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How to quickly and easily correct color casts using Photoshop

Using the average blur filter to easily correct color casts using photoshop One of the most frustrating things about being a beginner photographer is having people talk to you about a subject as though it’s the most obvious thing in the world. At the very beginning of this hugely beautiful journey that is photography, one […] Read more…

YOU SUCK! GET OVER IT!

5 Surprising Reasons You Still Suck at Photography You’ve had your camera for months. And you’ve worked hard to grasp it. Frigging hard. You’ve read popular blogs, watched Youtube videos- heck, you even scanned your camera’s manual, but you still suck at photography. Better gear, and cheaper workshops, would have you shooting for Vogue in […] Read more…

How to Take Pictures on Cloudy Days

Before I became interested in photography, I used to believe that bright sunny days were the best conditions to take pictures in. But then I went to photography school and learned about shadows and highlights and contrast and…Along the way, and after lots of practice, I started to see for myself the types of light […] Read more…

A QUICK AND EASY GUIDE TO EXPOSURE

How My Skinny Jeans Helped Me Understand Exposure Are you struggling with exposure? I’ve been there. Messing around with my camera trying to figure out why my pictures were coming out pitch black. Ugh! If this is happening to you, don’t worry! It’s hard at first, but then you practice and fumble until suddenly the […] Read more…

Using Shallow Depth of Field for Amazing Photography

Hello loves! Today I want to discuss one of the most powerful creative decisions you can make in photography. Ok, I know it sounds a bit dramatic, but it’s true! Shallow depth of field is awesome and it should totally blow your mind☺. I’ve used a picture of one of my mom’s crazy-ass dogs to […] Read more…

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