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10 of the best photography articles you should have read by now

 ARTICLE #1 10 Upgrades for 2019By David DucheminBrief Description: This is a must read to kick off your year the right way. If you’ve wondered whether your gear needs an upgrade, then think again. Here is an article that’ll tell you how to improve other areas in order to up your game.Link: https://davidduchemin.com/2019/01/10-upgrades-for-2019/  ARTICLE #2 A Flash in The Sky! Actually, Three of Them… By Joe McNallyBrief Description: Shooting from the ...

10 of the best photography articles you should have read by now
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10 Questions for Luxury Wedding Photographer Sanjay Jogia

1. WHAT’S THE MOST CRUCIAL STEP YOU TOOK TO MAKING YOUR WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY LUXURIOUS?There are several, the main ones being to have a desirable brand that represents an ethos of delivering images that are of a consistent high quality, with a work ethic and level of professionalism to match. This also means that we can set a price point that’s high enough to match this and limit availability. This, in turn, limits supply and increases demand.Click Here To Read More >&nbs...

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The Print Products to Keep on Your Radar for 2019

As we never tire of saying around here, a photo isn’t a photo until it has been printed. For portrait and wedding photographers, albums and wall art remain the backbone of their offerings, but there’s plenty of product development and innovation occurring in these two mainstays. We have the answers to which print products should be on a photographer’s radar.Our Designer Albums remain the ultimate wedding albums, and with the classy Storyteller range with a suede cover is all ab...

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Prep Your Photo Business with These Social Media Trends in 2019

Social media has become a central fixture for many photographers. For some, it’s another box to check off in the daily to-do list and for others, a source of inspiration, income and influence. Whatever your attitude, it’s a fluid medium where change is the only constant. To help you stay on top of it, we connected with photographers and marketers to a get a glimpse of the social media trends that are set to shape the months to come.Read More >

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How Offering Albums Can Boost Your Photo Business

Before selling albums, I was stressed out and overworked, shooting as many weddings as I could and traveling all over the country. I didn’t have any free time and I wasn’t seeing the financial growth in my business that I wanted to. I knew something needed to change.In 2016, I had my own wedding and decided to design a personal album, which turned out to be a transformational decision for me. When I received my wedding album, held it in my hands and pored over its pages, I absol...

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Tip of the Week - How to Shoot an Award-Winning Kids Portrait

How to Shoot an Award-Winning Kids PortraitThree years ago, wedding photographer and 2016 Rf 30 Rising Star Lukas Piatek—who is based in Bottrop, Germany—founded LOOKSLIKEFILM, a global community of photographers and other creatives all crafting images that, he says, look and feel like life, “a bit messy, gritty and grainy, faded and heartfelt and hopeful.”Piatek continues: “We are fearlessly doing our own thing, sharing it with each other, and l...

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21 Travel Tips for Wedding Photographers

Let’s face it: Very few of us have mastered the art of smooth, hassle-free travel, especially when lots of gear, multiple locations and connecting flights are involved. These handy tips from three wedding photographers, who find themselves in airplane mode more often than not, will definitely help cut down on the chaos.Click Here For Full Story > 

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RANGEFINDER - PICK OF THE MONTH

Three Ways to Remix the Usual Portrait Lighting Setup SITTING UP Many months in production, I had the privilege of photographing Albert Blaise Cattafi, who has danced for Cirque du Soleil and Florence and the Machine as well as choreographed Broadway shows such as Spiderman, Billy Elliot and Flashdance. He flew in from New York for a day just to work with my team for his publicity campaign. In partnership with production designer Gunnar Deatherage, we built a set of stacked chairs to symbolize a...

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5 Minutes with Basil Koufos Photography

Basil Koufos is a professional photographer with 20 years’ experience.He is based in Pretoria but has many international clients. Shooting on film as well as digital provides Basil with a wide range of options to offer to his clients. A recent interview at a local coffee shop led to a deeper insight into this unique photographer. Here is Basil’s 5 minutes with Martin Short:MS- Morning Basil, I’ve noticed you don’t drink coffee. I thought that went hand in hand with P...

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RANGEFINDER - PICK OF THE MONTH

6 Portrait Photographers Share Their Biggest Lighting ChallengesThis couple chose to have their cocktail hour and dinner all in the same space, an incredibly luxurious and striking room. They had given each guest a bell that they could ring that would signal the couple to kiss. As I saw the couple lean in to kiss, I noticed the opportunity to capture this portrait of them while also capturing the elegance of the room. We tried bouncing the flash first, which altered the color tones and flat...

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