3 Steps to make a Photo Book in Lightroom

Tips to stream line your photo book creation

*Post contains affiliate links. Thanks in advance if you support Click it Up a Notch. If you are anything like me, you’ve been dutifully practicing all of the amazing tutorials Courtney and her contributors provide on a weekly basis on this blog. Perhaps you purchased Courtney’s ebook The Unexpected Everyday and have been working through […]

#clickaday Photography Challenge

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Will you join me and Kim at SHUTTER|bag for a photography challenge for the month of June? It is simple, I promise. Pick up you camera and take a photo every single day for 30 days. That’s it. See, I told you it was simple. You don’t even have to use your camera if you […]

How To: Photo Transfer Onto Glass

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Today I’m going to show you how to transfer photos onto glass using Mod Podge Photo Transfer. This is something I’ve definitely wanted to try for some time now, but the process looked extremely daunting. I’m here to tell you that it’s actually not as a bad as it looks! I’ve done all the trial […]

Newborn Photography | 4 Tips for Preparing the Parents

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Cuddling, posing, and capturing newborns is the best part of the job, right? But taking the time to prepare and educate your clients on newborn photography can make the actual session easier! You have to find the right balance between wanting your clients to sit back and relax by taking care of everything and allowing […]

6 Ways to Stay Motivated with a Photography Project

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I started my first Project 365 on January 1, 2010. I haven’t put my camera down yet, so I’m currently shooting my fifth year. At first the project was geared towards keeping my husband connected while he was deployed. We also lived 7 hours from family and had two small children. I wanted to document our […]