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  • Why It's A Good Idea To Hire A Photographer To Shoot Family Portraits For Your Christmas Cards

    If you're someone who enjoys sending Christmas cards to friends and family each December, it's worthwhile to think about hiring a professional photographer who can shoot a portrait of your family in advance. You can then either make custom greeting cards with the photo on the front, or simply make prints and slip a copy into each card that you send. Whether you have your family dressed in holiday attire or you prefer to wear conventional clothing for your photo shoot, there are lots of advantages to hiring a photographer to shoot these annual photos. [Read More]

  • 3 Options For Personalizing Your Rustic Wedding Day

    From choosing a venue and hiring a caterer to designing the décor and sending out invitations, the challenges of planning a wedding are easy to see. Thankfully, choosing a theme for your special day can reduce the stress of wedding planning. Because of its comfortable feel and casual décor, a rustic theme has become a hot trend that is destined to last. There are no right or wrong answers when it comes to planning a rustic wedding, but incorporating a few key elements into your ceremony and reception will make the day even more memorable. [Read More]

  • Three Reasons To Take A Stepladder For An Interior Photography Shoot

    If you're a photographer who often shoots interior images for clients, you need to be prepared with the right gear. This means not only having the necessary cameras, lenses, and lights for the shoot, but also having other devices that may come in handy. One such device is a small stepladder. While it's true that your client may have one that you can borrow, you'll be better prepared, and look much more professional, if you keep one in your vehicle. [Read More]

  • Three Critical Shots To Get When You'Re Shooting At A Restaurant

    If you work as a commercial photographer, one type of client that you might frequently find yourself working for is a restaurant. Restaurants depend on images for their websites, social media channels, and menus, and the right shots can really help to create a buzz about a restaurant's food and more. When a restaurant hires you, you may receive specific instructions about what to photograph. In other cases, you'll be left to shoot the images that you feel will best represent what the restaurant is all about. [Read More]

  • Tips For Getting As Many Great Photos Of Your Wedding Reception As Possible

    If you have an upcoming wedding that you are looking forward to and you want to make sure that you and your new spouse will have plenty of photos to remember the reception by, you will want to check out these tips. Keep The Professional Photographer Focused On The Big Event Professional photographers can cost a good amount of money. This is not to say that they aren't worth every penny, it is just that you want to make sure that their time and energy is spent on taking pictures of you and your new spouse during the ceremony and the reception. [Read More]

  • Prep That Christmas Smile! How To Prepare For Your Annual Family Photo

    Christmas is getting close, which often means Christmas cards. Now is the time that you should be looking for a family photographer in your neck of the woods. Once you find your photographer, make sure you reserve a photo time. It is highly recommended by most family photographers to get your Christmas photo done before Thanksgiving, since the crowds start to get wild after that big feast and photographers can get backed up on their bookings. [Read More]

  • 4 Reasons To Consider An Aerial Photographer When Selling Your Home

    If you're thinking about selling your home in the near future, of course you'll want to have some quality photos posted along with your listing. In fact, today's buyers prefer to begin their searches online, and they're more likely to view homes with photos. Still, you won't want just any photos posted of your home. Consider hiring an experienced aerial photographer to go above and beyond with your home listing. [Read More]

  • Tips To Assist With Teaching Students In Your Cooking Class How To Create Specific Dishes

    If you teach a cooking class at a local community center and want to include interesting ways to present the steps necessary to create specific dishes in your lesson plans, try the following tips. As a result, your students may remain focused during each class and gain confidence while preparing food items. Recordings Of Preparation Steps  Rent a professional cinema camera to record you as you prepare several dishes in the privacy of your home's kitchen. [Read More]

  • Child A Senior? 2 Ways To Make This Year Memorable For Them

    If your child is a senior in high school, this is an exciting time for them. They will likely remember this time in their life but you can do some things to make this year even more memorable for the. Two of these things are listed below to help you get started. Senior Pictures Their senior pictures are important as it is a way for you and your family to remember this occasion forever, and it will be the picture that is in your child's yearbook. [Read More]

  • 3 Reasons Boudoir Photography Can Be The Ideal Birthday Present For Your Spouse

    Boudoir photography is sometimes thought of as the kind of photo sessions that very young women do. However, it is popular among women of all ages. Boudoir photography is sometimes a part of the photo sessions that women have prior to the wedding, yet it is a great present for a spouse no matter how long you have been married. Here are three reasons that boudoir photographs would likely be an ideal birthday present for your significant other. [Read More]