How To Find New Photography Clients

How To Find New Photography Clients

Finding new photography clients can be a daunting task. These days, it seems like everyone on Instagram claims themselves as photographers. The competition is tougher and fiercer than ever. But fear not, this article will show you how to make new connections and find new clients!
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What is the Difference Between RAW and Jpeg?

What is the Difference Between RAW and Jpeg?

If you’re serious about photography, be it as a hobby or profession, you will certainly need to understand the difference between shooting in RAW versus Jpeg. Both have advantages and disadvantages and sticking with one or the other is not wrong, it just depends on your desired outcome. 
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A Photographer's Guide to Online Marketing

The Photographer's Guide to Online Marketing

This article will take you through some key online marketing concepts and show you which marketing channels (paid and unpaid) you should be using and how.
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What Is a Model Release and Why Do You Need It?

What Is a Model Release and Why Do You Need It?

When you decide that it's time to begin earning an income from your photography, there are many legal details you’ll want to learn about first. Possibly the most important is the model release.
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How to Manage Challenging Photography Clients

How to Manage Challenging Photography Clients

The unhappy child. The body-conscious adolescent and adult. The negative Nancy. These three types of clients are notoriously difficult. This articles teaches you how to manage these three types of commonly challenging photography clients.
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How to Photograph Weddings – Tips & Trade Tricks

How to Photograph Weddings – Tips & Trade Tricks

Wedding photography is an important source of income for many photographers. A good wedding season can sometimes secure a photographer’s income for the entire year. Here are some tips and tricks of the trade that you can use to enhance your wedding shoots.

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How to Have Successful Shoots and Attract More Clients

How to Have Successful Shoots and Attract More Clients

No matter how experienced you are as a photographer, any shoot can be slightly intimidating at times. It's easy to doubt your ability to satisfy someone's needs, especially if they're paying you. It can also be difficult to find a stable way to attract a variety of loyal clients. 
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How To Use Lightroom:  The Tone Curve Panel

How To Use Lightroom: The Tone Curve Panel

The Tone Curve Panel in Lightroom's Develop module is a provision for more precise tonal and contrast control of our photos. Like all Develop module panels, the Tone Curve Panel is found on the right hand side of the Lightroom window, just below the Basic panel. 
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Putting on an Exhibition of Your Photography

Putting on an Exhibition of Your Photography

So you’re ready to show your work to the world—how exciting! Putting on an exhibition of your own can be a daunting task, and it can be hard to know where to start. Many of the details may vary depending on your particular situation; where the show is being held or whether you or somebody from the venue is responsible for installing the work to name a couple. 
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Image Editing Software for Blogging: PicMonkey vs. Lightroom

Image Editing Software for Blogging: PicMonkey vs. Lightroom

As a blogger, visual representation of your story is a vital aspect of your brand. Luckily, there are resources available to you to help you achieve professional results without having to hire a professional designer. A small investment in some basic editing software and creativity are all you need to get started. Which one is best for you? 
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Introducing The 60-Day Challenge Winners

Introducing The 60-Day Challenge Winners

A big thank you to everyone who joined us for the 60-day photo challenge and congratulations to our winners! Suzy Moore– overall winner; Maike Simon– runner-up; Brandi Fountain– most improved; Ty Bru– most improved.

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How to Use Lightroom: Culling of Photos in Lightroom Part 2

How to Use Lightroom: Culling of Photos in Lightroom Part 2

In the first article onquick culling I went through my process for culling large numbers of images. This is a very effective technique for weddings, holidays, sports shoots or any other photographic activity that ends in a large mass of material that is crying out for culling and assorting. But what if you do not have such a large number of images? What if after an afternoon walk you have 30-50 photos and still want to choose the keepers? 
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