Category Archives: For Photographers

Being in the photography industry, I see a lot of mentors give tips on how to land their ideal client.  I wanted to also help photographers become the ideal client to their tax professional.  You see, aside from being a photographer, I am an accountant and CPA by day.  So I know first hand that building […]

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Hello all!  I had a lot of interest in all the details from the Pop-Up Tent Event..  So this blog is specifically geared towards other photographers to give you links to all of the items I used for my display.   Where was the event?  The event was a flea market located in the back of […]

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I frequently get questions about Facebook sneaks and I’d like to share more info on how to get them, and what they are. The Facebook sneaks are a way for you to see your images sooner and to share with friends and family.  I only start posting your sneaks after I receive a signed model […]

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Well, you asked and as promised, I will answer!  I think the best way to answer this question is with pictures. The trick is it’s a composite, which means it is several pictures merged together in Photoshop. I recently purchased Wish Photography’s tutorial video which shows how to do creative edits on fabric: http://wishworkshops.bigcartel.com/product/new-wish-dreamy-composite-mentoring-video Then, […]

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I’m no expert, but one thing I think I’m good at is capturing a beautiful sunset.  There are a couple of tricks you can use, but the one I prefer involves a flash, diffuser, polarizer, and exposing for the sky. Here’s my gear list: Nikon SB-700 Speedlight (http://www.adorama.com/NKSB700AFU.html) Gary Fong LightSphere (http://www.adorama.com/GALSCSM.html) Manfrotto 5001B 74-Inch […]

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