How to use Off-Camera Flash with Nikon d750 in TTL

How to use Off-Camera Flash with Nikon d750 in TTL

A huge pet peeve of mine is when photographers brag about being ‘available light’ photographers. Do you know what else is available? A flash. What that statement says to me is that you are new to photography and are not equipped to handle difficult lighting situations. You probably rely heavily on post-processing the image and […]

What to wear as a wedding photographer

What to wear as a wedding photographer

When you are beginning your photography business, there are so many random things to work through. A common early question is “what should I wear to a wedding if I’m the wedding photographer”? You want to be comfortable, yet you want to fit in with the wedding style. How to do you straddle that line […]

SmartAlbums Tutorial: how to reload previews

SmartAlbums Tutorial: how to reload previews

SmartAlbums is an album design software for photographers and it has been my software of choice since the first day it hit the market. I’m in LOVE with it. This software has transformed how I design wedding albums and removes all of the stress of offering books to my photography clients. In today’s SmartAlbums tutorial, […]

Should you mount prints prior to framing?

Should you mount prints prior to framing?

Recently, I sat down with photographer Emma Thurgood to interview her about things that every professional frame shop wishes photographers knew about mounting prints and framing. Thanks to a sorta heated Facebook thread, we talked about everything you need to know about mounting and framing your photography for wedding and portrait clients so they are […]

How to sell wall art: Virtual In-Person Sales techniques for photographers

How to sell wall art: Virtual In-Person Sales techniques for photographers

Are you ready to offer and sell wall art, but think it is too hard? Do you think you don’t have time for IPS or In-Person Sales? Think again. Offering your photography as albums, wall art, metal prints, canvas prints, holiday cards and other products for your photography clients doesn’t have to be time consuming. […]

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