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Finding The Best Photography Website Templates

Photography Website Wordpress Template

The second article in a series on finding the best photography website templates for photographers. This series reviews the major template providers and gives photographers a more systematic basis for comparing and choosing. See also: The Best Photography Website Templates: Introducing a New Series***UPDATE: Below I say that I ultimately chose Photobiz as my solution. […]

Ways To Promote Wedding Photography

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There are lots of ways to promote your wedding photography services, but for many photographers, sales tend to come down to a couple of proven methods: building a website; and hoping for enough personal recommendations to keep new clients rolling in. But there’s a lot more that wedding photographers can do to find clients, close […]

Photoshop Lightroom or Other Post Processing

Photoshop Lightroom Cs6 Extended

John Frinking posted an article to his blog giving three reasons why he refuses to use Lightroom. While he’s certainly entitled to his opinion, I thought I’d spend a moment to clear the air and address some of his concerns. First, what is FUD? FUD (rhymes with ‘thud’) is a techno babble acronym for “Fear, […]

Best Camera Settings For Flash Photography

Proper Exposure Off Camera Flash

We have seen them all, portrait shots where the model has big red pupils, or a face without definition, with dark shadows  along the edges. In addition to that, the model sees bright stars right before his/her  eyes when  the  flash goes off  full on  the face , which more often than not, does not […]

The Best Wedding Photographers In The World

Wedding Photographers Packages

In the process of launching Best of Wedding Photography, we’ve had the chance to review thousands of the best wedding photographers in the world. I’ve personally looked at over 3000 wedding photography websites in the last three months, and as part of our invitation process (in the middle of that now), I’ve had the chance […]

Professional Lighting Photography

Professional Lighting Photography

Without light,  there is no photography. Technically, the sensor can register nothing without light, but  light is also needed to achieve certain artistic effects. In addition to illuminating one’s subject, light in certain circumstances, even becomes the main subject of your picture. The quality of light can make, or break your picture.Framing, composition, perspective, and […]

Crop versus Full-Frame camera sensors

We have now gotten used to the fact that some digital cameras have a crop factor (parts of the image captured by the viewfinder are cut-out from the final picture), a sensor that is 1.5-1.6 x smaller than a 35 mm negative (24 mm high x 36 mm wide). There are a lot of benefits […]

Beginning your own Photoblog

Photography Portfolio

Flickr, SmugMug, the Zoom.nl Gallery, etc. are all useful services where you can upload photos, and reach  a large community of people. But these websites  also have limitations. You often do not have any  choice on the layout to display your photos, and you can exert little influence on how to promote your ‘ brand […]

Portraits at public events

Digital Camera Shutter

Photos of landscapes, or stationary objects can become boring. Many photographers go beyond, looking for a vibrant subject  of flesh and blood. The easiest way is to do this in the city, but pointing a camera lens on  just about  anyone  for the first time can be scary for both the photographer, and subject. It […]

z Photo Workflow with Lightroom

With the introduction of digital photography, so did the onset of photo editing software. It’s easier now, than ever, to realize your vision, or to correct an error. In addition to learning good camera techniques, it is also important to be skillful with digital photo editing programs. I shoot in RAW format only so it’s […]