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How to Get Someone to Take Your Photo - Photography Tutorial

This post isn’t for everyone. We'll admit there are a fair number of outgoing, gregarious extroverts out there who have no problem walking up to anyone in any country and asking for help. For those of you who fit that mold, you might want to consider skipping this post and forwarding it to a more shy friend. :)

Here's a little piece of advice on how to find the right person to take your photo.

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Ten Techniques for Amazing Portraits - Photography Tutorial

As full-time photographers shooting 30+ weddings a year, we have to admit, sometimes it’s easy to fall into the same old formulas when it comes to portraits. Even with new poses, taking portraits can become very mundane if the same compositions and angles are used for every couple–we’ve definitely been through that creative rut where our pictures start looking very familiar.

Throughout the years, we’ve challenged ourselves to stay on top of our game with a few useful techniques. Here are some of our best tips to help keep things fresh and unique for each couple.


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Using Call Sheets to Enhance Your Production - Photography Tutorial

If your photography focuses on people, or if you often find yourself working with several members in a crew, a call sheet might be something you want to make sure is a part of your production.

Whether for a 5-member wildlife photography team, a commercial advertising shoot or a family portrait many photographers can help their production with this simple little document.


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Workouts to Improve your Shots - Photography Tutorial

Athletes would never consider showing up to a game without having practiced, so why is it that most photographers shoot for the “wall-hanger” photo every time they go out without ever practicing new techniques?

Consider applying these new workouts in your photography routine and you will improve your skills and creativity.


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How to Take Photos that Stand Out from the Crowd - Photography Tutorial

We think this is a valuable piece of information to pass along to both newcomers to photography and the more experienced crowd…

Perhaps the best piece of advice we can provide which will immediately improve one’s photography and cause it to stand out from the countless other photos on the web, is to act unusual while taking the photos

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Creating an Interesting Backdrop Using Vintage Materials - Photography Tutorial

Coming up with unique backgrounds for portraits can be time consuming, and quite expensive. Vintage materials that can be found cheaply, will give your photos a new life, and keep your budget in check.

Using actual 3D materials will also give texture that is hard to achieve with the typical backdrop screen.

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How to Keep Camera Gear Safe while Traveling - Photography Tutorial

Hello everyone! Today's article-tutorial on photography will give some advice and tips on how you can keep you camera safe and sound while traveling.

Take notes! :)


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Advice For Shooting in Utah's National Parks - Photography Tutorial

Utah bills itself as the National Park capital of the United States and we happen to agree with them. Utah contains five national parks in all, each in the southern portion of the state chiseled out of, and into, the ancient sandstone laid down hundreds of millions of years ago. Time and the elements have shaped the land with many unique features including some of the largest arches and canyons in the world.

This area of Utah can be a landscape photographers paradise but a little planning should be involved before jumping in a car and heading to Southern Utah. Getting there is indeed, half the fun. The national parks are not close to any large airports or metropolitan areas, thus almost requiring either a flight to large city or an adventurous road trip.





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Minimalism: Using Negative Space in Your Photographs - Photography Tutorial

Sometimes it’s nice and refreshing to just strip a photo or scene down to it’s absolute bare essentials. The problem is, sometimes when we try to fill up the entire frame with objects, lines, people, shapes, etc, we actually over-complicate things and leave the viewer wanting a place to rest their eyes.

The trick/secret is this: Negative space can be just as interesting in a photograph as anything else, if done right.

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Capturing Amazing Waterfalls - Photography Tutorial

One of the most common questions that a photographer asks is "How do I photograph waterfalls?"

Waterfalls do present themselves as a wonderful and challenging subject matter to photographers. Firstly they're beautiful places, secondly they are often in tricky lighting situation and thirdly they’re a dynamic subject as they’re moving (and of course movement means a challenge but also a real opportunity for a more dynamic shot).


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