Monthly Archives: November 2017

5 Tips for Mastering Shadows in Your Photography

The quality of light and shadows make for a dramatic image.

Do not fear the shadows in your photography. Here are 5 tips to embrace and master shadows and to help you create more dramatic images.

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Keep Taking Pictures After Sunset!

Be patient. Continue snapping after sunset. (older article but still relevant)

Every once in awhile I find myself somewhere where there is a large number of people watching a sunset – and where there are people watching a sunset, there are people taking photos of it. One interesting trend that I have noticed over the years is that as soon as the sun drops below the horizon, everyone puts their cameras away. That’s it – show’s over – good job nature, nothing more to see here. We all love a good sunset – but the best photos can often be captured after sunset – so in this article I want to

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6 Tips for Mastering Your Lenses

Try these techniques to understand your lenses. Zooming with your feet helps you understand your focal length but it doesn’t help with background compression for portraits.

Before you run out and buy a new lens for your kit – here are 6 tips to help you spend some time mastering your lenses and save some money.

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Simple Tips for Positioning Your Portrait Subject to Leverage Natural Light

Making the most of natural light during portrait shoots.

Here are some simple and practical tips to help you understand and leverage natural light for your portraits so you get the best results.

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