Day: March 31, 2017

The Headshot Setup That Will Save You Time and Impress Your Clients

I call it the 3-in-1 Headshot Method. As a professional photographer it is imperative that you are able to adapt to your surrounds and the needs of your clients. I run into a situation quite a bit where my client doesn’t know exactly what they want out of their headshot session so it’s my job […]

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Visiting the ‘Niagara of the West’: Idaho’s Shoshone Falls

After visiting Idaho on a road trip, Resource Travel’s Michael Bonocore fell in love with the state, and moved there just three months later. One spot he hadn’t yet visited was beautiful Shoshone Falls, which is 45 feet taller than world-famous Niagara Falls and arguably as spectacular.  After a two hours in the car wondering if […]

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Visual Flow – How to Get the Most out of Composition

In photography terms, composition can make the difference between a good image and a fantastic one. Yes, you need all the other components; the light has to be dramatic, the subject compelling, and the colours vibrant. All of these will add to the final result. If you have all that, but your composition is not […]

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Creative Composition in Digital Photography

The difference between a good photographer and a great photographer is creative composition. Knowing the what, where, and how of composition will put you ahead of your peers and help you create a dynamic image every time. The best images aren’t taken by accident. They’re carefully composed before the shutter button is pressed. By carefully […]

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