Offer Complimentary Headshots For Women Facing Cancer Battles

Posted on: 16 July 2018

If you're a professional photographer, it's nice to be able to use your skills to give back to people in your community. Offering certain sessions for free is not only a nice gesture but can also improve your reputation in the area, which can be good for your business.  One idea to explore is to offer complimentary headshots for women who are facing battles with cancer. You can speak to each client and approach the headshot in a manner that suits her.
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Poses To Avoid When You Shoot Corporate Photographs

Posted on: 19 June 2018

Many professional photographers have the opportunity to shoot corporate photographs. Specific assignments of this nature can vary, but capturing images of various companies' executives is a common job. There are many different factors to consider when you shoot photos of this nature, including how your subjects pose. Each person you shoot may have a specific idea about how he or she wishes to pose, and while the client should always get the final say, you shouldn't hesitate to share your thoughts in this area.
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Ways To Encourage More Social Media Involvement When You Rent A Wedding Photo Booth

Posted on: 26 April 2018

A big part of the fun when you rent a photo booth for your wedding is the attendees making funny poses or perhaps using entertaining props before getting their photos taken, but it's also enjoyable for others to see these images online. When wedding guests share their zany photos on social media, other people who know you but may not be able to attend your wedding will get to enjoy the images and almost feel as though they're there celebrating with you.
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Rain Or Shine: Wedding Day Photography Regardless Of Weather And How It's Done

Posted on: 20 March 2018

There is an old saying that if it rains on your wedding day, you will be miserable every day that you are married. Considering the fact that the rain itself is making a mess of your photography plans, you may be slightly inclined to believe it. However, if you find a photographer that knows how to to do "rain or shine" pictures, you can still have fantastic outdoor wedding photos. Here is how.
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