Category: Photography Tips

boudoir session

Thinking Of A Boudoir Session?

Wikipedia defines boudoir photography as “a photographic style featuring intimate, romantic, and sometimes erotic images of its subjects in a photographic studio, bedroom or private dressing room environment, primarily intended for the private enjoyment...

portrait retouching

Portrait Retouching

Why We Do Portrait Retouching As photographers why should we do portrait retouching? We strive to get everything right in camera. So why should we do anything else? Basically portrait retouching brings out the...

bird photography

Bird Photography

My Love Of Bird Photography My love of the outdoors comes from my adolescent years growing up on a farm in rural Arkansas. When you combine that with my love of photography you get...

Night Photography Tips

Night Photography Tips

In this article, I wanted to touch on one of my favorite types of photography and give you a few night photography tips. Night photography is not anything like shooting in the daylight. There...

Amateur Photography Tips

Amateur Photography Tips

If you are just starting out in photography or you just want to learn a little more check out these great amateur photography tips for beginners. You’ll find some great tips for getting better...

Improve Your Photos

Improve Your Photos

Are you looking to improve your photos? If you want to take the next step with your photos you can get a few tips here. Continue reading to find out how you can do...

Digital Photography File Formats

Digital Photography File Formats

If you want to get the most from your digital camera and your photos you need to understand digital photography file formats. There are several options when you are capturing images on your camera....

Tips For Better Photos

Tips For Better Photos

In this article on tips for better photos I want to share some basic tips that can help you take your photos from snapshots to “Wow”. Some of these tips will apply more toward...

The Exposure Triangle In Photography

I have to admit one of the toughest parts of starting out in digital photography for me was understanding the exposure triangle.  The exposure triangle shows the relationship between aperture, shutter speed and ISO...

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