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HOW TO GET PERFECT SKIN BEFORE A PHOTO SHOOT

HOW TO GET PERFECT SKIN BEFORE A PHOTO SHOOT

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This week we have the incredible Christi Reynolds guest posting with advice on how to prep your skin for a photo session. In this detailed breakdown on how to care for your skin you’ll learn how to care for your skin a week in advance of your scheduled shoot, making sure to use a blackhead vacuum amazon... 

6 Twitter Tips for Photographers

6 Twitter Tips for Photographers

Twitter has exploded in the last few years and has become one of the best ways for photographers to get their work out there to the masses. It can also be a fantastic learning tool. You don’t need... 

10 Incredible Landscape Photographs

10 Incredible Landscape Photographs

Shooting landscapes can be a photographers dream. There are no clients giving you requests or demands, you don’t have to be in the right place at the right time (unless you’re going for dramatic... 

3 Tips Before You Start a Photography Business

3 Tips Before You Start a Photography Business

If you could make a living doing something you love to do, life would be pretty sweet! With photography, the opportunity to live that dream is already there. There are thousands of people with cameras... 

The Five Basic Rules of Shot Composition

The Five Basic Rules of Shot Composition

The following guest article was contributed by Richard Hemby who frequently writes about online colleges and online photography degrees. While rules are often made to be broken in the field of photography,... 

A Day in the Life of a Live Music Photographer

A Day in the Life of a Live Music Photographer

This is a first person narrative on gig photography. I encourage you to go into reading this as if it were a journey through time, unraveling a story about a young man with a passion. That being said,... 

Destination New Zealand

Destination New Zealand

Well having made my way back to the UK a few weeks back, it finally came the time to sort through all my holiday photos. Its not a job I look forward to; I’d rather be out taking them all the time,... 

Shooting My First Wedding(s)

Shooting My First Wedding(s)

As any half decent photographer will find, there always arises in ones photographic lifetime, the opportunity to shoot a wedding. Be it a relative or close friends, its still a tough decision to make.... 

15 Mysterious and Surreal Castle Photos

15 Mysterious and Surreal Castle Photos

The greatest photographs are without doubt those that capture the mood perfectly. If you’ve ever visited an old castle you’ll have probably felt like you just entered another world, a fairytale,... 

5 Ways to Avoid Camera Shake

5 Ways to Avoid Camera Shake

Camera shake; Guaranteed to ruin what could otherwise have been a perfect photograph. It can be a big problem when shooting in certain situations and only the smallest of movements can play a huge role... 

5 Reasons Photographers Should Use Twitter

5 Reasons Photographers Should Use Twitter

Many of you will already be familiar with Twitter but for those who aren’t, it’s a service that allows you to post short messages (tweets) to your network of followers. It’s grown massively... 

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