Looking Your Best For Family Pictures

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Looking Your Best For Family Pictures

When it comes right down to it, you might be staring at those simple family photos for a long time. If you really want to make your pictures pop, it is important to take the time to prepare for your photoshoot. As a parent, my wife and I have spent years trying to figure out how to make picture day less stressful. I want to share these tidbits with you, which is why we have decided to put up this blog. Check out this website to learn how to get your kids ready the night before, how to smile perfectly for those shots, and how to get the best deal on your session.


Shooting A Wedding In A Different Culture? Make Sure To Determine These Details First

6 December 2017
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When you're a wedding photographer, you always need to be prepared. The more weddings that you shoot, you'll get used to the format and should easily come up with a series of strategies to effectively document the big day. However, you may occasionally find yourself at a unique wedding ceremony, such as one for a couple getting married within a different culture. This situation can present you with some unique challenges, and while they won't be anything that you can't handle, you'll want to go over some details with your clients in advance so that you're fully prepared. Read More …

Preparing For A Successful Preschool Picture Day

27 March 2017
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If you are the administrator of a preschool, and you wish to have a school picture day so parents can purchase photographs of their youngsters, you are most likely excited about the prospect for a successful session for attending students. There are several steps you can take to ensure the picture-taking day goes by without mishaps or unfortunate incidents due to improper planning. Here are some tips you can use to make picture day a fun time for students while getting great shots of each one in the process. Read More …

Camera Gear That’s Essential for Every Wedding Photographer

1 September 2016
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Starting a professional wedding-photography business can be a lucrative way to use your photo-taking skills. However, if you want to build a business as a wedding photographer, you need to be prepared to photograph all kinds of weddings at various types of venues. To do this, you need the right equipment. Check out this list of must-have gear that every aspiring wedding photographer needs. Full-Frame Camera Many wedding photographers opt to use a full-frame, digital single-lens reflex  (DSLR) camera because these cameras have larger sensors that are designed to deliver superior detail, definition, and sharpness as well as take pictures that allow a larger degree of cropping or enlarging without compromising image quality. Read More …

Four Fun And Memorable Ideas For Old Time Family Photos

26 July 2016
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If you are vacationing in an area with old time photography available, you may already be coming up with ideas for costumes, poses and how to corral your family together long enough for a few shots. But simply showing up and standing in front of the camera may not result in a new set of family heirlooms. With some careful planning and a few fun ideas, you can make your old time photographs truly memorable. Read More …

Ways To Use Your Professional Headshots

9 July 2016
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It's a common misconception that only people, such as actors and executives, need headshots. If you work in a professional environment, you're trying to start a professional career, or you're trying to elevate your social media presence, you need to have headshots taken by a professional photographer. The good news is, headshots are normally pretty inexpensive and you'll get a lot of use out of them. Check out these beneficial ways to use your new headshots. Read More …