Monthly Archives: January 2018

Understanding Shutter Speed – Photography Basics

Shutter Speed is one of the three pillars of photography, the other two being Aperture and ISO. Shutter speed is responsible for two particular things: changing the brightness of your photo, and creating dramatic effects by either freezing action or … Continue reading

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10 things wedding photographer Ebony Logins loves

We like to shop around here but what we really enjoy doing is sharing our most loved items with our favorite people – YOU! Today we have Ebony Logins, Click Pro and an inspiring wedding photographer, joining us to share … Continue reading

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Necessary Camera Equipment for Beginners: Photography Basics

Everyone’s favorite part of photography is camera equipment. I’m kidding, of course — although that is the impression you’ll get from certain photographers. But no one can deny that some gear is necessary in order to take pictures. At the … Continue reading

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How observation and anticipation impact a photographic moment

The one constant, since the beginning of my trip into photography, has been observing and anticipating moments that inspire me to pick up my camera. Before I even knew what that meant, or what genre of photography that was, I … Continue reading

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Photographing a Kickboxing Class

If you’ll excuse the pun it seemed like a good way to kick-start the New Year. When a friend invited me to her kickboxing class to indulge in some photography while she trained I accepted. Alpha Whiskey needs constant stimulation … Continue reading

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