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

Hiring a photographer abroad via Click it Up a Notch

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 […]

Critique Me – Michelle Kelly

Michelle Kelly

Remember: -Read How to Critique a Photo -Make a critique sandwich – something positive, something you would have done differently, something positive -My rule: no improvement tip = deleted comment -This will benefit the person leaving the photo critique just as much if not more than the person receiving the critique. -If you would like […]

How to Display a Lot of Photos

How to display photos easily and cheap by Amy Lee via Click it Up a Notch

*Post contains affiliate links. Wall space can be a serious dilemma for lots of people. Consider my office. Though my blog would have you believe that it is a large and light filled space with ample amounts of room for the many creative endeavors I pursue, it is not. Thus, my need to find a […]

Photography Editing Workflow – Lightroom -> Photoshop -> BlogStomp

Photography Editing Workflow - Lightroom | Photoshop | BlogStomp by Cinnamon Wolfe via Click it Up a Notch

*Post contains affiliate links. When I first started using my DSLR on a regular basis I really began to understand why having a trusted and consistent photography editing workflow when handling your images was so important. In the first few months of shooting and editing consistently, I found myself buried in a ridiculous amount of […]