MCP EDUCATES PHOTOGRAPHERS
Learn to get sharper photos using the tool many pros use — Back Button Focus. Learn when, how and why to use this powerful setting.
Learn to nail your focus every time. You’ll get sharpener pictures one you learn how to apply these easy-to-follow techniques.
Come pick your favorite edit of this beautiful sibling portrait. Do you like the bold, colorful, the subdued tones, or rich autumn colors?
Build this easy-to-make, portable DIY light stand in a few quick, inexpensive steps — and never struggle to carry your off camera flashes again.
Getting in photos with your loved ones is so important. Here’s ways to help photographers let go and start becoming part of those memories.
Easy, fun photo experiments broaden our creativity and help keep us out of a rut. Join us for this unique activity and share your results!
If you want a quick, efficient way to edit your images, we are here to help you edit faster using our 15 seconds per image trick!
DO NOT TAKE POST PROCESSING TOO FAR! Here’s why you should make sure you do not over-process pictures of high school seniors.
Learn quickly how to resize your images for print – and what resolution (PPI and DPI) you should use for the best results.
Why Lindsay Williams stopped following the rules of photography, and why you should too, in order to get “perfect” photos that you love.
Mirrorless cameras are really starting to hit the main stream. Should we be paying attention? What should we know about them?
Are cheap photographers crushing the photo industry? One photographer’s take on this frequently asked question.
This post describes how the distortion from different lens focal lengths impacts portrait photography.
Hi Jodi, this is in the excerpt field. When photography is not a full-time job, finding the right balance in life can be hard. Lindsay Williams of Lindsay Williams Photography offers advice on how to manage a career, a family, and a passion for photography whether you are a hobbyist or a part-time professional.