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Documenting Childhood – The Ultimate Photography Guide {by Morvern Shaw}

Photographer’s child syndrome… the struggle is real! It’s all fun and games when we first start taking photos of our own kids, but they grow weary of our camera way too quickly! But there is a way around it… documentary photography. I love this style for capturing children for a few reasons. It ensures we […]

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We Love Thoughtful Compositions

Hello! It’s exciting times as another Click Love Grow Enthusiast Photography Course kicked off last week! Our first lesson as always, is composition. This is where students learn how to purposely take more eye catching photos armed with a knowledge of proven compositional techniques. All our students did such a fabulous job with their challenge […]

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8 Tips to Create Art using Lens Distortion

  Wide angle lenses are the queens of distortion! They will stretch, elongate, and generally exaggerate the size of objects through the viewfinder. The cause of the distortion is that the lens is shaped in a way that allows it to include more in the frame than the eye naturally sees…  it squeezes in extra […]

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8 Things You Can Do Today To Improve Your Photos

1. Find the Light Light is the big kahuna of photography, and we simply can’t write an article about improving photography without mentioning light. There is no faking great light or fixing it after the fact. Light (or the lack thereof) will play a big role in whether your shot comes out as you intended (or hoped).  And […]

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