Category Archives: Photography Tips

Shooting fireworks is a favorite pastime of mine. While the technique is very basic to do, just point and shoot, the challenge comes in the timing. Leave the shutter open too long and you’ll get a bright white blob of light. Too short and you won’t see anything. What’s my secret? Luck. 😉 There’s no way to know […]

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  I recently purchased a Photoshop add-on called Storyboard by  Code and Hustle, a company based out of Canada. What Storyboard does is it creates diptychs out of multiple images to create a storyboard style blog post. Pretty much all of my session blog posts are in this format, so as you can imagine, I do this a lot. […]

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It’s been a while since I’ve posted any tips so I figured I’d better get my butt in gear. My fireworks pictures received quite a bit of attention so I’m going to let you in on the “secret” to great fireworks images. The first thing I like to do is scout for a location. I […]

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