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How to Photograph Fireworks Like A Pro

How to Photograph Fireworks Like A Pro

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.

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How to Photograph the Moon for Astonishing Results

How to Photograph the Moon for Astonishing Results

Photographing the moon can be intimidating at first but once you get it down, you’re in for an incredibly rewarding experience every photographer should strive for. One of the first steps to getting a perfect moon photo is planning when to venture out for your photos and knowing what scenarios will produce the desired results.

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Crop Sensor vs Full Frame

Crop Sensor vs Full Frame

Full Frame vs Crop Sensor Cameras : Which is Right For You?Crop sensor or full-frame sensor? New and experienced photographers alike often struggle the question of which sensor format is better. Well, the truth is that one type of sensor isn't necessarily...

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How To Break The Ice (Before Photo Shoot)

How To Break The Ice (Before Photo Shoot)

Getting your portrait taken is an extremely vulnerable position to be in.

It can be stressful, uncomfortable and frankly quite intimidating. Whether you’re shooting a senior portrait, corporate headshot or a big time celebrity, we all have our insecurities.

It’s your job as the photographer to recognize that, disarm the situation and get your subjects having fun.

Here are five things you can do to make your clients feel more comfortable (and take amazing photos of them)

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Which Camera and Lens Should I Buy?

Which Camera and Lens Should I Buy?

“Which camera and lens should I buy?” I get asked this question ALL THE TIME…

I usually tell them it’s not about the camera or lens. It’s about understanding how to use the equipment, taking manual control, and capturing the images as you intended.

It’s not the camera that makes a great photo. It’s the mind of the photographer.

I guarantee you that a seasoned photographer could be given any consumer-level DSLR camera that was made in the last 5 years, and we would take photos that could easily be featured on the cover of a magazine or on a billboard ad. Regardless of which camera was in our hands.

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