Tag Archives: Photo Tips
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Five Rules to Remember When Digital Story Telling

16 Nov17

By Terry White, Principal Worldwide Design and Photography Evangelist for Adobe Systems, Inc. Capturing beautiful imagery and creating wonderful designs is only half of the story. If you’re an amazing photographer, then in many cases your work will speak for itself. Or perhaps it will create mystery or a question in the viewer’s mind like, […]

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Halloween Photo Tips

20 Oct17

Drew is a family photographer and owner of DrewB Photography and Mom*tog. To see more of Drew’s work, follow her on Instagram. As a parent you probably spend a lot of time making or picking out the perfect Halloween costumes for your kids. Or if you are like me, you spend a lot of time getting several costumes […]

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Sale: 20% off Everything

05 Jun17

Now through June 7th, enjoy 20% off sitewide. Just in time for Father’s Day, you can create a personalized photo gift for your pop or treat yourself to something special. Use code everything2017 and upload your snapshots to get started. Shop Now Please Note: Cannot be combined with other offers and discount does not apply […]

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How to Find the Best Indoor Lighting Using Catchlights

28 Mar17

Lighting, lighting, lighting… Yes, it’s all I ever talk about! Well… you’ve got me friend. I do talk about lighting a lot, but that’s because it’s one of THE most important things to master as a beginning photographer. Not to mention it’s one of the harder things to figure out. But once you do, I […]

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How to Create an Awesome Instagram

16 Feb16

Jill Marzion is a family photographer located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In a short time, Jill’s little hobby of photography transformed into a full-blown passion for capturing all of the beautiful details of life. Visit Jill’s studio website to see more of her professional work. Storytelling comes in a variety of formats. From spoken-word and song to cinema and photography, it’s in our […]

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The Beauty of Monochrome by Sandy Fales

18 Jan16

Sandy Fales is the face behind the camera at Wild Prairie Photography. Black and white. Monochrome. I can think of no better way to edit a photo. To me, it brings something added to the frame. Something that color just cannot project. By taking away what is known we open our minds to this whole other area […]

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Sale: 50% off Large Prints

28 Sep15

Hello friends, it’s sale time. Now through September 30th, you can save 50% on large Prints (11×14 and up) with promo code LARGE15. It’s always the right time to print your favorite photos and nothing makes our heart flutter like bringing your heartfelt memories to life. Follow us on Instagram and use the hashtag #mpix to […]

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5 Things Your Photographer Wants You to Know

07 May15

Jill Marzion is a family photographer located in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In a short time, Jill’s little hobby of photography transformed into a full-blown passion for capturing all of the beautiful details of life. Visit Jill’s studio website to see more of her professional work. Before every photo session, your family is faced with a number of decisions. From […]

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How to Choose Your Family Photographer

16 Mar15

Drew is a family photographer and owner of DrewB Photography. In addition to her blog, Mom*tog, Drew has released her new photography guide UnManual2. To see more of Drew’s work, follow her on Instagram. With so many family photographers out there it can be overwhelming to find the right one for your family. And, typically, it’s a big investment. […]

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5 Tips For Capturing Natural Expressions

08 Feb15

Alicia and Jeremy Brown created the blog, Write You On My Heart, to help parents everywhere learn how easy it can be to take beautiful, natural photos of their children, even if the only camera available is a smartphone. Write You On My Heart is full of practical iPhone photography tutorials and inspirational tips for […]

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