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Don’t Install “El Capitan” Today!

In Uncategorized by Jeff Harmon

Don’t install “El Capitan” today!  I am not saying this because I am the PC guy on the podcast, or because I hate Mac.  I am saying that if your business DEPENDS upon your Mac, and if you are a photographer how could it not, you should wait.  Specifically, if you use the recently released …

Photoshop 2015 (&CC) Announced with a Few New Features

In Uncategorized by Jim Harmer

Only a few seconds ago, Adobe announced a few new updates to Creative Cloud’s Lightroom and Photoshop programs.  Here’s a quick rundown of the changes. New Feature in Lightroom New “Dehaze” Slider Allows photographers to remove haze (fog) from photos, and appears to work remarkably well You can also add IN haze to a photo, but …

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18 Father’s Day Gifts for the Photo-Loving Dad

In Uncategorized by Jennie Harless

Father’s Day is just a few weeks away! Here are 18 Father’s Day gift ideas for your photo-loving dad. There’s something for every budget, and regardless of whether your dad shoots with his mobile phone, a point-and-shoot, or a DSLR, you’re bound to find something he’ll love.

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Planning a Multi-Stop Trip

In Uncategorized by traingeek

We are all busy these days, so it is important to use your time wisely when you’re out taking pictures. It’s especially important when you intend to shoot at multiple locations. There are a lot of things to consider:

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Spring Cleaning Your Gear

In Uncategorized by Jillybeanmi

Spring is a great time to not only clean your house, but also your photo gear. After all, weddings, senior and family shoots will soon be in high demand and you want to be prepared. For the most part, it’s recommended that you clean your lenses as little as possible to decrease the risk of …

Bad Reviews Scam?

In Uncategorized by Jeff Harmon

There appears to be a scam running in the United States right now specifically targeting photographers of all types.  The scam isn’t entirely consistent from photographer to photographer, but goes something like this: A seemingly random email inquires about your services A second seemingly unrelated email offering “reputation management services” encourages you to keep their …

Customize Your Bokeh!

In Uncategorized by Jeff Harmon

Did you know you can sort of “customize” the shape of the bokeh in your shots?  Me either.  Just ran across this today over at diyphotography.net and thought I would pass on the link.  Click here to checkout a very simple and cheap (nearly free) way to try something new. Can you imagine what Christmas …

9 Photographers Who Are Changing Photography

In Features, Photo Basics, Uncategorized by Kevin Reilly

Mainstream photography has been around for over 100 years and you might think it and the artists who practice it would be pretty well established by now. But there are always going to be a small number of artists who break the bounds of conventional thought, master the latest technical innovations and find new outlets …