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6 Tips For Balancing Photography And Life

In Features, Uncategorized by Stanley Harper

Every so often, across photography groups, I see the same question pop up. “I work full time, I have a family, and I cannot find time for my photography” or something similar. If you are in this boat, hopefully this article will give you some ideas that will help you out. ABOUT ME I do …

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Celebrate National Taco Day!

In Uncategorized by Jeff Harmon

October 4th is National Taco Day here in the United States.  First priority today is to figure out where you can get yourself some free tacos today, but right after that we think you should celebrate by subscribing and sharing the Photo Taco Photography Podcast her on the Improve Photography Network! You can catch today’s …

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macOS Sierra Troubles with Lr 5?

In Uncategorized by Jeff Harmon

The newest version of Apple’s macOS, called Sierra, is being released on 9/20/2016 and if you run an older version of Lightroom you may want to hold off on applying the update.  Beta testers have seen issues running Lightroom 5 on the new OS in the late stages. Update: Our friend the Lightroom Queen (Victoria …

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Photographers Virtual Assistant

In Uncategorized by Jesse Park

What benefits does a VA bring? As every experienced photographer knows, the only way to make a living is having the opportunity to take photos. If you’re too busy answering questions, scheduling or handling billing, that time is eaten up so quickly. Have you ever sat down to design an album, or plan a family …

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5 Ways that Fear Inhibits Your Photography

In Uncategorized by Mark Morris

For starters, this is not your typical ‘how to improve a specific thing in your photography’ type of article.  I do feel strongly, however, that this topic is one that is very important for creatives of all sorts to wrestle with, so I decided to go out on a limb, and share an experience from …

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Cerevo Livewedge: In-depth Review

In Uncategorized by Jim Harmer

Almost everything we do on ImprovePhotography.com is about still photography, but today’s post is more relevant to media creators, which applies to only a subset of our audience. For years I’ve been interested in setting up a live switching studio in my office so that I can accomplish multiple camera angles when I’m doing tutorials …