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What even is intentional blur photography and since when did blur turn out to be a good element for your photographs? We get it – after years of conditioning to master the art of taking sharp images, the thought of adding intentional blur to your pictures could sound a bit perplexing. But as we gradually […]

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“In this digital era, your family photos can be lost so easily, but we know that a photographic print can last over 100 years” – this is a direct quote from Kelly Wilde, the artist and business owner behind June Lion Photography. In this featured photographer interview with Kelly ( a wedding/engagement/family/maternity/boudoir/commercial photographer – yes, […]

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In our previous interview with San Francisco-based photographer Danny Dong, he told us about how he made word of mouth referrals one of his strongest marketing strategies. And evidently, that’s something many successful wedding photographers have in common because ShootDotEdit customer Stephanie Heymann Photography, the focus of this featured photographer interview, runs her business on […]

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Micro weddings became the dream wedding for many couples during and even in the post-COVID pandemic era. Brides and grooms slashed their guest lists to ensure that they were following government guidelines, and with that, wedding photographers also pivoted their businesses to keep up with the new normal. Those who didn’t entirely switch to a […]

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Exotic, breathtaking locations, luxury wedding photos that wow, and a mastery of lighting – these are the words that we associate with ShootDotEdit customer Danny Dong Photography. He came to the US from China to get an MBA but ended up carving a niche for himself in the wedding photography industry in San Francisco and […]

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“Make a new friend. Share an old story. Feel inspired by a uniquely magical experience. Something clicks into place that wasn’t there before.” This is not a description for some tropical wellness retreat or a mini getaway; it’s actually how the team behind UK-based SNAP photo festival describes their conference. Photography conferences aren’t exactly synonymous […]

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