Archives for October 2014

How to Price Your Photography When You’re Still Starting Out by Emily Steuck

Setting prices when you’re still new in the business is one of the toughest tasks a business owner has to make, and if you’re a photographer who primarily delivers a service, it can be tricky. Watch this video for some ideas to get you started.

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Adding Cool Background Textures to Portraits with Photoshop

Go beyond blank walls and backgrounds. Learn how to add cool textures to your portraits with this lesson from the good folks at PHLearn.com

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5-Minute Tip to Get More Photography Clients

Jennifer Tori of Seniors Ignite shares her tips on finding new clients for your photography business.

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Top Cinematographers Share Their Secrets in Hollywood Blockbusters

A candid but insightful conversation between 5 top-level cinematographers and their work.

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Try this Facebook Strategy to Get More Photography Clients

Facebook is often misunderstood by many photographers. Most photographer pages are nothing more than pushy sales pitches and turning the wall into a slideshow, but that’s not the way to get clients on social media. Try this instead.

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Fundamental 3-Point Lighting for Portraits

Knowing the fundamentals not only sets you up for better creative options in your photography, but it also gets you out of tricky situations where simplicity is the best approach to produce professional-looking photos. The 3-point lighting setup for portraits is one of those fundamental skills all photographers should know by heart.

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Tips on How to Pick and Awesome Name For Your Photography Business

Need some help picking a name for your photography business? Is it the best to just adding the word “photography” or “studios” to your real name or choose something funky? Lauren of Photography Concentrate shares some tips in the video below.

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DOF Control for Sharper Photographs

Getting sharper images isn’t just about getting a camera with gazillions of focus points. Understanding the mechanics and physics of why photos are tack sharp or blurry lies not only in hardware, but depth of field as well.

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