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5 Tips for Creating the Best Studio Environment for Newborn Photography
Newborn photography is a very special kind of photography. You’re able to freeze time with a photograph that the parents will cherish for the rest of the lives. But, because newborn photography requires you to get up close and personal with your subject, creating the right studio environment is paramount. You want your studio to be welcoming to parents but also a calm environment for newborns and for you to focus on your work. So, how do you set up your studio for newborn photoshoots? Well, it's not too difficult; you just need to keep a few things in mind.
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How to Show Your Professional Photography Clients You Appreciate Them
As a photographer, you’ll have the opportunity to work with lots of different clients throughout your career. If you’re a wedding photographer, you get to work with clients who are planning for their big day. If you’re a portrait photographer, you may be working with high-profile individuals who need new headshots. You can’t control who your clients will be, but you can make sure that they know how much you appreciate them choosing your photography services. If your client is brand new to working with photographers, even better, this is your chance to shine and make sure they have a great first experience.
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The Photographer’s Guide to Bridal Portraits and 7 Tips
Bridal portraits have been a vital part of the wedding process for several hundred years now, and they are still just as important today. In this article, we will discuss the history and importance of bridal portraits and go over eight tips on how to capture the best bridal portraits for your clients.
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Beating Creative Block in Professional Photography
Creativity is one of the most important skills for a professional photographer. You have to think of new ideas and come up with fresh, exciting ideas on demand. It’s not always easy, though. Sometimes you can find yourself stuck in a creative rut and unable to produce anything original. This is commonly known as “creative block”, and it can be incredibly frustrating.
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The Art of Storytelling in Wedding Photography
It’s no secret that weddings are a prime opportunity for photographers to showcase their work. Not only do they have before and after photos from the same location, but they also have willing subjects who are styled and waiting for their camera at every opportunity. So how do you make your wedding photography stand out?
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Professional Photographer’s Guide to Social Media
Social media is a valuable tool for professional photographers. Here’s everything you need to know to get started. Social media is often a popular topic among professional photographers, and for good reason. It’s one of the best ways to reach potential clients and can help you scale your business quickly, but it can also be overwhelming and confusing if you aren’t sure where to begin or how to use it effectively. Worry not!
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