Peanut Butter, Honey, and Drool: The Life of a Pet Photographer
Peanut Butter, Honey, and Drool: The Life of a Pet Photographer
Photo.net Editorial
by Rachel Gregg article excerpt from blog.creativelive.com   “My camera is always covered in peanut butter, honey, and drool.” You can learn...
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Photographers: Don’t Forget To Document Your Big Life Moments
Photographers: Don’t Forget To Document Your Big Life Moments
Photo.net Editorial
It’s been almost 17 years since I first picked up any kind of camera and it feels like all of that time spent behind the lens has been training for ...
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4 Ways To Improve Your Outdoor and Nature Photography Skills During Your Next Hike
4 Ways To Improve Your Outdoor and Nature Photography Skills During Your Next Hike
Photo.net Editorial
by Stephanie Faris March 6, 2018 featured, photo & video on blog.creativelive.com As the days get longer, many of us long to be outside. This is ...
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The Big Lie About Lifestyle Photography
The Big Lie About Lifestyle Photography
Photo.net Editorial
I wanted to share with you a common “lie” I hear about lifestyle photography. Hang with me? One thing I see all the time on social media, and f...
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5 Steps to Creating Authentic Street Portraits
5 Steps to Creating Authentic Street Portraits
Photo.net Editorial
My favorite way to tell the story of the places I visit is through its people. Photography always requires mastery of light, composition, creativity a...
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2017 Holiday Gift Guide: For Photographers Under $50
2017 Holiday Gift Guide: For Photographers Under $50
Photo.net Editorial
Let the holiday shopping begin!  Lets gets started with some stocking stuffers for the photographer in your life!  There are so many great ideas he...
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8 World Class Photographers Share Tips for Travelling With Gear
8 World Class Photographers Share Tips for Travelling With Gear
Photo.net Editorial
At some point, every photographer is going to be asked to travel to a location with a client; whether it’s across town or across the world, travel...
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Stopping Scope Creep Without Offending Clients
Stopping Scope Creep Without Offending Clients
Photo.net Editorial
To be able to have a conversation with your client that is in learned skill and that's the most important thing to your question and my answer is...
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When is it time to upgrade my gear!?
When is it time to upgrade my gear!?
Photo.net Editorial
Photography gear should be viewed as just tools - much like in the same way that the person...
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Balancing Consumption vs Creation
Balancing Consumption vs Creation
Photo.net Editorial
In this episode of Daily Creative Chase Jarvis answers a terrific question many creative artists struggle with in this digital age where consumption o...
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