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I chuckled today when I ran across a document from early 2004 looking at the pros and cons of digital photography at weddings. My, how things have changed! In 2004 I was ready to go all digital, but many clients weren’t. With something as important as their wedding day, I didn’t want to appear to be […]

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New Jersey photographer Neil van Niekerk is a flash wonk. As in the flash on your camera. He’s recognized by his peers as an expert on the use of flash, is frequently invited to speak on the topic at professional photography conferences, tutors other photographers, gives workshops on flash photography, maintains a blog specifically dedicated to […]

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When we (everyone, not just professional photographers) look at photographs, our eyes go to the lightest part of the photo. When a photo is a portrait of a person (or a group of people), the photographer wants your eyes to go to the face(s). So, a photographer taking a portrait is going to want your […]

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If you like taking travel pictures and want a photography mentor, there’s no better choice than Bob Krist. A long-time contributor to some of the most beautiful magazines in print (e.g., National Geographic Traveler, Smithsonian, and Islands), Bob is not just a fantastic photographer; he is also a generous teacher and delightful writer. If you […]

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Laurie and Glenn live in the greater Atlanta area, but they chose Maine for their intimate wedding. Glenn, who was raised in the Hudson Valley region of New York, had spent many summers in the Boothbay area, and with one visit to the area Laurie, who was raised on Cape Cod, was easily sold on […]

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