Tag: Master

How to Master Natural Light Portraiture

I love working with natural light, I always have. Even more so now that our digital cameras have sensors so incredibly capable of making images in extremely low light. Making portraits using natural light only is a good skill to learn so you can make photographs anywhere. Here are some tips to help you mast […]

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Define, Master, Succeed in Your Photography Business – Chase Jarvis

Chase Jarvis has been getting real with a lot of topics on his show The Daily Creative. He’s been answering questions from callers all over the world and doing it in an honest, straightforward way. If you haven’t been following this, I recommend you start below and then head over to watch a whole lot […]

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An Interview With Master Photographer Benjamin Von Wong

Benjamin Von Wong’s work is a tour de force of creativity, technical skill, and the ingenuity and planning ability to pull it all off. Learn more about how he began shooting, the evolution of his methods, and his advice on the creative process and working with others. [ Read More ] Alex Cooke Click Here […]

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Throwback Thursday: Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3, Multi-Aspect Master

Back in 2008 there weren’t a whole lot of enthusiast compacts. The two models which got the most attention were the Canon PowerShot G10 and Nikon Coolpix P6000. At that time, the ‘Megapixel race’ was really getting going, with the G10 and P6000 having 14.7MP and 13.5MP sensors, respectively (the LX2 was still at 10MP). All three of the aforementioned […]

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How to Find Your Photography Niche: You Don’t Have To Master It All

When it comes to photography, there can sometimes be this strange assumption that we are (or should be) experts in all types of photography. Photography is essentially painting with light, so there’s no reason why we shouldn’t be able to do newborn photography, astrophotography, weddings, family portraits, landscape photography, and food photography, right? Light is […]

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