Best Photography Tips of 2013

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This has been a year full of blessings. We celebrated our 3 year of blogging and had some amazing tutorials to share with you. These are our top 20 tutorials we wrote in 2013. Be sure to “pin” this so you can refer back to it often. So many great tutorials here from some really talented photographers. Thank you to our contributors and guest writers who are so willing to share their knowledge. We truly want to help you grow in your photography journey.

Best photography tutorials of 2013 via Click it Up a Notch

1. Photography tips: Over 100 tutorials

2. Capture your Christmas photography series

3. 11 tips for what to wear in family photos

4. 10 Tips to capture silhouette photos

5. 5 Tips that changed my newborn photography

6. Camera lens series: Everything you need to know

7. 14 Photography projects

8. How to nail white balance like a pro

9. Wedding photography lenses: What you need to know

10. Pregnancy photos: 12 Do’s and don’ts for flawless maternity portraits

11. Photography style: 5 tips to find your style

12. 5 Tips to help organize photos

13. Zone system: The Basics

14. 5 Senior portrait tips

15. Secret to backlighting: Photography tip Video Q & A

16. 9 Best photography books to improve your photography

17. Beach photography: 5 tips for better beach images

18. Low light photography tips

19. Finding light in unexpected places

20. Before and after editing: Clean edit

We have even more exciting things coming in 2014. Stay tuned!

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  • Danielle
    January 2, 2014 at 12:59 PM

    How did you make this blog? I wanted to make one for my 365 day project!

    • January 2, 2014 at 1:50 PM

      My blog is a self-hosted WordPress site but has the framework. I have a lot of bells and whistles that don’t come with a free site though Glad you are going to start a 365 :)

      • Danielle
        January 2, 2014 at 2:12 PM

        Is it hard to make one and can I make it private??

        • January 2, 2014 at 2:19 PM

          No, not if you use one of their pre made templates. And yes, you can make it private.

          • Danielle
            January 2, 2014 at 2:20 PM

            Thank you so much!!!

  • March 15, 2014 at 6:50 PM

    Hey there!
    I think I dropped you a line a few weeks ago about a photography question. I had one more for you if you don’t mind. :) I’m looking into buying a Maco Lens for my Nikon D5000. I was to eventually upgrade my camera but not at this time. Which Macro Lens would you recommend for me to use for a newborn session to get up close of eyelashes, nose, ears, fingers, and toes?? I know they are very expensive but maybe if you could through me a couple ideas of which ones may work? I’ve looked at the 105mm 2.8 which is pretty pricey for me right now. There are very good reviews.
    Thank you for your time. Hope to hear from you! Your blog is awesome! :)

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