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How to: Photograph Pets & Animals

Now, more than ever society considers our four-legged friends more than just “pets” but an equal member of the family. I’m not saying people haven’t always loved their pets, because that’s just not true, but the increase of dog parks, pet clothes, pet daycare, and pets in public being more acceptable like restaurants and stores, … Continue reading

How to: Photograph Waterfalls

This was a popular post in a previous blog that I ran for a while and decided to re-write it. The basics of photographing waterfalls is fairly simple with the right equipment. I love photographing movement. Each time we are faced with shooting movement we have two choices as a photographer, and both yield dramatically … Continue reading

Black & White Photography, plus Tips!

Over the past few years I’ve found that some of my most favorite photographs that I’ve taken are those which have been converted to black & white. I always shoot in color, but do decide beforehand which photos I will convert to black and white.  I have a photography exhibition running right now, “From Here to … Continue reading

How to: Critique your own work.

Rules are meant to be broken. Remember that when reading over the next post about critiquing your work. It’s hard not to think of the criticism as being negative because it sort of is. Looking at your photography critically will shed a beam of light on all of the things that you can improve upon … Continue reading

Tips for Tagging

If you’re already selling online then you probably have a pretty good grasp on tagging your products to attract the perfect buyers. In my opinion, after word of mouth and marketing it’s a super important priority to get right. It’s more important when you are selling from a third party shop like Etsy or Artfire … Continue reading

Master Product Photography in 3 steps.

First impressions. Think about what your habits are for window shopping because online shopping is very similar. When you are walking by a counter or storefront some things catch your eye and make you stop, while others just blend in with everything else.  Online, catchy bright colors and tiny unidentifiable  thumbnails might be enough to … Continue reading

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