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Studio Photo Techniques

A photo studio offers endless possibilities for your professional photography. Here are some tips for going beyond basic portrait photography and setting up your studio to work for special lighting and camera shooting techniques.
10 Benefits of Colored Seamless Background Paper vs. Gels

10 Benefits of Colored Seamless Background Paper vs. Gels

With the range of colored lights and gels available, it may seem tempting to use them for the background in place of colored seamless background paper. Here are some reasons why seamless paper is still often the best choice…

Lindsay Adler’s Favorite Beauty Lighting Setups

Lindsay Adler’s Favorite Beauty Lighting Setups

Renowned for her commercial fashion and beauty images, photographer Lindsay Adler breaks down a few of her favorite studio lighting setups for beauty photography in a recent video tutorial.

Capturing Beauty Portraits in Small Spaces

Capturing Beauty Portraits in Small Spaces

Getting started in the realm of fashion and beauty photography can be tricky. When setting up studio lights that can take up a large amount of a room, space becomes a very valuable resource.

Editing Pet Portraits: A Step By Step Guide

Editing Pet Portraits: A Step By Step Guide

When photographing pets, I edit the animals as minimally as possible because I want to ensure that the dogs look as realistic as possible, especially if they are still in search of their “furever” home (from my adoption sessions).

Blurring Your Background

Blurring Your Background

Clarifying backgrounds, freeing them of unnecessary clutter is something every photographer is taught and it only becomes clear when all the mistakes have been made and the idea becomes second nature to us.

Experimenting with Lens Distortion & Creative Camera Techniques

Experimenting with Lens Distortion & Creative Camera Techniques

There are so many different techniques and tricks that Photographers have been using for years to create unique effects on their photos (and videos). I hold and move the object in front and around my lens until I get my desired look. You can add some objects to your kit and use them in the studio or take them with you on location; you may even have these at home!