The power of perspective: how the elevation of your camera can empower the subject or the viewer

We look up to people we admire and we look down on people we despise. This rhetorical convention provides us with a visual point of reference when it comes to our compositions.

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Don’t let the fear of social media feedback hold you back, we all fail, even me

While, there are a lot of really mean people online saying horrible things, in today’s video we’re gonna talk about overcoming the fear of posting your work, because the positive criticism that you will receive is going to help you become a better photographer.

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Light meters: How flash meters can speed up your workflow and help you properly expose your images

When the topic of light meters comes up, many photographers are surprised to learn that I used them. While TTL and trial and error can be an effective way to nail an exposure, nothing can be more effective than manually and precisely dialing in your lights before fine tuning them on screen.

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The Exposure Triangle-How photographers camera, shutter speed, aperture & ISO exposure settings work

Breaking down in depth how your camera settings and exposure work to record images.

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Product Review: Store and protect photo & video data with an expandable Drobo RAID storage solution

An expandable Drobo backup system can be a great way to store and protect your images. The housing costs $699 and then you just need to buy two hard drives to get started, like two Western Digital WD Red 4TB NAS Internal Hard Drives

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