Posts tagged For Photographers
Gear For Wedding Days

Today I thought I'd share a "What's In My Bag" type post with you guys! When I was first getting started I didn't know what all I would need to photograph a wedding. I researched soft boxes, flashes, tripods, lenses, and a ton of different camera bodies. Ultimately I settled on Nikon and got my very first camera: the D3200. I love that thing, LOVED it. But as I was doing my research I knew that if I wanted to grow with any type of photography career, especially weddings, that I'd need to buy a full frame body and invest in prime lenses. 

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The Nifty Fifty

When I first started in photography I didn't really have a clue what type of lenses I wanted to use. I had been use to using black and white film for class and my professors never stressed the difference your lens could make. After I started following a few wedding photographers I couldn't understand how they're couples seemed to really pop off of the backgrounds. I knew about depth of field but my images never looked like that. I stumbled upon the answer one day and have never looked back!

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Curating Your Facebook Business Page

Happy Monday friends, I hope you had a wonderful weekend! Today I'm sharing a few steps I'm taking to make sure my Facebook reach is still relevant in 2018. A few weeks ago Mark Zuckerberg informed the world that there would be yet another algorithm change to our news feeds. This change will filter our feeds to see more posts from friends and less from businesses, ads, and politics. I'll be honest, it's a great idea. However, because I am getting back into small business, I was a little concerned.

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How To Combine Multiple PDF's Into One Document

I may be late to the game but whether I'm early or late, I'm always excited when I learn something that will make a workflow flow better! That's where this posts comes in. Before I had InDesign I was trying to create spreads for my pricing and bridal guides in Photoshop. It worked fine except I had to export the spreads individually which was a problem because I wanted the guides to be PDFs. About the time my frustration was through the roof with figuring out just how to stitch the spreads from Photoshop together, I'd gotten InDesign so I didn't worry about it anymore. Until about a week ago. 

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Sizing Your Images For Facebook

Happy Thursday everyone! Today I'm sharing how I size my images to get them to look as clear and crisp on Facebook than they are on my blog. I've heard plenty of photographers complain about how their photos aren't as crisp on Facebook as the the originals. I've gone through this problem myself so I know just how frustrating it can be! Well, here are my solutions for this problem for two platforms that I use, BlogStomp and Photoshop! 

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