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Top 6 Ways to Boost Your Wedding Photography Sales

Back in the age when digital images weren’t a thing, wedding photography clients looked forward to receiving prints and beautifully designed albums. However, in this modern age, digital images have made it possible for couples to walk away with hundreds of photos on a tiny USB drive and maybe just a few prints to adorn […]

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Tutorial: How to Resize an Image in Photoshop

While images can help make a website look more appealing to a viewer, uneven sizes or pictures that refuse to load and are replaced by a caption or an image number below them could potentially ruin a web user’s experience. The wrong image size is usually the cause of these problems. Besides spoiling the user […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Wedding Photography Basics

Being aware about certain photography basics before you even set out to turn that first lead into a client would certainly come in handy. As a beginner, you may not know everything about wedding photography, but having top-notch photography skills, functional gear, and knowing when and how to use photography equipment could help you go […]

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Profoto: A Lighting Game-Changer for Pro Photographers

Quality lighting is one of the MANY factors that go into making a photograph a masterpiece, and Profoto’s mission is to ensure that photographers get the best of it. Their goal is to deliver excellence in photography lighting equipment and make a photographer’s life easier and this goal is what put them at the top […]

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Tutorial: How to do Quick & Easy Sky Replacement in Photoshop

The appearance of the sky in your images could significantly impact how a viewer perceives them. If you want your photograph to look a little more dreamy, romantic or dramatic, you can get your desired results by replacing the sky with the one that fits your photography vision better. And while replacing the sky sounds […]

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Top Legal Traps Wedding Photographers Face

Being a wedding photographer means documenting some of the most special moments of people’s lives, aka a huge responsibility. Even with everything planned flawlessly, a misunderstanding, miscommunication, or an error could potentially land you in legal trouble. Not being prepared for such situations beforehand or at least having a mechanism to handle them could prove […]

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How to Hire an Assistant: A Wedding Photographer’s Guide

As you start the process of hiring an assistant, you may find yourself perplexed with questions – where to find them, how to hire them, and how to conduct the training process? To begin with, it is important to draw a clear differentiating line among assistants, assistant photographers, and second shooters. They can all play […]

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Lightroom Tutorial: How to Fix Bad Lighting

Photographing weddings could mean taking images in all sorts of venues and sometimes even venues with less than ideal lighting conditions. If you are shooting outdoors on a bright and sunny day, you may be able to balance out or fix bad lighting with off-camera lighting and reflectors. Low-light venues possess their own set of […]

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Model Release Form: Why Your Wedding Photography Business Needs It

Trying to figure out what you need to add to a model release form? What purpose does it serve? And whether you even need one while photographing weddings? Well, imagine this. You successfully booked a couple, took some stunning photos at their wedding, including photos of the bride and groom, the guests, the decor, and […]

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Standard Photography Contract Simplified

Drafting a contract is one of the first steps you take as you set up your wedding photography business and begin your journey of booking your ideal clients. “When should I have a wedding photography contract ready?” – this is a question many photographers ask when they are just starting out. Well, the answer is […]

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