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iPhone RAW Photos – Now It’s For Real

If you’ve read my previous articles, you will know that I am a big fan of mobile phone photography. Or, perhaps you have seen some of my iPhone photos in those articles and not even realized that they weren’t taken with a “pro”, interchangeable lens camera. The “camera in your pocket” can be a very powerful tool that should not …

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Jim Harmer’s Block Method Composition Tutorial Review

When it comes to the technical aspects of photography, there are a lot. Proper exposure, depth of field, composition. A quick Google search on just composition can make anyone’s head spin. That same search lists articles listing anywhere from 10 to 20 different rules and techniques. A recent addition to the Improve Photography Plus library of instructional videos is Jim …

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5 Steps to a Successful Commercial Photography Business

It’s December and for many photographers whose business is based on portrait or weddings the next couple of months could be what is known as “The slow season.”  With the right kind of marketing you could turn the slow season into steady income if you consider Commercial Photography.  Commercial photography covers a few sub categories such as Headshots, Food (Restaurants) …

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25 Mistakes All Photographers Make (and don’t want to admit)

Let’s face it, we all make mistakes.  That is one of those inevitable facts of life.  We all know it, but generally don’t like to admit it.  My assumption is that if you are reading this, you are a photographer.  At least in some capacity.  To some, photography is your profession.  For many others, it is a hobby and perhaps …