Category Archives: Tips and Tricks

Photography tips and tricks from guest writers.

One Light Photography | Ian Spanier

Sometimes One Light is Enough Confusing right? I’ll admit that sometimes on set it’s about the “show” that you need to put on for your client. What I mean by this, is that there are times that having lots of equipment around and assistants constantly moving becomes a necessary part of showing your client that…

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KEH Camera : Trusted Used Camera & Photography Equipment Store

Moreland Photography is an avid supporter and lifelong customer of KEH Camera. Many of you may know that I, Mike Moreland and owner of Moreland Photography, have been a professional photographer for over 30 years. In addition to creating Fisheye Connect, I have also run my own workshop business for over 10 years. Both in…

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Naples, FL Nature Photography Workshops | Lessons by Peggy Farren

From the botanical gardens, to the beaches Naples, Florida is an excellent location for nature photography. However, Naples nature photography can be tricky if you don’t have the right tips and tricks. Here are a few lessons in nature to maximize your photos: 1. Leave your camera in Shutter Priority mode. This useful for when…

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Building a Support System

There really is something so powerful about learning side by side with real working professionals. Learning from the best can accelerate your business growth more than just trying to learn on your own. Hands on learning is how so many industry leaders today also learned the tricks of the trade. More than the knowledge that…