Tag Archives: For Photographers

Disclaimer: this post contains affiliate links. I’ve been seriously lusting over a gimbal stabilizer ever since we got back from Mexico and all I had to show for it was a crazy shaky travel video. Even the Mister made a comment about how bad the footage was. Back in 2014, however, there were very limited options […]

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I knew when I got my Fuji X100s it was something that had to be blogged about. When I was researching the camera, I devoured every single blog post I could find about it. So I knew, when I got my own, it would be good of me to do my part to give back […]

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The first couple years of my business were SO unbelievably unorganized! You have no idea… I’d have inquiries come in and I’d send them my pricing and I would forget to follow up because their emails would get lost in my inbox. Or contracts would literally be strewn about my office floor (or my bedroom, […]

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I decided to skip today’s Funny Friday to write about something a bit more important to me. Earlier this week, I shared a screenshot of a (non-photographer) friend’s post on Instagram. A new retouching app was being promoted on her Facebook newsfeed, and it pissed her off. I posted some of my thoughts along with […]

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I’m not going to lie, it took me a long time to pluck up the courage to use off camera flash. It’s a scary thing… very intimidating. However, as a professional photographer, I need to be prepared to shoot in any type of situation. Good lighting, bad lighting, full sun, overcast, even at night! And […]

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I’m a little hesitant to post this entry, mostly because it includes a not-so flattering picture of myself. BUT, I discovered something important this weekend and I just HAVE to share. It’s too ridiculous not to. Note: I’ve noticed a bunch of traffic to this post from discussion boards talking about the noise reduction feature […]

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I’ve wanted the Fuji X100 forever. Like, ever since it was released. But I couldn’t make it work because I was still in school. Plus, from what I heard it was super quirky and finicky and frustrating. So I just followed people who shot with it, constantly impressed by the quality of that little camera. […]

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