Tag Archives: portrait photography

How to Shoot Photos Against a Perfect White Background!

A smooth, white background may be necessary for countless photographic needs, from product photography to portraiture. Perhaps you want to post high-quality images of new items offered by your small business. Others might want to capture some professional shots of … Continue reading

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5 Tips About Portraits That Every Photographer Should Know

The goal of this guide is to provide you with the tools to help you achieve professional quality to your portraits in a concise actionable manner. I hope you find it to your liking. The ultimate goal of portrait photography … Continue reading

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So You Want to Try Wedding Photography?

Wedding photography is a common way to earn money through your passion. Unbeknownst to many who consider taking it on, wedding photography is a challenging craft from the technological planning to the event itself. You need to enter with a … Continue reading

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Home Studio Lighting On A Shoestring Budget!

If you are into the clean look of a photograph made in a professional studio you will probably want to invest some money into the right equipment. But if you do most of your work outside a time may come … Continue reading

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Genres of Photography!

When starting out in photography, it is best to sample all genres of photography to get an idea of what you may be interested in. Once you find a genre you like, you can practice it more and improve your … Continue reading

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Central Composition Guide!

We learn time and time again about Rule of Thirds. When we first pick up a camera, it is natural to place the subject in the center. Once Rule of Thirds is learned, we grow accustomed to off-centre composition and … Continue reading

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