Focus Stacking: The secret to increased depth of field in macro photography

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Have you ever seen a macro shot of an insect or flower and wondered how they got the entire subject in focus? In macro photography, you shoot at a close distance, which results in a very shallow depth of field. Even if the lens is closed down to its smallest aperture such as f/22, it […]

6 Tips for Storytelling Photography

Storytelling photography by Audrey Yates via Click it Up a Notch

Although I love to take posed portrait images, my main photography inspiration comes from my desire to capture those mundane, everyday moments with my son. I want these photographs to be able to transport me back to the day the photo was taken, to that very moment in time. Whilst most definitely a single image […]

Hiring a Photographer Abroad

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Have you read our two previous posts on travel photography? Be sure to check those out. Travel photography: What to pack Travel photography: 12 Tips for Europe Shortly after we booked our trip to Europe, I knew I wanted to hire a photographer to capture my husband and I in Paris. After all, we were […]

Newborn Photography Tips | Wrapping

Newborn photography tips | wrapping by Alicia Gould via Click it Up a Notch

Wrapping a newborn for photos doesn’t only soothe them to get better images, but helps to add texture and interest to your images. Follow these 7 newborn photography tips focused on helping you nail wrapping the little one. Newborn photography tips | Wrapping 1. Invest in different lengths and textures. If you really fall in […]

Travel Photography – 12 Tips for Europe

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*Post contains affiliate links. Thank you if you make a purchase and support Click it Up a Notch. We recently returned from 2 weeks in Europe. It was wonderful and a photographer’s dream! Travel photography is not my thing but I did learn several things along the way. All the images below were taken with […]