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With fall right around the corner you may be thinking about taking photos that incorporate a fun autumn theme. You can keep things simple and use natural backgrounds OR get a little more creative and add a fun spin to your fall photos or fall themed mini sessions.  Keep reading for 9 great ideas for…

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So you’ve just started your photography business! Good for you! You get bonus points too, because you’ve realized that you need to have a portrait photography contract in place in order to start taking clients.  BUT, you’re a little unsure where to start or what should be in your contract.  Keep on reading  to learn…

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  • sharonJuly 20, 2017 - 1:51 pm

    Thank you Emily! very useful!ReplyCancel

The Must Get Beach Shots & How To Get Them! Heading to the beach this summer?  It’s an awesome spot for photos!  If you’re going to be shooting your own family at the beach or maybe you’re shooting a full session there, here are 7 Easy Tips For Taking Pictures At The Beach and making…

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What to Look For To Get Great Light in Your Photos! If you are just starting out in photography (or maybe you’ve been at it awhile but are still struggling a little) There is one thing you need to know how to use that will really make or break the look of your photos.  And…

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How to Get ISO to Work for You! Setting your ISO is the third component in working with manual settings for your camera.  Think of your ISO as your “helper” after you have selected your shutter speed and set your f/stop. Your ISO setting measures the sensitivity of your camera’s image sensor. What the Numbers…

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