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Sarah Beeson is a college certified portrait photographer who is based in Washington, USA where she lives with her husband and Son and runs her business Sarah Beeson Photography. When she is not with camera in hand, she enjoys relaxing, watching movies, and spending time with family and friends at her home by the beach.

Locations and Props to Shoot in Winter

Sarah Beeson   |    December 20, 2019
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Locations and Props to Shoot in Winter

When the winter kicks in, it can be easy to just head inside the studio and stay there. However, there are some fantastic opportunities for location shoots still available! What’s more, when everyone else is inside, you will get those […]

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20 Props and Locations You Need To Photograph This Spring

Sarah Beeson   |    April 21, 2015
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20 Props and Locations You Need To Photograph This Spring

Spring is in bloom and the season is in the air all around us! With the sun shining and the magnificent lush landscapes growing, what better opportunity is there to show your clients the beauty that is around them? You’ll be kicking yourself later if you […]

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How to Add Life to Eyes with Catchlights while Shooting and in Photoshop

Sarah Beeson   |    March 5, 2015
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How to Add Life to Eyes with Catchlights while Shooting and in Photoshop

Have you ever wondered if your photos might be a little flat, but you couldn’t exactly pinpoint why? By now, you’ve probably heard of the term “catchlight” floating around in the photography industry and amongst your peers, and the buzz about it […]

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6 Tips for Shooting in the Sun

Sarah Beeson   |    August 26, 2014
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6 Tips for Shooting in the Sun

Shooting in the sun can seem daunting at first, and it can be a challenge for your outdoor client sessions if you aren’t well prepared. But once you have mastered the below tips on how to shoot in the sun, you will start […]

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Ten Ways to Prepare your Mind and Body for a Photo Shoot

Sarah Beeson   |    March 11, 2014
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Ten Ways to Prepare your Mind and Body for a Photo Shoot

Just like any other strenuous activity, with photography, it’s always good to get a little “warm-up” in before you jump in feet first! This is especially true in cases that you may be photographing something very active that requires you […]

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6 Ways to Renew and Revive your Photography Business for the New Year

Sarah Beeson   |    January 16, 2014
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6 Ways to Renew and Revive your Photography Business for the New Year

It’s a new month, a new year, and a chance for self-reflection, improvement, and new, exciting opportunities! It is also a great time to re-evaluate your photography business with a fresh set of eyes. Here are our top 6 favorite […]

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4 Photography Books to Read on a Cozy Day

Sarah Beeson   |    November 21, 2013
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4 Photography Books to Read on a Cozy Day

It’s almost that brisk-weather time of year, and what better way to spend your rainy/snowy days inside than snuggling up with a good book? When it comes to books for photographers, there are lots of resources and hundreds of thousands […]

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Focal Length – Photography Terms Dissected

Sarah Beeson   |    October 31, 2013
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Focal Length – Photography Terms Dissected

A little while back we discussed photography terms and more specifically depth of field and aperture. This week I wanted to further “dissect” depth of field and talk about how Focal Length can affect this and also how it can […]

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6 Ways for Photographers to be Awake and Inspired by 10 AM

Sarah Beeson   |    October 23, 2013
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6 Ways for Photographers to be Awake and Inspired by 10 AM

If you’re like me, sometimes it can be a little tough to actually get the ball rolling in the morning. When I have days like this, I find that it is really good to have a few go-to energy boosters […]

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