Category Archives for Tiny Tips

Tiny Tip: Two Important Questions To Ask Yourself While Shooting

Its super simple, but these two questions can make a dramatic difference in your photography!  Enjoy today’s Tiny Tip! (Embedded Video Found HERE). Want to see other Tiny Tips? Click HERE! Brooke Snow is a Lifestyle photographer in Cache Valley, Utah.  She has learned that shooting “creatively” as mentioned above, often yields some interesting or […]

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What if everyone could be photogenic? Exciting news below!

  I’ve been waiting to write this post for five months! Last fall, I was approached by photographer, Jesh De Rox, about consulting him in the content design of an entire online course that teaches the Beloved genre of photography. And now its done! And available! RIGHT NOW! This week! Its been quite the adventure […]

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Tiny Tip: The Crop Factor

If you’ve ever been confused about why your images crop when you try to print an 8×10 and what the solutions are to avoiding crops, today’s Tiny Tip has the answer!

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Tiny Tip: Do you include yourself on your website?

Over the weekend I linked to a fabulous article on how to make a strong portfolio of your work. Aside from the actual body of work and the presentation, I think there is a vital ingredient that too many photographers neglect: The photographer! Earlier this week my friend linked to another photographer she liked. I […]

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How much does location really matter?

Location used to be really important to me. I would spend significant time searching for new and exciting places that had a lot of color or artistic intrigue that would make for interesting pictures. In the past few years my interest has instead shifted to focus more on the emotional content of an image. I’d […]

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Why I’m Glad I Broke My 50mm Lens

It really was a tragic moment. I walked through the back door in September 2011 with my family DSLR tossed carelessly in a camera bag that was too small for the camera. As such, the bag was unzipped and the neck strap hooked itself around the door knob while I kept walking. As you can […]

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Why I'm Glad I Broke My 50mm Lens

It really was a tragic moment. I walked through the back door in September 2011 with my family DSLR tossed carelessly in a camera bag that was too small for the camera. As such, the bag was unzipped and the neck strap hooked itself around the door knob while I kept walking. As you can […]

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Tiny Tip: Make a Christmas Shot List

If you’re feeling behind for Christmas, please allow me to make you feel better!  The only thing I’ve done is play Christmas music on pandora :) I opted out of putting up a tree this year. I figured putting the ornaments back on the tree several times a day and stressing out about some of […]

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