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You see flat lay photographs all the time, but do you know how to create a flat lay for Instagram? A beautiful product shot, is extremely important in the 2019 digital purchasing market. Flat lay images do a great job of creating those beautiful product shots. I fell in love with product photography back in […]
Your iPhone is out and ready and you are about to take a photo to post on Instagram for your biz, but you just can’t get rid of that orangey look on the subject’s skin. What is going on? Why are skin tones looking like an Oompa Loompa? You know you want to avoid orange photos, but […]
Learn tips on composition and the rule of thirds in this photography tips blog post. Elevate your brand with quality photography.
Do you need better looking photos for your Instagram feed, but you can’t yet invest in a branding photographer? Take these tips on how to create professional looking photos yourself in this post about how to take professional photos for Instagram yourself
The entire goal of a headshot session is to create an image that you are proud of, that looks like you at your best. It’s your first impression in this online world, so let’s make sure it’s a great impression.
All that aside, you want to know what to expect when walking into a headshot session, so here are my favorite headshots tips.
When you take photos with your iPhone for your business, it’s important to create a professional look, one that doesn’t scream “ I took a selfie” . Here are the reasons I avoid using the front facing selfie camera for business photos.
Simple tricks to create photos that have an impact.
5 reasons you don’t need a “real” camera to get great photos for Instagram. Top tips for using your smart phone and getting great results for your Instagram photos
Do you find yourself wondering how some folks get their Instagram to look so cohesive? Their photos are always bright and airy, but they seem to just be using their iPhones…
So what’s the deal? How do they do it?
A lot of it has to do with knowing how to override what your iPhone is doing to the photo when you don’t like what the screen is showing you.