories that might aid me in my photography ventures. I pulled up the website to see if this particular accessory was compatible with my Pentax.   After dancing around the computer for a few …

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Snapizzi – A Tool for Volume and Event Photographers

Event and volume photographers will tell you that after 4, 8 or even 10 hours on your feet taking pictures the hard work is when you get home and start sorting your pictures.  It can take 10 or more hours to cull and sort the images before they can be uploaded for the client.  Randy dela Fuente and his company …

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5 Actionable Steps To Improve Your Photography Next Year

‘Tis the season for making resolutions, affirmations and plans for the upcoming year.  There is something very exciting and almost rejuvenating about the idea of a fresh start in a new year.  The idea of the “failed” resolution is almost more common than the concept of resolutions themselves.  So, in today’s article, I plan to offer five concrete steps that …

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Peak Design Bag Review by Brian McGuckin

Last year I was on a hunt for the perfect camera bag for photographers.  Testing out bags from companies such as MindShift, ONA, WotanCraft, Saddleback, and many others, I was given a last minute messenger bag from Peak Design called the Everyday Messenger.  By now, I’m sure most of you are familiar with this bag that was designed with the …

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10 Tips for Cold Weather Photography

For those of us in the northern hemisphere, it is that time of year again.  The time when the earth’s axial tilt keeps the sun at a lower angle in the sky, the days are shorter, and the temptation to stay inside is greater.  When the temperatures drop and the cold wind is blowing, it can be difficult to get …