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How to Photograph Families with Young Children It can be quite challenging to do family portrait sessions. Not only do you need to worry about the technical aspects of the session, but you also have to worry about getting the kids to cooperate with you! Yet family...read more
Lightroom Classic vs. Lightroom CC Lightroom Classic vs. Lightroom CC: Which one is right for you? Well, a lot depends on how you like to store and share your photos. Lightroom started off as a desktop cataloging and editing program that premiered in 2007. When Adobe...read more
How to Change Shutter Speed On a Canon, Nikon, or Sony If you’re confused about how to change the shutter speed on your camera, you’re not alone. Camera manuals are hard to understand because they’re filled with jargon. Most cameras aren’t intuitive for users either....read more
Lightroom vs Photoshop: Which One Should I Choose? If you're looking for the right editing program, Lightroom and Photoshop should be at the top of your list. These programs are preferred by professional photographers all over the world. While you can edit photos with...read more
How to Import Lightroom Presets“How do I import presets into Lightroom?” is a question I definitely get asked a lot. What makes it even more confusing is that there are different versions of Lightroom. And these versions handle importing Presets in a slightly...read more
Have you ever ‘ooh’ed’ and ‘ahh’ed’ at photos that show the movement of traffic on a busy street at night? Marveled at how the water in seascapes and waterfalls looks soft and dream-like in certain images? Or maybe you’ve gasped at the images of fireworks captured in the night sky? None of these cool effects are photoshop magic!.read more
How to Freeze Motion in Your Photos Like a Pro There are few things more frustrating than reviewing your photos after a shoot… and finding that most of them turned out blurry. Has that happened to you? You might blame yourself for not having your subject in focus. Or...read more
Ever see a 'signature' or logo on a photo that identifies the photographer of the image? That's a watermark! A watermark is a digital signature (or logo) that identifies you as the creator of an image. Watermarks are important for two reasons: 1) They send a message...read more
Firework photography produces amazing photographs that capture the viewer and the photographer alike. It can seem a little tricky but with the right tools and tricks, you can capture the colors and shapes in the sky that happen on some of our favorite holidays & celebrations.read more
We’re celebrating Black History Month with a tribute to six pioneering African American photographers. Among these men, two won Pulitzer Prizes for journalism. Others created successful studios that captured a rising black middle class in the early 20th century.read more