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We Love {Week One}

Hello! It’s a very happy new year at Click Love Grow with our first course of 2015 launching last week! Our newest group of beginning photographers dived into the first lesson enthusiastically, to learn all about composition and how to purposefully take photos that are more WOW than snapshot. Here are just a few of […]

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Featured Student Alison Britten

Alison Britten completed our Enthusiast Photography Course in August 2014 and went on to complete our Advanced Course in November! I’m so thrilled that she has agreed to be featured on the blog to share her experience and images with us. Biggest a-ha moment My biggest Ah-Ha in learning photography was finally understanding the exposure triangle! I had […]

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Featured Student

Naomi is a Mum and loves in the beautiful Huon Valley in Tasmania. She completed our Enthusiast course in September this year and we’re so happy that Naomi has agreed to be featured on our blog.   Naomi says… I’ve always imagined scenes turned into photographs in my mind and then been desperately disappointed when they […]

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The Surprising Room in your House for Beautiful Portraits

It’s your Bathroom!! Does this sound familiar? You’re itching to take some portraits of the kids, miserable weather outdoors, and the indoor light echoes the weather outdoors… dark, dreary and shadowy. In your hunt for good light in a good room… I bet your bathroom wasn’t on your radar! But do you have a lovely […]

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Wide Angle Fun!

Wide angles are often known as great lenses for travel and landscapes as they capture those long sweeping skies which look so great! But wide angles can also be fantastic fun for capturing photos of your kids and fun times at home! Short focal lengths have a distortive effect which elongates and exaggerate the size […]

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When Technically Perfect Isn’t Important

So this is a lesson that took me a while to learn!  I would stress, and worry, and get so frustrated that my memories weren’t *perfect* that I’d feel discouraged and put the camera down all together! One of the things we focus on when learning photography is how to get a beautifully crisp and sharp image with […]

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What to Wear at Your Family Portrait Session

So every year about this time I’m starting to think about our annual photo of my girls, or all of us, because pop that baby into a beautiful frame and it’s pretty much the perfect Christmas present for the Grandparents! Xx And one thing I always think about… is outfits! Our wonderful Pam has been photographing families for […]

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