Portraiture Shooting Tip: How To Crop Your Photos The Right Way

 

In this quick tutorial, I'll teach you the best and worst ways to crop when taking portraits. This blog is dedicated to helping you level up your photography in bite sized teachings that you can implement to improve your photography immediately. For the latest videos, articles and exclusive content, make sure to sign up for our newsletter!

 
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Avoid Blurry Photos: How to Capture A Moving Subject

capturing motion panning May 09, 2018
 

In this quick tutorial, I'll teach you how to pan a moving subject in natural lighting. You're wanting to capture the motion in the background, while getting a crisp, in-focus subject in the foreground. Learn how to position your body and use slow shutter speeds to capture motion in a still image!



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Indoor Lighting Tip: How To Use Natural Lighting Indoors

 

In the video training, Maggie teaches you a quick lesson in properly using natural light indoors. This is the most common problem she sees as a professional photographer and it's such an easy fix. Try it out!

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How To Set Your White Balance on your DSLR Camera - Kelvins

dslr kelvins white balance Feb 21, 2018
 

In this quick tutorial, I'll teach you how to customize your white balance shot-by-shot just like you do you exposure, shutter speed and your aperture so that you can get the photo right the first time and it's one less this you have to think about when you take the photos from the camera to edit. Kelvin numbers allow you to adjust the warmth or coolness of a photo. I'll show you examples of indoor and outdoor kelvin settings to achieve what you're looking for.

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