Monthly Archives: May 2016

Photography Career Outlook

Skills Required A natural inclination towards art and never-ceasing creativity is a high bonus for the working photographer. Having these qualities propels one to increase in experience and jump ranks. Also, the task of dealing with a lot of different … Continue reading

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90 Days to Better Pictures (perfect for summer)

Looking for a challenge this summer? The kids are home, why not take advantage to improve your skills? I have come up with a 90 day photo project plan to help you master your skills and get better images. Here … Continue reading

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Captured by the Light: Book Review

You can tell by the photos of this book that it went through a lot of use in my hands. Back when I just started learning about wedding photography, I literally slept with this book left on my face. I … Continue reading

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Chasing the Light

More than any other fundamental aspect of photography, light is at the heart of every image you take. Without light, photography cannot exist; it is the foundation of every image, giving shape and meaning to each scene in your viewfinder. … Continue reading

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Thoughts About Memorial Day

There seems to be a lot of confusion over Memorial Day, so I made a trip to Wikipedia for a more contemporary definition.  Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while … Continue reading

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