Photography Tips

My Essential Photography Gear for On-Location Portraits

My Essential Photography Gear for On-Location Portraits | Jean Smith Photography for iHeartFaces.com

We know that many of you start out in your photography businesses by shooting on-location.  You might wonder what you really need to take and what you can leave at home.  Today Jean Smith Photography is sharing which photography gear she thinks is absolutely essential for her on-location portrait sessions.  We hope you find this […]

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Making the Most of Bad Lighting Situations

Learn to Take Great Photos Even in Poor Lighting Situations | Photography Tutorial on I Heart Faces Photography Blog

Sometimes as a photographer you will have to work in less than ideal light. But you can still create great photos! Learn these tips from Rachel Durik from Savor Photography, and you will be ready the next time you are stuck in a bad lighting situation.

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Rediscovering Your Passion for Photography through Personal Projects

Rediscovering Your Passion for Photography Through Personal Projects | Inspiration by Dana Suggs via iHeartFaces.com

Do you find that your photography is starting to get stuck in a rut?  Follow along as Dana Suggs, I Heart Faces Creative Team Member, gives some tips on how to rediscover your passion for photography through personal projects.

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How to Read a Histogram

How to Read a Histogram |Photography Tips via iHeartFaces.com

If you have ever looked at that little graph on the back of your camera (or at the top of your adjustment panels in Lightroom and Photoshop) and wondered what it was?  Well, this tutorial is for you!  Amandalynn Jones is teaching us today about how to read a histogram.  Understanding the histogram can help you […]

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Preparing Your Photos for Canvas

Preparing Your Photos for Canvas | Video Tutorial via iHeartFaces.com

Gallery-wrap canvas prints are a popular product for today’s customers.  They have a clean, modern look and they come ready to hang.  No need to find the perfect frame!  But your photos do require a bit of preparation before you send them off to the lab.  Jean Smith, along with her hubby Travis, have created a helpful video […]

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3 Quick Tips to Reduce Glare on Glasses in a Photo

3 Quick Tips to Reduce Glare on Glasses in a Photo | via I Heart Faces Photography Blog

Have you ever attempted to photograph someone who wears glasses, only to become slightly frustrated by the reflective glare on the lenses? Often the glare can be so bad that it makes it nearly impossible to see the subject’s eyes and it can be tricky to fix in post-processing. While it may be tempting to simply ask glasses-wearers […]

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