Monthly Archives: April 2017

From the Forum: 5 steps to get started portfolio building

***This tutorial was posted on our expansive photography forum; however, we think it’s so rad that we just had to share with you, too*** Developing a strong portfolio can be an ongoing and difficult process; however, it is also rewarding … Continue reading

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How and why to change the point of view in a photograph

For many of us, when we begin our photography journey our first images are often “close-ups” of our babies. Then, as they grow older, we continue shooting them from the same perspective, our perspective. Our perspective consists of us shooting … Continue reading

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22 poses for successful pictures of kids, families, and adults

Above photo by Bonnie Cornelius Posing your subject can be intimidating but it’s a crucial element in getting the best photo possible. Even if you don’t pose, understanding why certain poses and positioning of the body works can help you … Continue reading

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What I learned working with National Geographic

While shooting in rural Rwanda, I was lucky to be told the village had a bathroom… go around that hut, they said, cut through the flock of chickens and don’t worry about the goat, just step over him. Exotic locales … Continue reading

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25 Faceless pictures that are perfectly captured

Winning image above by Lindsey Stigleman Who doesn’t love a contest? Every month on the photography forum, we throw out a theme and leave it up to members to interpret it in their images. Last month, we chose the theme … Continue reading

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