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Tips for Winter Photography

Just because it’s cold outside, doesn’t mean you should leave your camera in the closet until it warms up. There’s always wonderful scenery in the Okanagan, no matter what season it is. Here are a few tips to make your winter photography more enjoyable. The first point is really...

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Ideas for Shooting in the Dark and Low-Light Places

Most new photographers are surprised to find out how difficult it is to shoot at night. Light is an extremely important aspect of photography, so the absence of light presents quite a few challenges. However, this does not mean you have to lose hope! In fact, there are quite...

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5 Tips on How-To Shoot Street Photography

Street photography consists of the candid, everyday life that goes on in the streets of our cities. This form of photography involves shooting people of all walks of life in their natural habitats. It could be a businesswoman with her coffee walking to work, a man waiting for his...

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How-to Capture Natural Smiles Out of Kids (And Adults!)

How-to Capture Natural Smiles Out of Kids (And Adults!) When photographing children and adults, nothing is more wonderful than capturing an authentic beaming smile. Photo sessions can sometimes be awkward and uncomfortable to your subjects, so getting a natural smile takes some skill. Rather than settling for forced smiles...

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Best Photography Gear for Shooting in Cold Climates

Don’t forget these essentials before heading outdoors! Canada is no stranger to cold weather, especially with winter approaching quickly. If you are looking to practice your photography skills in the cold winter weather, make sure that you are prepared. This gear for winter shoots will ensure you are warm...

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How to Photograph Pets

There is nothing more enjoyable to pet parents then getting that perfect picture of your fur baby. Even for us photographers, getting an animal to stay still long enough is no easy task. Whether you want a cute snapshot of your pet in their Halloween costume, or want a...

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What To-Do on Days You Are Not Shooting

Whether you are a professional photographer or just starting out, many wonder how to fill their time when they are not shooting. Photography can absolutely be a full-time job if you are bringing in the work, and half of that time you won’t be behind a camera at all!...

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5 Reasons to be a Wedding Photographer

As many photographers look to take something that was once a hobby to a more professional level, it can be scary not knowing which direction to turn. Professional photographers often wonder if wedding photography is the right move. Here are 5 reasons you may want to consider shooting a...

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Top 5 Resources for New DSLR Owners

So, you are officially the owner of your first DSLR camera. Congrats! The next step is figuring out everything you need to know to begin shooting incredible pictures. Whether you have been practicing photography for years with a point and shoot camera or you are just beginning to dip...

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How to Put Together a Photography Portfolio

  As you begin developing your photography skills, you will come to find certain images you absolutely love and a style that works for you. When this happens, it may be time to start thinking about putting together a photography portfolio. Even if you don’t plan on going professional,...

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