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The MCP Actions Annual Blog Survey is complete. I will leave the questions up, in case you missed it, but the results are in. And while my “Back to School” …

Please participate in the MCP Back to School Blog Survey. Multiple Choices * Easy * Win Prizes!  I need your help to determine the direction and future of the MCP …

How To Create a High Key Image in Photoshop by Michael Sweeney A classic look in photography is Black and White imagery. Black and white images are not always pure; …

One Year Later: Successes and Failures of a First Year Photographer by Chelsea LaVere In the teacher world, there is a huge emphasis on the First Year. The First Year …

Wildlife photography is exciting and fun.  And once summer hits, or if you live in a warm climate, photographers of all specialties may want to give it a try. Thank …

Win a Tamron SP AF17-50mm F/2.8 XR Di-II VC LD Aspherical Lens! The Prize: The Tamron 17-50 Lens is a high speed standard zoom that features Tamron’s VC anti-shake system …

White Balance: What Tools to Use and How to Set a Custom White Balance by Rich Reierson This post is the third in a short series on how photographers can …

Tell us a little about you, your family, and your kids? My name is Heather Armstrong. I couldn’t imagine living in a better moment than now! I love my life …

I had the privilege of interviewing Angie Monson of Simplicity Photography last week and am excited to share some of her story with you.  Angie’s work speaks for itself. And …

Today Daniel Hurtubise is going to explain his process of getting his images from CF cards to computer after a photo trip or big on location shoot. When you come …

I am very excited to have my 1st BIG lens give away on the blog.  Tamron USA, Inc. is sponsoring the MCP contest for a brand new lens.  The WINNER …

Daniel Hurtubise is doing a series on his upcoming trip to the Alaskan Wild.  Hopefully this will help you learn what you need to prepare for a huge expedition.  This …

I had the privilege to interview Kendra Okolita, owner of Clickinmoms – a great photography forum. You will love getting to know her as both a photographer (LuluBird Photography), owner …

I am excited to have Daniel Hurtubise as a guest blogger every few Saturdays this summer leading up to his shooting exposition in the wild.  He will talk about his …

If I hear sometime tell me that my camera takes good pictures one more time… I may just scream. Sure the right equipment helps, but photography is about a lot more than expensive cameras and lenses.

I am so excited today to bring you an interview with an extraordinary photographer. She is bright, fun, colorful and full of life. Welcome Scarlett Lillian to the MCP Blog. …

I am so excited to have guest blogger Susan O’Conner today teaching us some tips for macro photography. Susan O’Connor is a self-taught, award-winning photographer living in Maryland. She exhibits …

*** I owe Matthew an apology – I somehow lost part 4 and 5 that he sent me last year and was cleaning out emails and found the last two …

How to Use Your Flash Effectively by Matthew L Kees, guest to the MCP Actions Blog Matthew Kees, Director of MLKstudios.com Online Photography Course [MOPC] Outdoor TTL Flash (“everything and …

PAINTING WITH LIGHT by Martha Bravo Photographer Photography comes from the greek words “phos” that means light and “graphis” that means writing or painting, so the exact meaning of the …

These are some answers to questions readers had on part 2 of the flash series – “How to use your flash effectively in portraits.” 1. Denise Olson wrote: Thanks Matthew, …

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