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Every small photography business needs a plan for success. In 99.99% of photography startups, success or failure hinges on your ability to realistically plan ahead. Unless you have a Scrooge McDuck level of money hidden away somewhere, every decision you make – especially those that are financial – have the potential to bring you more […]

The most powerful photographs we have taken have been the result of working collaboratively with our clients. While it is certainly possible to take good photos of people in many circumstances, the greatest photos result from more than just a good composition and ideal exposure settings. The key fundamentally lies in our approach to photography […]

One of the biggest challenges many people face when starting their own photography business is – picking a name! Let us be clear, the answer is not going to be straightforward for everyone. A part of the experience of picking the perfect business name is having those sleepless nights, brainstorming sessions, and thinking long and […]

When it comes to taking portraits, photographers are not usually rushing out into the streets during night time. Given that the quality of photography is dependent on light available, or one’s ability to create light through artificial means, many photographers, as a result, aim to air on the side of caution when it comes to […]

We sat around for a while thinking about a good introduction to a review on the new Profoto A1 AirTTL-C Studio Flash. After all, you are likely a person who falls into one of two camps when it comes to new photography gear (particularly expensive gear). The first group of people gets extremely excited, maybe […]

If you are a wedding photographer working with the Canon 5D Mark IV, it’s likely that you are wanting to know what the “ideal” settings are while shooting throughout the wedding day. While in a lot of ways, this is a topic that is difficult to pin down, given how many factors go into the […]