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Steps a Professional Photographer Can Take to Effectively Manage Digital Photos

By at September 23, 2013 | 3:11 pm | 0 Comment

With the increased use of digital photography over film photography, photographers have found themselves managing terabytes of information. Managing this information effectively has become one of the keys to running a successful photography business. This article offers some suggestion on managing this data in an effective, efficient manner. Use an offsite location

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7 Must-Remember Wedding Photography Tips

By at August 19, 2013 | 12:54 am | 0 Comment

Every bride wants her wedding day to be special, no matter what the budget might be for the actual event. And every wedding photographer has horror stories of photo shoots gone horribly wrong. Thanks to them, these seven must-remember wedding photography tips will help you be the photographer who adds to the occasion and makes it memorable. Make a list of must-have

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Stepping up your Game for a Great Wedding Day

By at August 19, 2013 | 12:50 am | 0 Comment

The professional wedding photographer is much more than the person behind the camera! With the digital revolution in full swing, anyone can take a picture. The professional is there to record the usual and customary, the spontaneous, and create the artful photographs that will be treasured for a lifetime. An experienced professional should have a calming effect on the

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Photographers Benefit by Creating a Timeline

By at July 30, 2013 | 8:14 pm | 0 Comment

Every time I am hired to shoot a wedding, I will create a timeline for the big day. As the photographer I have learned through trial and error how difficult it can be to think and change gears when things go wrong if I never had a plan A to begin with! You might think having a timeline hinders spontaneity, however I would argue that having a clear plan frees my mind

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Photographers & Videographers; helping them work well together

By at July 30, 2013 | 8:13 pm | 0 Comment

Have you ever tried to make dinner, and someone keeps coming in and eats your ingredients before you can put the recipe together? I can make great pasta, but if someone keeps eating the sauce before I can pour it on the noodles, you won't be impressed. This is what happens when a photographer and videographer don't work well together. Neither profession is

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Wedding Photo Tips Refresher: A Practical Field Guide by Robbie Gantt

By at April 25, 2012 | 8:56 pm | 0 Comment

Wedding Photo Tips Refresher: A Practical Field Guide by Robbie Gantt. As professional photographers we are all lured by the siren's song on the latest and greatest equipment. It is very easy to get caught up in all the new gear and incredible products that are available in our ever-evolving industry. I'm just as guilty as the next shooter who drools over the latest

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The Pre-Event Checklist For Photographers

By at April 25, 2012 | 11:48 am | 0 Comment

The pre-event checklist for photographers is the most important form a professional photographer can have, not only to diligently monitor the safe acquisition of digital image files, but to show no lack of diligence in a

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Tips to a Successful Photography Business

By at December 29, 2011 | 4:07 pm | 2 Comments

There is something I have caught onto when it comes to having a successful photography business. It's the phrase "I may try that" or "I'll try my best to do that". I thought about this after reading this quote on a friend's Facebook wall: Trying is lying. There is no such thing as trying. You do it or you don't. You get results in life or you have excuses why you

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Off Camera Flash Comparison – Gary Fong

By at November 16, 2011 | 1:48 pm | 0 Comment

Gary Fong demonstrates the difference between the outdated studio umbrellas outdoors and the Lightsphere Collapsible in this off camera flash comparison. He shows how the Lightsphere gives more of a focused light as opposed to the

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How to Fine Tune Digital Camera for Best Results

By at August 17, 2011 | 8:20 am | 0 Comment

World-renown photographer and inventor Gary Fong explains how to fine tune digital camera to get more accurate

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Product Review:How to Attract More Brides

By at July 18, 2011 | 3:14 pm | 0 Comment

"How to attract more brides, make more money, and have more freedom in their businesses" is the focus of bride attraction expert Natalie Bradley and her bride attraction home study system "How to Attract All the Brides You Need!" The Bride Attraction System comes in a 126 page e-book, immediately downloadable for $198. It has a 1 year satisfaction guarantee based on

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Dramatic Glass Block Wall Shoot with Powersnoot Demonstration

By at July 18, 2011 | 8:53 am | 0 Comment

Gary Fong demonstrates an indoor shoot using the Gary Fong, Inc. Powersnoot on a Nikon SB700 in remote mode and camera on manual mode in a variety of shutter speeds. This video was taken in the historic Sydney Convention Center, Australia in front of a master class. Gary Fong holds a Powersnoot

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Pro-Quality Work from Your Entry Level DSLR

By at March 22, 2011 | 8:18 pm | 0 Comment

You don't need an expensive DSLR to make beautiful images, but there are some basic considerations that your entry level DSLR does require. By Gary Fong Working as a professional wedding photographer for over 20 years kept me busy shooting over 1,000 weddings for many satisfied clients. It goes without saying that technological advancements in the industry saw me through

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