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Tip: Make no mistake, children are their own bosses. If you want something from them, you’ll have to work for it. Some kids are naturals in front of a camera and will pose effortlessly. If you are faced with difficult or camera-shy kids, leave them alone and photograph other kids or people around them. They just […]

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Tips: And I mean really close (Inside your jacket, against your body).  Even full batteries have a habit of dying in freezing conditions.  Don’t let them.  If your camera dies, first try switching the battery with a warm one.  You might even get a couple more shots out of the dead battery once it warms up […]

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Tip: When traveling to any arid environment, especially one prone to 80mph dust storms (like Burning Man), plan ahead.  Visualize your shots and choose a lens that will best suit your needs.  Then, don’t take it off till you get home.  Airborne dust particles can wreak havoc on your image sensor.  Some of this also could […]

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Quick Tip: Love it when a little breeze comes along and lifts a model’s hair, and makes her outfit flow?  So do I.  It gives life and motion to what is really a still image.  When that little breeze becomes a medium breeze and you find your flexible reflector folding in half … Love the breeze […]

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