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Food Photography For Beginners Learn how to style, light & photograph incredible food photos Food photography is it's own art form. While it shares a lot in common with typical product photography in terms of working with smaller objects and styling a

10 Essential Tips For Knocks Your Socks Off Wedding Photos Captivate your clients & capture knock-their-socks off photos with these 10 tips to improve your wedding photo storytelling. A picture tells a thousand words - But what are you actually SAYING with

3 Lens Filters You Should Bring To EVERY Photoshoot These simple tools create dramatic effects in your photography Lens Filters. Do you need them? Which ones? Are they worth the money? Depending which photographer you ask, you'll get different answers. BUT one thing you'll

35mm vs 50mm vs 85mm Portrait Photography Which lens do YOU prefer? See them side by side in this real life portrait shoot   Choosing the right lens for your portraits and photoshoots isn't easy. It takes time and experience to figure out which

3 Biggest Mistakes When Editing Real Estate Photos Avoid these editing mistakes to improve your Real Estate Photography! In this Real Estate Photography tutorial, Nathan Cool Photo shares the most common mistakes newbie Real Estate Photographers make and what you can do

Take GORGEOUS Product Photos Using JUST YOUR PHONE How to take product photos without a professional camera In this incredibly simple photography tutorial, Aileen Choi shares how to take gorgeous product shots using a phone and some simple yet genius creative lighting

Make a BAD shot look good - Product Photography Lighting With Daniel Schiffer A product lighting masterclass in 10 mins 17 secs. Product photography is an entirely different world from portraits & outdoor shoots. Inside this banger tutorial from Daniel Schiffer, you'll

The SIMPLEST DIY Product Photo Lighting Setup A simple Lighting setup for taking DIY Product Photos at home with cheap & easy materials Product photography can get expensive quickly. Lights, sets, props & gear can add up fast. Inside this product photography tutorial,