Critique Me-Lenora

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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. Thank you to Lenora […]

5 Must-Read Photography Books

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The contributors and I put together a list of must read photography books! There are so many books out there but it can be confusing to know exactly which one to purchase. Here is a list of our must-have photography books: 1. Skin: The Complete Guide to Digitally Lighting, Photographing, and Retouching Faces and Bodies […]

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How to use Kelvin for White Balance

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When I began shooting, white balance was the last thing on my mind. But as my technical skills improved, so did my eye for color.  It is really amazing how things seem to come together. During the second year of doing a Project 365, one of my goals for the year was white balance. I […]

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Data Backup: A Photographer’s Friend Guest Post by Full Dimension IT Solutions

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Technology has come a long way in a very short period in the computer industry. The rise of mobile devices, cloud services, and the mantra of “access to data from anywhere” has pushed our dependence on that data to new levels. But behind those new, useful tools, are still some of the same problems that […]

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Winner of Online Photography Class from Bella Pop

We loved reading about what classes you guys would like to take from Bella Pop! Wondering if you won? The winner has been announced on that post! Check it out. It may be YOU! Online Photography Class Giveaway from Bella Pop