Photo Tip Tuesday

Photo Tip Tuesday – Photographing Bald Subjects

Bald people can pose a bit of lighting difficulty for photographers due to the shine that can come off the skin in the studio. Below are 5 tips to help you photograph follicly-challenged subjects. Use anti-glare or deshine powder to avoid head glare Get some anti-glare powder for the skin to help remove unwanted highlights… Continue reading Photo Tip Tuesday – Photographing Bald Subjects

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Photo Tip Tuesday – Portrait Photography

Although many photographers upgrade to a pro-sumer DSLR to give them more control when they take family portraits or pictures of friends, getting great shots of people is always a challenge. Whether you’re taking portraits of your kids for the first day of school or capturing headshots of your colleagues for their work IDs, the… Continue reading Photo Tip Tuesday – Portrait Photography

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Photo Tip Tuesday – Macro Photography

Macro photography is a style of photography that magnifies the smallest parts of the world around us. It is generally recognized as "macro" when you are increasing the size of an object in your picture from about half life-sized, as represented on the image sensor, to five times life-sized. Embrace the Bokeh When shooting macro… Continue reading Photo Tip Tuesday – Macro Photography

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Photo Tip Tuesday – Where To See (and Photograph) Fall Foliage Across the Country

This Friday – September 22nd – marks the first day of fall… my favorite season! Fall colors can be very different from place to place. Some areas will have a very short color-changing season of a week or less, while elsewhere, it can last nearly a month. Every location will produce different colors, depending on… Continue reading Photo Tip Tuesday – Where To See (and Photograph) Fall Foliage Across the Country

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Photo Tip Tuesday – How To Capture Fall Foliage

Autumn is a great opportunity for all photographers to make some really colorful and outstanding photographs. There are few subjects as universally inspiring as fall foliage. If you give the trees some dramatic lighting and think carefully about framing and composition, you’re on the right track to making a great photo that doesn't just rely… Continue reading Photo Tip Tuesday – How To Capture Fall Foliage

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Photo Tip Tuesday – Product Photography

It’s no secret that photographs play a huge part in whether or not you are going to be successful selling online through sites such as eBay and Etsy; they can literally make or break a sale. A perfectly good item with terrible pictures will sit with no sale while the exact same item offered by… Continue reading Photo Tip Tuesday – Product Photography

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Photo Tip Tuesday – Free Photo Editing Websites

Although most photographers try to get "the shot" straight out of the camera (also called SOOC), sometimes you may want to tweak your image in post-production. Whether you want to darken the highlights, add HDR (High Dynamic Range) or remove an unplanned object from the image (like a bird flying by), there are several free… Continue reading Photo Tip Tuesday – Free Photo Editing Websites