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4 REASONS TO BECOME A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER. We asked 4 PROs

“I really wanted to be a model when I was little. I loved photography, and I loved being on camera. But I was short and chubby, so I couldn't. Anyway, being an artist is way more interesting than just being a model because it's about you and what you want...

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How to Get Work Done Faster, with Vanessa Joy

If you feel overwhelmed with tasks and have little to no time to focus on what you love and want to become better at (perhaps photography?), this episode is for you. From Adorama TV with Vanessa Joy (and her awesome show "Breathe Your Passion") episode you will find out that...

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How To Position a Model in the Frame with David Bergman

Today David Bergman from Adorama TV will talk about placement of the subject in the frame, and the impact that it has on your images. "When you first start taking pictures of people" - David explains - "You probably start with placing them in the middle of the frame, looking...

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4 PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FOR BEGINNERS! WE ASKED PROs, ep 3.

“It takes a lot of imagination to be a good photographer. You need less imagination to be a painter because you can invent things. But in photography everything is so ordinary; it takes a lot of looking before you learn to see the extraordinary.”  David Bailey WATCH THE FIRST PART OF  PHOTOGRAPHY...

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How To Shoot In Midday Harsh Sun with David Bergman.

Shooting outside, in midday, when the sun is right above you is arguably the worst setting a photographer can find herself in. Firstly you get harsh shadows everywhere. Second, those harsh shadows appear in the most undesirable places - like right under model's eyebrows, creating distinct shadows on eyes -...

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How To Shoot Portraits Using Natural Light with Mark Wallace

Shooting with Natural Light is both exciting and challenging experience. On hand, due to the fact that you cannot control the intensity of natural light, your camera will be constrained to higher ISO numbers, wider aperture and faster shutter speeds. To balance this triangle  of exposure you would have to...

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WHAT IS YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY STYLE? WE ASKED 4 PROs, ep.2

“The people who hire me as a wedding photographer hire me not just because of my photographic style, they hire me because of the style of my personality. My style and personality match, so they know they’re getting a genuine style.”  Jared Platt WATCH THE FIRST PART OF 4 PHOTOGRAPHY STYLES HERE . The...

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14 PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FOR BEGINNERS FROM PROs, Vol.3

“Most things in life are moments of pleasure and a lifetime of embarrassment; photography is a moment of embarrassment and a lifetime of pleasure.”  Tony Benn   Continuing our series of photography tips for beginners from PROs, in this episode we expand on topics - where to start as a photographer - what to focus...

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How To Shoot multi-shot technique “Brenizer Method” by David Bergman

In this tutorial from Adorama TV, David Bergman is faced with a predicament. Walking through the park with a model, David decided to capture the nice scenery but by only using prime 85mm lens and wide open aperture. The problem, however, is the fact that you cannot frame much of scenery...

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