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Photography Tutorials


I am always a huge fan of the work Aaron Nace does over at Phlearn. If you do not already know, Phlearn is a place to go for Photoshop and photography tutorials. Aaron puts together some free tutorials generally on a weekly basis but they also have "Pro" tutorials which are great for those needing […] Read More

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

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: Increase Your Facebook Engagement Over 200%


Have you taken a look at a competitors Facebook page and saw that maybe one of their posts got a TON of interaction? Believe it or not, there is science behind it. And thanks to the information below, you can have posts like that too. Facebook is probably thee single biggest marketing tool among photographers. […] 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

Social Media Meta Tags: Why You Should Use Them


Believe it or not, there is such a thing as social media meta tags. And no, they are not useless. Most of you probably know that meta information is data embedded on your site for use by search engines, web browsers, and various other online services. The use of meta data makes it extremely easy […] Read More

How-To: Setup A Professional Email Address Through Gmail


I think we have all done it at some point; Used an email address like myphotographybusiness@hotmail.com. Am I right? Well, it obviously looks a lot less professional than we would like. Clients generally would be more attracted to an email address like info@myphotography.com as it not only looks more professional, but it is also easier […] Read More