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Short Take: Parker Pfister

Short Take: Parker Pfister

Posted on Tuesday, February 21st by Abby in Fashion/Models, Studio Lighting

In this Fundy-sponsored Short Take, Parker Pfister continues his model session by switching to a digital camera to experiment with light, motion, and angle to create stunningly artistic portraits. Parker shares his philosophy of always challenging himself and going the hard way in order to keep growing as a photographer. He explains the benefits of using a mirrorless lens and why it his camera type of choice for digital cameras.

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Quick Tutorial from Photographer Jeff Rojas on Simple Overhead Lighting in Portrait Photography

Quick Tutorial from Photographer Jeff Rojas on Simple Overhead Lighting in Portrait Photography

Posted on Thursday, February 16th by Abby in Lighting Basics

In this short video tutorial, Jeff Rojas discusses how to use one overhead light in your portrait photography to create a "soft and dramatic" image. Check out the full article here

 

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Free Video of the Month: Pricing for Success

Free Video of the Month: Pricing for Success

Posted on Tuesday, February 14th by Abby in Sales

In this month’s free PhotoVision video, we sit down with Beth Forester to discuss Pricing for Success. Whether you’re just starting out or keeping your pricing options fresh, she offers some great tips and insight on how to be profitable in the photography business by creating a strategic pricing list.

Questions to Ask Yourself

  • What are your goals?
  • What is the average price you’re trying to achieve per session?
  • How long will the session take?
  • What is your client looking for?
  • What...
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You as an Artist: A Conversation with PhotoVision Instructor-Anne Geddes!

You as an Artist: A Conversation with PhotoVision Instructor-Anne Geddes!

Posted on Friday, February 10th by Abby in New Arrivals

PhotoVision’s Year of Inspiration continues with the release of “You as an Artist” with Anne Geddes on Monday, February 13th.

Anne inspires us with her take on being an artist, truly owning your work and giving it a sense of importance.  She disputes the idea that “everyone’s a photographer” and encourages you to see past such a simplified concept so that you are inspired to, in her words, “rise above that vacuous imagery and create a timeless piece.”

You can look forward to...

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Short Take: Beth Forester

Short Take: Beth Forester

Posted on Monday, January 30th by Abby in Lighting Basics, Newborn/Infant

In this Canon-sponsored Short Take, Beth Forester photographs a first birthday cake session in her studio. She discusses backdrop choice and how the color of the cake itself can help determine the color of the backdrop. Beth shares advice on how to prep a client for a cake session and how to keep the baby interested in the cake. Beth also demonstrates how to capture simple footage to be given to clients as a bonus for their business.

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