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Author: Rhiannon D'Averc

Rhiannon D'Averc is a portrait photographer at PCI Studio which is based in Tonbridge, Kent. She has experience in areas such as teen shoots,maternity, fashion, beauty, and portraiture. She also holds a degree in Photography from the University of Hertfordshire.

How to Earn Income as a Summerana Affiliate

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    April 1, 2021
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How to Earn Income as a Summerana Affiliate

There’s more than one way to earn money as a photographer, and you’ve probably thought recently about ways to diversify your income. Having that diversification protects you against periods of downturn when you might not be able to book in […]

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The Dangers of Using Props on a Photoshoot

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    February 26, 2021
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The Dangers of Using Props on a Photoshoot

When setting up a photoshoot, it’s natural to want to go all out and create something that looks really amazing. We’ve already covered how settings like railroad tracks can be very dangerous, and why you should be careful when shooting […]

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How to Build Your Own Shoot Team

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    February 19, 2021
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How to Build Your Own Shoot Team

A shoot team is a group of people who come together to work on photoshoot situations. They are normally creatives from each walk of the photoshoot spectrum: a photographer, a make up artist, a stylist, a hair stylist, and perhaps […]

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Don’t Do These 6 Things While Casting

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    February 11, 2021
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Don’t Do These 6 Things While Casting

Fashion, beauty, or commercial photographers will often need to make casting calls, which involve trying to find the right model to fit the photoshoot. These may seem somewhat scary for first timers, but they get much easier over time. You […]

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How Safe is Your Portfolio from Theft?

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    January 30, 2021
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How Safe is Your Portfolio from Theft?

In this day and age, digital safety is becoming an increasing concern. We are seeing images being hacked from the Cloud and distributed online, as well as a lot of theft involving cropping and reappropriation of images. Someone can recrop […]

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5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Submitting Work

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    January 21, 2021
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5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Submitting Work

If you are trying to submit your work to a fashion or photography publication, then it can be really disheartening to get a rejection. After all, you have worked hard and you believe that your work is great. The thing […]

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How to Get a Fantastic Portfolio on a Tight Budget

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    January 19, 2021
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How to Get a Fantastic Portfolio on a Tight Budget

When making the transition from amateur or hobbyist photographer to professional, one of the most important tools in your arsenal will be your portfolio. This body of work demonstrates what you can do behind the lens, and it shows potential […]

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Why Instagram Should Be Your #1 Social Network

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    January 16, 2021
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Why Instagram Should Be Your #1 Social Network

When it comes to social networks, there are so many choices out there. Some would probably say too many! But which ones do you set yourself up on? More to the point, which ones do you focus on the most? […]

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How to Do a 52 Week Photography Challenge

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    January 1, 2021
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How to Do a 52 Week Photography Challenge

There are lots of ways to get better at photography, and one of them is to practice, practice, practice. That’s why any kind of photography challenge is great, as it forces you to take shots that you might not normally […]

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The Best Dresses for Your Photography Clients to Wear

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    November 5, 2020
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The Best Dresses for Your Photography Clients to Wear

When you’re setting up a photoshoot, it can be common to get questions from your clients about what they should wear. Most people are a bit nervous in front of the lens, and they want to know that they will […]

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