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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 Set up and Book Facetime Photography Sessions

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    May 30, 2020
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How to Set up and Book Facetime Photography Sessions

When you can’t go and see someone in person, how do you make a living as a photographer? This is a question on all of our minds at the moment, as we struggle to adjust to making a living without […]

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How to Dress Your Clients for a Portrait Shoot

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    May 27, 2020
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How to Dress Your Clients for a Portrait Shoot

Clients are often nervous about portrait shoots, usually because they might never have had a professional photoshoot before. They don’t know what to expect, what to do, or how to get the best outcome. That’s why, as photographers, it’s our […]

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How to Batch Edit in Lightroom

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How to Batch Edit in Lightroom

Batch processing is a great way to really speed up your post-production. Lightroom has some really robust features which allow edits and presets to be copied over to multiple photographs, cutting down the time you need to spend on individual […]

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How to Batch Edit in Photoshop

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How to Batch Edit in Photoshop

Batch editing is one of the most useful and time-saving things you can learn as a photographer. It will take a lot of the stress out of editing, as well as cutting down your time to almost zero. Batch edits […]

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Straightening an Image

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Straightening an Image

Taking an image at a precisely straight angle, without the use of a tripod, can be quite challenging. As a photographer, you will want to get the best possible image straight out of camera, but a straight horizon line can […]

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How to Prevent Glare When Photographing Glasses

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    May 15, 2020
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How to Prevent Glare When Photographing Glasses

We’ve all had it happen. We excitedly wait to meet our new client, ready to take some gorgeous portrait shots for them under studio lights – or even under a bright blue sky. They arrive, and we start to get […]

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How to Market Photo Restoration

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How to Market Photo Restoration

Photo restoration is the art of taking old photographs in various states of damage and restoring them to their former glory. This is usually done with printed photographs that are either very old – think back to the days of […]

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Tips for Photographing Children

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    February 13, 2020
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Tips for Photographing Children

Photographing small children can seem like a big task for many photographers. Each child you encounter comes with their own little personality. Some children can be super outgoing, others may be very shy and timid. A child’s mood can also […]

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