Tag: photographers

Through the lens of black women photographers

Photography is storytelling, and the photographer’s perspective can be an important part of the story. The exclusion of diverse perspectives deprives us of valuable insight. In an attempt to address this exclusion and the associated under-representation of black women photographers, Laylah Amatullah Barrayn and her colleagues have self-published “Mfon: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora”. […]

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MacOS Finder Tags and How Photographers Can Utilize Them

It’s not a secret how much I feel the Mac OS is powerful, and most often underused. Apple makes great products, but in my opinion they don’t do a great job informing everyone of the really nice and polished little features, so unless you know, you may think it’s just another basic OS. Today I […]

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New: Lightroom CC Essential Workflow for Photographers

Professional landscape photographer James Brandon recently surveyed his workshop attendees and 70% of them asked for more in-depth training specifically on Adobe Lightroom. So he spent the last 6 months working on this new in-depth course. The reviews have been great and we were able to negotiate a 50% discount for PictureCorrect readers which ends soon. Deal […]

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New: Understanding Light for Photographers at 78% Off

Light is the basic building block of ALL photography. Hearing about great light, talking about great light, and maybe even recognizing certain types of light is not the same as UNDERSTANDING light. Understanding it means you’ll know how to “accurately” manipulate light to your advantage. We were able to negotiate a 78% discount on this in-depth […]

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Photographers Are Going to Have to Learn Video to Stay Employable

If you’re a professional photographer you need to be seriously looking at the medium of video as a skill that should be in your repertoire. Making the change isn’t as hard or scary as you may think. [ Read More ] Paul Adshead Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour Guide to DSLR […]

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Quick Instagram and Social Media Workflow Tips for Photographers

Each day there are new ways to accomplish the same task, especially with the ever-evolving social media whirlwind. Today I want to share my favorite two methods I use for sharing to Instagram (or any other social platform, but primarily Instagram since posts need to be made from your mobile device). [ Read More ] […]

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Getting Along with Wedding Photographers When You’re the Photographer-Guest

Wedding photographers make the worst wedding guests. I know that when I’m at a friend’s wedding, I have a hard time turning it off. And no one should make me – least of all the hired guns photographing the bride and groom for the day. If that sounds blasphemous, let me explain. [ Read More […]

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