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The Dangers of Using Real Sparklers in your Photoshoots (And Learn How to Achieve this Look in Photoshop Instead!)

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    June 26, 2015
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The Dangers of Using Real Sparklers in your Photoshoots (And Learn How to Achieve this Look in Photoshop Instead!)

You may have recently noticed the releases of our Sparkler & Shine – Overlay and Photoshop Action Collection, Sparkler & Shimmer – Overlay and Photoshop Action Collection, and Sparkler & Say – Overlay and Photoshop Action Collection. This sparked (get […]

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6 Ways to Grow your Photography Business with a Blog

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    June 4, 2015
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6 Ways to Grow your Photography Business with a Blog

When faced with the prospect of a blog, some photographers dive right in. They post to a regular schedule, share everything on social media, and get active on the blog scene by commenting on others. But some photographers are not […]

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How to Organize and Manage your Photoshop Files and Client Images

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    May 27, 2015
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How to Organize and Manage your Photoshop Files and Client Images

As a professional photographer, or even as a hobbyist, your collection of Photoshop files and client images can grow at an alarming rate. Even if you were only to shoot once a month, that would be 12 new sets of photos a […]

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7 Camera Bag Essentials for Professional Photographers

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    May 8, 2015
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7 Camera Bag Essentials for Professional Photographers

If you could only fit 7 total items in your camera bag for a location shoot (other than your camera) what do you bring? What you carry with you in your camera bag may be the only equipment that you have […]

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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 Cast a Make-Up Artist for your Photo Shoots

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    April 15, 2015
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How to Cast a Make-Up Artist for your Photo Shoots

The majority of portrait shoots will benefit from having a makeup artist, or MUA, on board. Even if the model is male, professionally done makeup can make a world of difference. Personal portraits can benefit too. Having just the right […]

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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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