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Hello hello happy Monday and welcome to our Highlights Reel, a weekly collection (painstakingly curated!) of our fave Grad shot images shared in our Grad’s group and community. Please enjoy, and check out the links for related blog tutorials with fantastic tips you’ll love! Related: Get Sharp Photos of Kids in Motion; Shoot Your Own […]

Highlights Reel – 23 Fantastic Grad Images!

7 Secrets For Stunning Snow Pictures

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How To Take Stunning Snow Portraits When the snow starts falling, that all-white winter wonderland is an exciting opportunity for snow pictures! Think sparkling eyes, apple cheeks pink with cold, beautiful texture in the form of warm woollies. Add pops of vibrant colour, and it’s easy to create really eye-catching, dynamic snow images with a […]

A Weekly Highlights Reel Of Faceless Photography Inspiration! A great portrait conveys something intangible about the subject. Imagine doing that without including your subject’s face? Exactly that was the task our grads faced last week when they got the theme of Faceless Portraits for their regular challenge. It forces you to think outside the square. […]

21 Faceless Portraits To Inspire Your Next Photoshoot

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Kids Photography – Bubble Photos

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I love to take photos of my kids at the park – which is just as well given how much time we spend there! But sometimes my kids photography feels a bit same old, same old, and my toddler loves bubbles. So every now and then, we mix things up a little with some bubble […]

When I went searching for photos that jump out at me to feature in our Highlights Reel of Grad photos next week, I couldn’t help but notice an abundance of gorgeous baby and toddler portraits. And so it was this week’s Highlights Reel is themed around exactly that, with some tips for capturing them for […]

12 Baby & Toddler Portrait Tips for Beginners

Highlights Reel – 23 of Our Fave Grad Images

It was a little harder than usual this week to narrow down the gorgeous Grad shot images to just a handful of faves for our Highlights Reel! This collection of 21 dreamy photos were a stand out… enjoy and congrats if you were featured! Join my new workshop and learn How to Shoot Pro-Quality Photos […]

When it comes to exposure, there’s no one size fits all, perfect correct exposure. You can expose dark, light and everything in between according to your subject matter and your creative vision. You’ve probably heard the term “dark and moody”, which is a popular term for what amounts to a low key image, and is […]

How to Use Natural Light for Dark & Moody Photos

How to Get Sharper Photos of Kids in Motion

Why Your Action Photos are Blurry and How to Control It Have you ever tried to take photos of your kids on the move or playing sport in auto mode on your DSLR? How did they turn out? Whether they’re chasing a football, swimming a 200m butterfly, or speeding toward you on dirt bike… the […]

Take Your Own Delicious Food Pictures With These Essential Tips Natural light food photography is a fabulously rewarding genre for SO many reasons, that I really want you to try it yourself! Firstly, you can do it in a very small space, even if you don’t have abundant natural light. What’s more, the main subject […]

15 Delicious Food Pictures – A Beginners’ Guide To Food Photography

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10 Ideas For Great 4th Of July Pictures

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Professional Looking 4th of July Pics – Without The Overwhelm! Your 4th of July pictures don’t need to be expensive or involve sourcing a dozen expensive or hard-to-find props. We LOVE the styled setups that we see in the CLG community…but not that many people have the time, money, or mad styling skills to pull […]