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5 Ways to Be More Productive AND Spend Time with Your Family

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    June 1, 2016
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5 Ways to Be More Productive AND Spend Time with Your Family

Especially when you have a young family, it’s so crucial to ensure that you get to spend enough time with them around your work. But as a photographer, the amount of work that you put in will often directly correlate […]

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How Photoshop Actions Can Save You Time and Money

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    May 11, 2016
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How Photoshop Actions Can Save You Time and Money

While some photographers prefer to learn everything on their own from scratch, becoming masters of Photoshop, others like to use Photoshop actions to ensure that everything is done as quickly and easily as possible. Others often find themselves turning back to […]

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Photoshop Skills Every Photographer Should Have

Mallerie Stephens   |    April 9, 2016
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Photoshop Skills Every Photographer Should Have

When you are a photographer, post-production is one of the most important elements that you need to master. You can of course spend plenty of time and money outsourcing your work and trying to get it up to the standard […]

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Summerana – Photoshop Actions for Photographer’s 70K Giveaway

Summerana   |    April 4, 2016
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Summerana – Photoshop Actions for Photographer’s 70K Giveaway

We have reached 70K fans on our Facebook page, Summerana – Photoshop Actions for Photographers and we are really so excited to celebrate with our fans! To thank you for your friendship, we are so excited to offer you a chance to […]

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What you Need in your Camera Bag to Successfully Shoot Weddings

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    April 1, 2016
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What you Need in your Camera Bag to Successfully Shoot Weddings

Wedding photography is a very lucrative business, and if you can get a good reputation in it, you’ll be working hard for a very long time. That’s why it is one of the most desirable areas of photography to break […]

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How to Deal With Nude Photoshoots

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    March 18, 2016
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How to Deal With Nude Photoshoots

There may well come a time when you end up shooting with a nude model. Whether male or female does not matter – nor does it matter whether the shoot is commercial, for portfolio purposes, or as part of a […]

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How to Use Studio Lights for the Best Results

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    March 7, 2016
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How to Use Studio Lights for the Best Results

As a beginner photographer, you may not know the first thing about studio lights. It’s even possible to become well established as a professional photographer without ever using them – after all, natural light lends a natural and free gift. […]

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5 Ways to get Genuine Laughs and Smiles out of Child Clients

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    February 18, 2016
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5 Ways to get Genuine Laughs and Smiles out of Child Clients

We have all witnessed this nightmare. You ask a child to smile, and what they present you with can only be described as a terrifying grimace. The eyes squint until they are almost closed. The mouth opens so wide that […]

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The Dangers of Shooting on Train Tracks 

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    February 1, 2016
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The Dangers of Shooting on Train Tracks 

In the latest of our series of safety guides, we’re looking at one of the perennial favorites of photographers: train tracks. Whether shooting a senior portrait, an edgy fashion look, or just an interesting landscape photograph, you have to be […]

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