Everything CreativeLive Instructors Did (and Didn’t) Learn In School
Everything CreativeLive Instructors Did (and Didn’t) Learn In School
Photo.net Editorial
With summer coming to a close and the beginning of the school year just around the corner, we asked some of our instructors to reminisce about their o...
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Jasmine Star on the Photographer-Client Relationship and Staying Inspired
Jasmine Star on the Photographer-Client Relationship and Staying Inspired
Photo.net Editorial
The best photographs are when the perfect moment unfolds in front of the lens—but the best photographers don’t always wait for that moment. Someti...
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Kelly Brown: I Don’t Care What Other Photographers Think
Kelly Brown: I Don’t Care What Other Photographers Think
Photo.net Editorial
by Hanna Brooks Olsen July 25, 2018featured, photo & video If you’re a photographer of any level, you definitely don’t need anyone tel...
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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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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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