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Behind the Scenes – Child Portrait Photography

What It’s like to shoot a Child’s Portrait When shooting a toddler, it’s never a walk in the park. You always have to have your camera ready! Come up with games to play with them to get them to stay where you want them to be! This is a little video I...

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Disney Dino Land – Dinosaur Icons

Disney Dino Land – Dinosaur Icons Dino Rama! When starting this project I wanted to make something for my 3 year old nephew. His birthday was coming up and I thought it would be something fun I could make and turn into a coloring book for him. I bounced around a...

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Water Drop Photography

Crazy cool Water Drop Photography Ever see those crazy wallpapers with these water drops that look like they came from a lava lamp!! Well I️ decided to give it a try! The set up is pretty intensive . First you need to get a bag of water and hang it above a pan of...

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Creative Portrait – Smoke Bombs

Little Red Riding Hood – Smoke Bombs Smoke bombs portraits have started making it’s way into portraits. They are expensive and hard to find. I highly recommend researching about them before lighting them. We had a lot of trial and error with over $100...

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Long Exposure – Light Painting Products

Long Exposure – Light Painting Products First off, I’ll be honest with you. I’m not too happy how these turned out. But I thought I would share them in order to help you to not make the same mistakes I did. Product photography is my weakness. I have...

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Epic Long Exposure with the Stars

Epic long exposure with the stars Not going to lie, I got really lucky with this shot! I’ve tried to do some star photography before. Mine would turn out nasty with so much grain you couldn’t tell which dots were stars. After talking to my friend Ben...

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Cool Long Exposures at Night

Cool Long Exposure Night Photography Have you ever tried to take a long exposure photo with your friends and spell out you name with a flashlight? Almost everyone has! Long exposures are really cool in the way that you have a black canvas, and you have to paint in...

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Double Exposure

Double Exposures Double exposures started way back with film cameras. A photographer would underexpose their image. Take a shot, and then not advance their film and take another shot. This nifty little trick would ghost two images together in one negative! What goes...

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Split Toning

Split Toning Split toning can be a very fun way to add some interest to your photo. A lot of sunset pictures where you get those insane colors have some split toning done in them. I’ve done it in the darkroom when developing film, so I decided I wanted to try my...

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