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Photography Backdrops on a Budget
Joe Edelman goes into detail concerning his use of backdrops—a fundamental (yet often overlooked) piece of equipment for any photographer working in a studio setting.

Tips for Watermarking Your Images
For others, watermarks are seen as distractions. In case you belong to the first school of thought, here are some quick tips from David Bergman.

The Photography Slump
How many times have you found yourself wondering why after a period of feeling productive, you’re suddenly not shooting as much?

Building the Home Studio Part 1: Space and Essential Shooting Gear
Learn how to build you own Photo Studio right at your own home.

Why and How to Use a Color Chart for Photography
A color chart is a tool that’s easy to underestimate. It’s not nearly as complex as most of the gear and software that modern photographers use – but it’s still important in the right context!

How to Fix Blown Out Skies in Photoshop
Getting back details from blown out highlights is something that photographers battle with sometimes. This technique is often an exercise in trial and error.

A Technique for Clean Sharpening in Photoshop
Sharpening without introducing black or white edges around a subject can be a real challenge. Here’s a demonstration of how to sharpen images without the unsavory edges.

Three Easy Tips for Better Bridal Portraits
A smart use of time, a relaxed bride, and clear instructions will almost always help you get that perfect shot of the bride.

How to Replicate Worn Film in Photoshop
That unique “crushed” look of old films is an attractive vintage style that we can show you how to create!

How to Capture Crystal Clear Splash Photography
When trying out new splash photography techniques, the lighting all depends on if you’re photographing something solid or transparent. Let us show you!