The 5 Most Popular Wedding Photography Styles

Posted July 22nd @ 22 July, 2014

Your wedding is a once in a lifetime event. You may already have chosen that romantic villa in Phoenix as the perfect ceremony and reception location or ordered that remarkably beautiful and stunning wedding gown. Your wedding will probably be the one of those extraordinary and memorable event people will talk about for years to come. It is expected that these memories will begin to fade as time passes by so it is important you hire a person that will capture these moments as if they were ...
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Winter Photography Tips

Posted July 21st @ 21 July, 2014

Winter is a wonderful season that conjures up images of snow, Santa and hot chocolate.  Winter photographs often help individuals get into the holiday spirit, even if the photo has nothing to do with Christmas.  People begin to think of family, happy times, and are in generally good spirits during the frosty season.  Whether you desire a professional position as a photographer or just want to capture images for yourself, the following photography tips will help for the chilly ...
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The History of Modern Photography

Posted July 20th @ 20 July, 2014

Its amazing how photography has evolved from simple pinhole camera to the most advanced digital single reflex cameras. Beginning with the humble pinhole camera, which was developed in 1600s and then in 1850. From successful recording of positive image on a metal plate, photographic industry has evolved into a giant digital age. In earlier days photographic equipment were very hefty and heavy. For example,during the Civil War, photographic equipment involved two horse wagons coupled with ...
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Olympus Digital Photography Tips

Posted July 19th @ 19 July, 2014

At first glance you might not even notice this little camera among the others, but don\'t let its looks fool you as the Olympus Camedia C7000 is a powerful digital camera in a small package. Boasting a 7.1 megapixel range, very user-friendly controls, and excellent quality output, this camera is hard to beat.With its innovative and useful new features and you have a rival to challenge most others for the best digital cameras available. Let\'s take a closer look at the Olympus C7000The Olympus ...
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How to Find a Great Camera at a Price You Can Afford

Posted July 18th @ 18 July, 2014

In the last few years, a digital camera has become a very affordable asset. Even if you are on a low budget, you can buy a basic camera that has enough features to meet the needs of an average amateur photographer. Rapid technological advancements have significantly decreased the price for digital cameras. The Internet is a very good source for finding an affordable camera to suit your specific needs. There are plenty of websites that sell these devices at bargain prices. You can find detailed ...
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Going PRO : 5 Wedding Photography Tips

Posted July 17th @ 17 July, 2014

1. Business Plan 2. Advertising and Marketing 3. Branding 4. Networking 5. Sales 1. In order to achieve and perpetuate a profitable photography business or any other business, it is very essential to have a vision where you would like to see your business grow, expand and head in the future. Visualizing and capturing your thoughts on paper and then producing a business plan is very essential. It will create a sense of direction as well as prioritization in regards to the ...
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Tips on Digital Photography for Beginners

Posted July 16th @ 16 July, 2014

Now getting great looking digital photographs is not difficult. You may wonder, with complex features the digital camera has, whether you will get good images. You may be worried about messing up your shots. The advantages of digital cameras are many. For example, unlike the traditional film cameras, you can take as many photos as as long as your memory card permits. If some photos which have not come right those could be easily deleted so that you can have more space. In essence, the digital ...
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A Viable Photography Business Plan

Posted July 15th @ 15 July, 2014

Here we will outline exact things to do, or in other words ideas on how to handle your photography business. There are some very practical things you need to do within this photography business plan.1) When starting a small business you should position yourself particularly. You need to be different from all other competitors. Choose what sets your service apart. You need to do thorough MR and find the right slot that fits your profile. Always look out for opportunities and tap your potential ...
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Photography 101 Part 1

Posted July 14th @ 14 July, 2014

Photography 101 Part One Equipment: camera, meter, flash, tripod This article is a simplified photography course directed at new photographers out there who want to know where to start. If you really want to learn photography the first thing you need is a good affordable and reliable camera. It must, and I repeat must, be able to shoot in fully manual and fully auto focus modes. (This leaves out any digital cameras on the market right now, sorry.) To really learn photography you must understand ...
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Should You Consider Professional Wedding Photography ?

Posted July 13th @ 13 July, 2014

For engaged couples on a tight budget, professional wedding photography is often one of the first places they look to cut corners. Some couples consider purchasing smaller marriage photography packages or even forgoing the package altogether and simply paying the photographer for his or her time and the raw media. Other couples begin to question whether they need professional marriage photography at all. Professional wedding photographers bring a lot to the table that may be hard to replace. ...
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