Monthly Archives: July 2017

Composition Tip: Give Your Subjects Breathing Space

Composition, in general, can seem like a fuzzy concept to many photographers. Trying to frame an image in a way that “works” is not something that is intuitive, even for people who have been taking pictures for years. And, unlike … Continue reading

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Why I Prefer Shooting with Nikon 1

Before getting into this article, I’d like to state upfront that its intent is NOT to suggest that other people do what I have done in terms of choice of photographic equipment. Just because the 1″ sensor Nikon 1 system … Continue reading

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How to create a styled photo shoot with your children

As a stay at home mom, I spend a lot of time with my little ones. Naturally, I document their day-to-day activities: playing, eating, reading, etc. Although the majority of my photos are lifestyle, one of my passions is exploring … Continue reading

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Best Monitor for Photography

One of the most frequently asked questions from our readers and friends is related to picking a good monitor for photography needs. It seems like the market is over-saturated with all kinds of choices, whether you visit a local store … Continue reading

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How to Calibrate Your Monitor

lColor calibration should definitely be an essential part of every photographer’s workflow. Otherwise, it is impossible to tell whether the colors that are displayed by your monitor are truly accurate and whether what you see will match the print. There … Continue reading

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