Category Archives: For Photographers

Zhiyun Crane-M Gimbal Stabilizer with the Fuji X100F

Disclaimer: this post contains affiliate links. I’ve been seriously lusting over a gimbal

Using Car Headlights as a Light Source

Back in the summer (oh, how I am dreaming of warmer days!) I was hanging out with my good friend,

Something is Better Than Nothing

This is a reminder. To myself. To my photographer friends. To all of us who are perfectionists.

How To Tag Instagram Location Later

I don’t know about you, but sometimes Instagram’s location tagging can be a bit annoying.

An Interview + A Sneak Peek: Brittany + Lukas

I knew when I got my Fuji X100s it was something that had to be blogged about. When I was researching

Comfort Zones and Getting Out of Them: Jessica + Brian Sneak Peek

Sometimes (actually, more often than not) it’s good to get out of your comfort zone and try

Things I Love: Pixifi (Client Management System)

The first couple years of my business were SO unbelievably unorganized! You have no idea…

How to Prevent a Wedding Hangover

Wedding season is sneaking up on us and for many it has already started. Last year I found myself

Skin Smoothing + Liquify + The Truth About Why I Hate Photoshopping

I decided to skip today’s Funny Friday to write about something a bit more important to me.

How Are You Going to Improve Your Photography This Year?

A new year always reminds us we need to make goals if we want to keep moving forward. This is something

Using Off-Camera Flash in Bad Lighting Situations

I’m not going to lie, it took me a long time to pluck up the courage to use off camera flash.

Fuji X100s Ugly Noise Reduction + Why I’m Only Shooting RAW Now

I’m a little hesitant to post this entry, mostly because it includes a not-so flattering picture

Gear Review: Tenba Roadie II Hybrid

Last summer, at the end of a wedding, I found myself struggling while leaving a wedding reception. I had

My Thoughts on the Fuji X100s

I’ve wanted the Fuji X100 forever. Like, ever since it was released. But I couldn’t make it

Multiple Personalities

As photographers grow in their craft, they tend to develop their signature style of editing. Whether