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In this tutorial I will teach you how to edit in photo in Lightroom and…

In this tutorial I will teach you how to edit in photo in Lightroom and…

Once you see these 24 everyday coincidences, they cannot be unseen.

Once you see these 24 everyday coincidences, they cannot be unseen.

With just a box and some negative fill you can create dark food photography images. Click to read how to guide and behind the scenes images.

With just a box and some negative fill you can create dark food photography images. Click to read how to guide and behind the scenes images.

If you’re reading this, you are probably Googling the internet to figure out how to use flash with your photography. Maybe you’re about to start photographing weddings. Maybe you’ve been using flash, but you don’t know how to do OCF (Off Camera Flash) and you’re just looking for an easy startup guide. I thought I would …Continue Reading

If you’re reading this, you are probably Googling the internet to figure out how to use flash with your photography. Maybe you’re about to start photographing weddings. Maybe you’ve been using flash, but you don’t know how to do OCF (Off Camera Flash) and you’re just looking for an easy startup guide. I thought I would …Continue Reading

TOP 10 LIGHTROOM TRICKS YOU SHOULD KNOW

TOP 10 LIGHTROOM TRICKS YOU SHOULD KNOW

The Photography Tips That 96 Photographers Wish They Would’ve Learned Sooner

The Photography Tips That 96 Photographers Wish They Would’ve Learned Sooner

How To Light People With Glasses And Avoid Shoot-Crippling Glare #photography #phototips https://www.slrlounge.com/how-to-light-people-with-glasses-and-avoid-shoot-crippling-glare/

How To Light People With Glasses And Avoid Shoot-Crippling Glare #photography #phototips https://www.slrlounge.com/how-to-light-people-with-glasses-and-avoid-shoot-crippling-glare/

Inverse Square Law Made Easy

Inverse Square Law Made Easy

Rules for Perfect Lighting: Understanding The Inverse-Square Law

Rules for Perfect Lighting: Understanding The Inverse-Square Law