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Quick Tips to Using a Reflector


When asked what the most important element is in creating a great portrait, most photographers will always say light. Sure, having an engaging subject and an awesome location helps, but when it boils down to it, the light will make or break an image. One of the most versatile and inexpensive tools for manipulating light […] Read More

Photoshop Quick Tip: Turn Your Logo Into a Brush Preset


Are you one of those people who apply their logo or watermark to an image via Photoshop? If so, what method do you use? For years I would go through the menu, click "Place Image", scroll through 100's of images on my computer, select my watermark, and finally place it onto the image after resizing […] Read More

When’s the Last Time You Used Your Modeling Light?

Modeling LIght

When you are working with strobes, one of the downsides is not being able to visualize how your light is going to fall on your subject. Almost all modern strobes have modeling lights built in that will allow you the opportunity to see what you are going to get lighting wise before you take a […] Read More

How To: Remove Location Information From Photos


I can probably name 100 reasons why someone would want to remove the location information from their photos. Not only would you preferably want to remove location information from your professional photos, but probably some of your iPhone photos too. You may not want people tracking down your whereabouts or even your own home address […] Read More

10 Tax Deductions For Photographers


Well, it is that time of year again. The one we all know and love as Tax Time. As photographers, it is especially important to take full advantage of tax deductions. Educating yourself about these deductions is probably thee most important tool you can have when it comes time to file. Be sure that you […] Read More