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Wedding Photography: Rain Isn’t Always A Disaster

Many a spring bride fears rain on her wedding day, but precipitation doesn’t necessarily mean you’re doomed! In fact, the Italians believe that rain on the wedding day is a sign of good luck! Not only is rain a sign of growth, nurturing, blessings and fertility, it allows for some gorgeous photographic opportunities. There is … Continue reading »

How Photographers Can Promote Their Work With Social Media

Gone are the days when photographers had to hope for a lucky break or try to get discovered. With the advent of social media, it’s easier than ever to show off your work. The bad news is, that also means the competition has become fiercer. Unfortunately, if another photographer is more tech savvy than you … Continue reading »

10 Tips For Photographing Children

  Photographing children is something we all take for granted. We normally point a camera at a child, ask them to say “cheeeese”, make some funny faces at them, they smile and viola! we have a photo. The problem is, most of these images lack the quality of a professional photographer. Perhaps you get lucky … Continue reading »

Shoot Now, Focus Later – A Look at the Lytro

A great new camera technology is emerging that is set to be a milestone in photography. The Californian company Lytro has developed a new type of camera sensor which works with light field technology. These images can capture every possible ray of light from all visible areas in the background and foreground. What this means … Continue reading »

Nikon AF-S Nikkor 50mm f1.4G Lens: Review

Thanks to Steven McConnell for this exclusive review to pixelogist.me on the Nikkor 50mm f1.4G! I’ve been carrying my 50mm 1.4G Nikkor with me on family photography photoshoots as a backup for my workhorse, which is the 85mm 1.4G. In my mind, the 50mm is the one I’d use if the 85mm stopped working mid-shoot … Continue reading »

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