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Choosing A Light Modifier That Fits Your Style

Choosing A Light Modifier That Fits Your Style

There are many different lighting modifiers out there and they will each give a unique look to your food photography. So how do you choose one? Well, you need to choose one that fits your style! So what if I don’t know my style? Not a problem! There are many...
Not All Artificial Light Is Created Equally

Not All Artificial Light Is Created Equally

In my last post, I showed you why Artificial Light Is Better Than Natural Light. This is true, but unfortunately, not all artificial light is created equally. Let’s take a look at two images of the same subject. Keep in mind that both images use the same camera,...
Why artificial light is better than natural light

Why artificial light is better than natural light

What I’m about to say may come across as blasphemy, but I’m going to say it anyway. Artificial light is better for food photography than natural light. I sound crazy, right? I bet that everything you have read and have heard says “natural light (daylight) is best for...
CreativeLive Photoshop Week 2016

CreativeLive Photoshop Week 2016

Woo hoo! It’s here! Photoshop Week at Creative Live begins tomorrow (Monday, February 22nd, 2016). If you are interested in improving your Lightroom and Photoshop skills, this week is the best week of the year! Throughout the week, you can watch 39 different...
A simple way to backup your RAW files

A simple way to backup your RAW files

What would you do if your computer’s hard drive crashed? Would all of your images be gone forever?  If this is a thought that has kept you up at night, don’t worry! You’re not alone! The scariest part of digital photography is the fact that with one...
Shooting in RAW is better than JPEG

Shooting in RAW is better than JPEG

Do you shoot in RAW? If you don’t you are missing out! No literally, you are missing out on pixels and information that your camera’s sensor captures. In the above video, you will see why you should always shoot in RAW! To use the RAW images that you...