Preparation is everything when shooting a wedding because there are no re-dos. Here are 5 top tips for getting ready for the big day.
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Here are 10 helpful ideas for the photographer(s) on your gift list!
Getting great sound quality is paramount to a successful interview. In this article, Jeff walks you through the considerations involved in deciding what gear is best for you and why.
There are lots of clients out there who might be a great match for you, but you just might not know about them. One way to connect with them is with a listing in a photographer directory.
Through a series of simple exercises, you can understand how to expose correctly using your flash.
Creative people PRACTICE creativity. Here are some tips for staying inspired when you’re feeling in a slump.
LinkedIn is the only social media platform devoted to business to business (B2B) networking, making it a natural place for photographers to find clients and for them to find you.
Keywording is an easy task to do each time you edit or add image files and if we integrate the task into our everyday workflow, finding any file you want becomes a piece of cake.
For composite and cinematic portraits, using a tripod allows you to create special effects and do other types of experimentation.
This article will help you understand the value of registering your work and give you the confidence to complete the process yourself.
Learn the basics of audio for video, including what sound is and how it’s recorded digitally, the variety of microphones available, line level vs. mic level, and in-camera vs. external “second-system” sound.
There are times when a tripod can be a real asset to a portrait photographer. But it has to be a GOOD tripod and you need to know how, and when, to use it!