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9 Film Wedding Photographers You Should Follow

Why not shoot digital like the rest of the world? In these cases, it doesn't matter if it's film or digital… their work is amazing. Jonathan Canlas Jonathan Canlas is the God-Father of film these days. He shoots 100% film 100% of the time. Jose Villa Jose's work is simply out-of-this-world. Jen Huang Jen has a very unique style. Elizabeth Messina Elizabeth Messina is I think one of the best at capturing the details and emotions of the weddings that she shoots. Karen Wise Karen is great at capturing details. Samm Blake Samm is based in Melbourne, Australia one of the many great photographers coming from down under. Jonas Peterson Speaking of photographers from Australia, Jonas is another who I think is top 10 every year. Fer Juaristi Fer is based in Mexico, and is a hybrid shooter. Diana Palmer Diana's work is incredible. *Matthew Ryan is a film and wet plate photographer based in Salt Lake City, Utah.

10 Things I Learned from Jay Maisel. Monday, 2nd September 2013 Written by: Tiffany Joyce It’s finally September, and psychologically the end of summer.

10 Things I Learned from Jay Maisel

The triple-digit heat still holds Arizona in its grip, though, so I still spend my days inside, in air-conditioned comfort. Luckily for me I have a subscription to Kelby Training. Just because I can’t physically wander the streets, camera in hand, doesn’t mean that I can’t enjoy a photography-filled day. There is a wealth of knowledge about street photography, gained from Maisel’s 40+ years of experience, encapsulated in that five and a half hours. 1. 2. 3.

. , will cancel the exposure bracketing setting when the camera is turned off, making it necessary to re-set it again when the camera is turned back on. 4. 5. 6. 10 of the Best YouTube Channels For Photographers. Do you enjoy heading over to YouTube for a break – choose a video and get inspired for the day?

10 of the Best YouTube Channels For Photographers

You’re not alone. With millions of hours watched every day, there really is something for everyone. I’ve been doing a lot of research on YouTube lately, and in the process found some wonderful channels that you have to check out as a photographer. Know of any more? Leave a comment below – I’d love to find other professional YouTube channels just for photographers. AJ Wood Everything Adobe – whether you are looking for tutorials on Lightroom, Photoshop, or even Dreamweaver, these videos will give you hours of ideas. Create Great Bokeh By Following These Simple Tips. Autofocus Lens Calibration Tool. Autofocus Lens Calibration Tool. Three Reasons You’re Not Ready To Shoot A Wedding – And One Way To Fix It: by Angelo Stavrow.

Photo Credit: ©2010 Angelo Stavrow, Saad Khan and Caitlyn Bom With the advent of low-cost digital SLRs, the field of photography is being democratized — even the most entry-level version sports image quality and responsiveness that stand head and shoulders above the point-and-shoot cameras that reign supreme in the consumer market, offering the first-time photographer an excellent tool with which to begin learning.

Three Reasons You’re Not Ready To Shoot A Wedding – And One Way To Fix It: by Angelo Stavrow

Inevitably, newbies flood photography forums on the Internet, wearing their heart on their sleeve and putting their best work up for critique. A curious sequence of events then unfold for our newbie: She puts up a few colourful sunsets, maybe a few flowers, a couple of black-and-white portraits; since she love taking photos, her SLR is always with her. She gets to be know as The Gal With The Awesome Camera. And then, almost out of nowhere, it happens: some friend or acquaintance, having seen her photography, asks her if she’d be interested in shooting their wedding. 1. Win SmugMug Pro for Life from PhotoWhoa! *Prizes provided by PhotoWhoa.

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Not sponsored or endorsed by SmugMug, Inc. Exclusive Deals for Photographers Beautiful online photo gallery forever Unlimited secure storage forever Unique customizable pages forever Amazing prints and gifts forever Happy photos forever Enter your email address: How To Make Selling Non-Scary. Starting a Photography Business: Part 11 – What are Keywords? Google made the news today about how it lists searches and it helped me decide to write this article now.

Starting a Photography Business: Part 11 – What are Keywords?

Worth bearing in mind is that although Google has more users than other search engines we shouldn’t neglect the other search engines and their criteria, 20% of all users are working with Google’s competition. One of the best ways to get the search engines to work for us is to have a site that is keyword ready. Keywords are easiest described as a word that a customer will type into a search engine to find a product.

And luckily Google offers a free Keyword Tool which allows you to type in a list of your keywords individually so you can see how many times in the last month people have used the word in a search. You might be surprised by what it throws up and which words you consider to be a keyword to your product that just doesn’t feature on the radar of a consumer. 40 Best WordPress Photography Website Templates.

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