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3 Majestic Winter Photography Locations...

Posted on 2 January 2018

We are half-glass-full type people, and that’s why instead of bemoan the coming of winter, we head outwards to take in the most beautiful sights we can. Below are three renowned winter photography locations. If you are looking for a guided tour, scroll to the bottom of this blog and ...
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Snow Photography: Filter, Shutter Speed,...

Posted on 1 January 2018

Snow photography can be a real challenge. Digital cameras are designed to capture light, and they can be overwhelmed by the blinding whiteness of freshly fallen snow. There’s nothing more frustrating than beholding a beautiful nature scene and finding that your pictures do not do it justice. This blog will ...
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Photography Etiquette: Respecting Other ...

Posted on 11 December 2017

As we enter the holiday season, it’s worth noting that it has many different meanings to many different people. For some, the holiday season is a time of deep religious reflection. For others, it is simply a time to spend with family and friends and exchange gifts. The United States ...
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3 Black and White Photography Questions ...

Posted on 5 December 2017

Is black and white photography an anachronism, a relic from a previous time? Is it simply an artistic preference or does it offer advantages over color photography in certain situations? No worries. We have all the answers to the black and white photography questions you were too afraid to ask. ...
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Get Your Business Started With This Phot...

Posted on 20 June 2017

Determining what to charge for your photography services can be bewildering. Here is a brief photography pricing guide to get you started:   Publish Prices on Your Website You don’t have to include every price, but it is a good idea to post some prices to manage your clients’ expectations. If clients are ...
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Taking a Picture vs. Creating a Photogra...

Posted on 30 March 2016

With the increasing prevalence of cost-effective digital photography equipment, it's easy to expect that you will be able to take "professional" quality pictures immediately after unwrapping the box. But there's so much more that goes into the delicate art of creating an image that truly reflects the artist's vision and ...
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Going Pro with Getty — Stock Licensing...

Posted on 17 March 2016

Getty Images is a great resource for PR and communications pro's looking to buy stock photos — but did you know it's a marketplace for creatives to sell work too? Many image creators have leveraged existing portfolios into a profitable side business by licensing their photos through the agency. While ...
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Copyright Law: A Guide for the Aspiring ...

Posted on 15 February 2016

Many aspiring photographers make the mistake of not fully understanding copyright law before embarking on their artistic journey. Using material that is copyrighted by the creator without permission is considered infringement, which can lead to serious legal ramifications. On the other side, failing to protect your own work can lead ...
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Yampa Valley Mountain Range...

Posted on 20 September 2014

Gazing into the Yampa Valley and out into the distant mountain range, we watched as the sunrise began to inch it’s way above the mountain tops. Even before the sun breaks over the mountains, the light of early morning illuminates the remnants of the evening’s clouds with a beautiful soft, ...
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Lower Elk River Valley...

Posted on 19 September 2014

This photo was taken along the , in Routt County, Colorado. From where we stood, the light fell perfectly along the mountain range and up into the valley giving a nice contrast to the wooden fence. The bright light in the foreground really brings out the vivid yellow/green color of ...
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