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In this Canon-sponsored short take, Amy Doerring conducts a free spirited and gorgeous photo shoot of two high school senior girl’s on a dairy farm. Amy utilizes both a vintage truck and retro clothing to create timeless images that invoke nostalgia while maintaining a strong modern feel. Instead of using traditional posing techniques, Amy explains why having her subjects dance or just blow bubbles can elicit the most genuine emotions. Amy explains what she looks for in locations to match her...Continue Reading >
Jason & Joanne Marino of Imagine Photography are award-winning wedding and portrait photographers out of Arizona who "specialize in awesome." They recently started in-person sales with their clients and share how they made the transition. Here's their story and a little inspiration from our friends at Fundy.Continue Reading >
In this Zenfolio-sponsored Short Take, Melanie Anderson sits down with PhotoVision correspondent, Janine Killian to discuss how she modernizes her professional headshots and why she designs them the way she does. Then they have real world clients come in to demonstrate how fast and precise her professional headshot sessions go and how gorgeous the results are. Melanie explains why she loves using the ring light for her key and what positive things these changes say to the clients. She also...Continue Reading >
In PhotoVision's newest video release, Anne Geddes, shares her creative process and gives a glimpse into her own inspiration. In addition to her aesthetic, Anne speaks about the journeys she’s faced throughout her career and the lifetime of stories she has amassed along the way. She discusses how much research and hard work went into each of the six books she has created, while also giving an inside look of her newest work available April 2017, Small World. To watch, click here.Continue Reading >
In this new video release, photographer and business owner Sue Bryce discusses the importance of in-person sales and its direct correlation to increasing your profitability. She explains how the print movement has restored the value of printed images and empowered photographers to present their art in the way it was intended, in print. Additionally, Sue shares the satisfaction derived from seeing her clients view their images for the first time as a piece of artwork that will last a lifetime....Continue Reading >