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Wayne Gretzky said “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take” – he was referring of course to hockey, but this true for photography too.  You never know what you can capture with your camera until you use it.  Basically, the more you practice,  the more you learn. I just recently finished teaching a […]

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With Springtime on it’s way, a lot of you are planning for photo sessions (high school seniors, family spring portraits, spring portraits for the kids, etc.) this time of year.  You have a lot of time and money invested into your session, and you want to make sure it’s worth it.   Here’s some quick advice […]

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“Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.” ― Henri Cartier-Bresson It’s really hard to get that PERFECT picture!  But if you know a few simple tricks & tips, you’ll get a little closer.  Below is a list of 7 things to watch out for when trying to get the perfect shot… 1 – Photo bombers […]

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