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How to Use Flambient Photography in Real Estate

Have you ever marveled over stunning real estate photographs and wondered how the photographer pulled off such an image?

Try as you might with the HDR technique, you may find yourself scratching your head as to how they got these stunning results. It’s probably because the photographer went a step further with the flambient photography method.

To help you take your Real Estate images to the next level, let’s look at how to use flambient photography in Real Estate!

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How to Photograph Indoor Sports

Photographing indoor sports can be a huge challenge. There’s all that fast action and energy you’re trying to capture and you’re severely limited on where you can position your camera. And while the court seems brightly lit, you quickly realize that it’s not when looking through the viewfinder of your camera.

So how do you get crisp, well-lit images that capture the energy and excitement of indoor sports? Read on for our top tips on how to photograph indoor sports!

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How to Choose the Right Monitor for Photo Editing

Every photographer knows the importance of a good camera and a good lens. But there is one more piece of technology that is crucial to creating amazing images.

Your computer monitor.

All the amazing editing techniques in the world won’t do you any good if you can’t see how your edits affect your image.

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How to Photograph Food Professionally

Has your mouth ever watered when looking at a photograph of food? Maybe you’ve been frustrated that your attempts at food photography don’t turn out similarly.

There are a lot of things to think about when photographing food. So let’s take a quick look at how to photograph food professionally.

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How To Photograph An Event

Photographing events can be so much fun! When you prepare for the challenges that the event might bring, you will be able to feel in control of the situation.

Read this Blog to get the basics of how to photograph an event.

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How to Take Payment as a Photographer

You like getting paid for your work, right? However, many photographers find it uncomfortable to talk money with their clients.

There are many convenient ways of taking payment that take the awkwardness out of showing up to a session and asking your client to pay you before you can get started. Let’s take a look at what you should know!

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How-To Photograph Lightning

You’ve seen an amazing lightning photograph, right? Wouldn’t it be awesome to get one of your own?

Read on to learn about the equipment and techniques you’ll need to photograph lightning!

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How to Get Good Bokeh With a Kit Lens

What is the most obvious difference between a portrait taken by a pro photographer and a casual one?
The pro photographer’s image will be more blurry.

It’s true that more expensive lenses will create creamier bokeh. However, you can capture beautiful bokeh with a kit lens!

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