MCP EDUCATES PHOTOGRAPHERS
This post describes how the distortion from different lens focal lengths impacts portrait photography.
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.
It’s not time to abandon Facebook, but here are some strategies to work with the changes and also how to diversify your social reach.
This blog post highlights tax deductions you will want to know before you go to your next photo shoot.
Capturing sunflare and bursts of light is easy and can really make a huge impact on select photos. Learn to get artistic sunflare in your images with these 10 easy-to-follow steps.
Amy Harnish, photographer from Fishers, IN writes a guest blog on MCPActions about selling of framed portraits in your photography business.
This blog will help you set your business foundations, showcase your work so that your personal artistry shines through, and help you gain clients.
Photograph subject using different poses moving them around the frame. Then using layer masks in photoshop, reveal each pose creating a unique image.
This blog post will show you how to gain inspiration and insight from self portrait photography.
This blog includes five wonderful tips to help improve your landscape photography skills!
Monitor calibration is an important part of photography, but not everyone knows how to get there…but it’s really easy and this blog will tell you all about it.
This article provides a tour of the Frameable Faces Photography Studio in West Bloomfield, MI with a detailed description and photos.
Use photography projects to not only inspire yourself but also build your reputation and your business.