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Want beautiful blurry backgrounds in your phots? Read easy ways to get blurry backgrounds here! (+ a fun video tutorial!)

4 Simple Ways to Get a Blurry Background in Your Photos

Want beautiful blurry backgrounds in your phots? Read easy ways to get blurry backgrounds here! (+ a fun video tutorial!)

Want to know how you can get sharp focus in your large family portrait? Read here to see how your next large family session will turn out great!

How to Get Sharp Focus in Large Family Photos

Want to know how you can get sharp focus in your large family portrait? Read here to see how your next large family session will turn out great!

40+ Freebies for Photographers

40+ Freebies for Photographers

Looking for some extra cash? Look no further than the thousands of digital photos taking up space on your hard drive. Pick your best and turn those photos into cash by selling them on microstock websites. - The Penny Hoarder http://www.thepennyhoarder.com/selling-stock-photography/

Here’s How You Can Make Extra Cash from Those Photos on Your Hard Drive

Looking for some extra cash? Look no further than the thousands of digital photos taking up space on your hard drive. Pick your best and turn those photos into cash by selling them on microstock websites. - The Penny Hoarder http://www.thepennyhoarder.com/selling-stock-photography/

Shutter Speed, ISO, Aperture ... To be comfortable shooting manual you will need to know what your necessary adjustments are.  Though these settings are all numeric, there isn’t some insane math equation that you need to do to find out what to dial them into.  You need to play with those number’s prior to each session, within your session surroundings, to get a good understanding.  I usually set up about 10 mins prior to a photo shoot to adjust my camera, I even use my husband as my test…

Learn How To Shoot In Manual Mode - ISO, Aperture & Shutter Speed Explained

Shutter Speed, ISO, Aperture ... To be comfortable shooting manual you will need to know what your necessary adjustments are. Though these settings are all numeric, there isn’t some insane math equation that you need to do to find out what to dial them into. You need to play with those number’s prior to each session, within your session surroundings, to get a good understanding. I usually set up about 10 mins prior to a photo shoot to adjust my camera, I even use my husband as my test…

Most helpful info- Steps to setting up in manual: First set white balance, second set ISO, then set aperture, and finally your shutter speed. 20 tips.

20 Things I Wish I Knew About Photographing in Manual Mode

Most helpful info- Steps to setting up in manual: First set white balance, second set ISO, then set aperture, and finally your shutter speed. 20 tips.

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