Photography Tips

5 Tips for Posing Senior Girls

5 Tips for Posing Senior Girls | One Willow featured on iHeartFaces.com

My goal with each of my clients is to do my best to capture who they are through timeless portraiture. The seniors I photograph are usually drawn to the quiet, organic style of my work and the posing that reflects it. While I like to add new elements to each session to keep the session […]

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Great Tips for Finding New Photography Session Locations

Great Tips for Finding New Photography Session Locations | Photography Tips & Tricks via iHeartFaces.com

Whether you are a mom photographer, a photographer looking to go pro, or a seasoned professional…it’s easy to find your go-to photography session locations getting stale, overused, and boring over time. Need some help finding new locations to add a spark to your photos? Read through these photography location tips we found in our archives to […]

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5 Tips for Photographing Groups with a Wide Aperture

How to Photograph Groups with a Wide Aperture (and Keep Everyone in Focus) | Featured on iHeartFaces.com

If you read my previous article Confessions of an Aperture Priority Mode Photographer, you know that my style of photography involves shooting with a very wide aperture, which both draws attention to my subject and creates a beautiful blur of colors as the background. This is actually not too difficult to pull off if you are photographing […]

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5 Reasons for Choosing Not to “Go Pro”

5 Reasons for Choosing Not to

If you’re reading this blog post, I am assuming you may have some pretty nice camera gear. Maybe somewhere around $1,500 – 2,000 in your camera body, another thousand or more in lenses, not to mention your camera bag, editing software, external flashes and other accessories. I have all of that, too. But I don’t […]

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Simple Tips for Better Smartphone Photos

Simple Tips for Better Smartphone Photos | Photography Tips via iHeartFaces.com

We’re having fun bringing back video tutorials Angie & Amy (co-founders of I Heart Faces) taped several years ago! Today, stop over to visit as they give tips that will help you learn how to take better smartphone photos that you can share with your family and friends. We love these simple tips that will […]

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Confessions of an Aperture Priority Mode Photographer

Aperture Priority Mode Photography Tips on iHeartFaces.com

Laura Prichett of Limepop Photography is our guest photography writer today.  She is sharing why she switched from shooting in manual to aperture priority mode.  As you read her tips, perhaps you’ll find that shooting in aperture priority mode would work better for you, too. I am Laura, a professional photographer who primarily shoots families and children […]

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