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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 Create a Whimsical Fall Look in Photoshop

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    October 9, 2020
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How to Create a Whimsical Fall Look in Photoshop

Beautiful fall images, with orange and red leaves falling around your subjects, are always a highlight of the year. The season brings a crisp light as well as wonderful backdrops, and always looks so good on camera. But that might […]

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What to Do When You Have Low Disk Space

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    September 3, 2020
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What to Do When You Have Low Disk Space

Low disk space is a problem that can crop up often for photographers, as we use such large file sizes that take up a lot of room on our computers and laptops. When you have low disk space, your computer […]

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What Lenses Does a Portrait Photographer Need First?

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    July 26, 2020
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What Lenses Does a Portrait Photographer Need First?

Portrait photographers who are just starting out have a lot of choice on hand when it comes to lenses. While you will likely pick up a lens that comes with your first DSLR camera body, it might not be totally […]

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How to Calculate Cost of Doing Business as a Photographer

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    July 25, 2020
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How to Calculate Cost of Doing Business as a Photographer

For new and even more established photographers, one of the questions that is the most commonly asked is: how do I price my services? You may have some idea of how much you would like to earn, or perhaps you […]

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How to Get Great Blur in the Background

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    July 19, 2020
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How to Get Great Blur in the Background

One of the things you may notice consistently about great portrait photographs is that they often have blurred backgrounds. This allows the viewer to focus more on the subject, the model, without any distractions. It’s also an aesthetically pleasing effect […]

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How to Set Up Your Photography Website

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    June 17, 2020
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How to Set Up Your Photography Website

If you want to run a business as a photographer, there are really two essential things you can’t do without: a camera, and an online presence. Without something advertising your presence online, you won’t be able to find new clients […]

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Everything You Need to Know About External Hard Drives

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Everything You Need to Know About External Hard Drives

External hard drives are extremely useful to photographers, for two reasons. First, because they allow us to create a backup of our files, protecting us against situations in which we might lose the work prepared for a client before it […]

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How to Price for Mini Sessions

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    June 10, 2020
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How to Price for Mini Sessions

Mini sessions are a great way to pull in both new and existing clients, giving them an opportunity to book a lower-priced alternative to a full session. Because they also tend to be themed, they are great for up-selling: you […]

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How to Keep Working without Photoshoots: Become a Retoucher

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How to Keep Working without Photoshoots: Become a Retoucher

When you aren’t legally allowed to go out and take photographs with your clients, it’s hard to keep the work coming in. At times like this, we have to think outside the box about how our skillset can help us […]

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