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Monthly Archives: June 2014

As I have been teaching more new boudoir photographers, I have noticed during our demo shoot I repeat this:  “Stop and look at the back of your camera, and check out the shots as you take them. Make sure you are capturing what you think you are.”  I think they are just so excited to be shooting, they are in the […]

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NvN asks: “When you give clients the images, and they are already retouched, and they say, “Thank you! Could you retouch these please?” … how do you break it to them gently that the images have already been polished?“ All photographers have their own style when it comes to shooting and editing. Some prefer little to […]

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It’s too often that we photographers can get stuck in lighting scenario ruts. Many of us shoot exclusively available light or employ just one setup of studio lighting. We find our comfort zone with our lighting and pretty much stay there. But, understanding different methods of lighting not only gives you more control over the end result […]

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It started with a cold call. I didn’t even let her finish her sentence before I said “No, I’m not interested, please take my number off of your call list.” “May I ask why?” she replied, not in the huffy way that you’d expect from someone who’d just been given the brush off, but more […]

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