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10 Questions To Ask Quinceañera Photographers

As the special day fast approaches, you will be consumed with many pressing issues and might forget to ask the Quinceañera photographers some very important questions. Before you consider signing any photography contract, be sure to get answers to these 10 questions from any photographers you are considering. 1. What Photography Style Do You Use […]

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Choosing Quinceanera Photographers in Florida

Moms:  Hiring the right quinceanera photographer in miami can be difficult if you don’t know where to begin.  There are so many photographers in and around miami that it can be difficult to find the right one for your daughter’s 15.  But don’t worry too much.  We are here to help you find a quinceanera photographer that […]

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Quinceanera Planning

Quinceañera Countdown Checklist 12+ Months Before Set a budget Book church in the city that best suits you and your guests Reserve ballroom or banquet hall for quinceanera parties Negotiate group rates at a hotel if you will have out of town guests Work with mom and dad to Choose your padrinos 12-9 Months Before Order Quinceañera event save-the-dates Start […]

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Quinceanera Photo Tips from a Photographer’s Perspective

We’ve given you make up and hairstyling tips to look  your very best for your pre-quince photo shoot. Now,  Quinceanera.com got a hold of photographer Melinda  Torres, founder of Creating an Image, to  give our quince girls the scoop on expect for your quinceañera photo  shoot!   We’ve heard that different make up should be worn for outdoor and indoor photo shoots. […]

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Tips to Plan your Quinceañera Photography

Your quinceañera is a celebration you’ll remember for the rest of your life. It’s important to wisely choose a professional who will manage your Quinceañera photography accordingly. When planning, it is important to analyze your budget; if you have to choose, pick quality over quantity. You’ll have to decide between classic and digital photos in interior, exterior, black and […]

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How to Create Captivating Self Portraits

Have you ever had an incredible idea, but couldn’t find a model to help you? Learn how to bring your vision to life through the art of self portraits. As photographers, we spend most of our time behind the camera and prefer it that way. For some, the fear of stepping in front of the camera is comparable […]

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101 Wedding Photography tips

A guide to the Top Tips and Tricks to improve your wedding photography As a wedding photographer you will have to juggle a number of different types of photography. ‘Wedding photographer’ is actually short for documentary, portrait, landscape, still life, family photographer (it isn’t but it should be!) A wedding can be a stressful day for […]

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How to Shoot Great Images With One Flash in the Studio

When you think of studio lighting, you probably think of elaborate multi-light setups, and while those certainly have their place, there’s no reason you can’t create compelling imagery with a single light. This great video will show you how to achieve exactly that. Coming to you from Manny Ortiz, this great video shows you what you […]

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Planning and Executing Your First Photo Editorial

The in-between stages of fashion photography can be knowing which ideas for stories serve best as test shoots and which are worth pushing forward as a full editorial. Do the benefits of a cohesive editorial outweigh the efforts required to make it? This article breaks down the steps required from idea to execution. Test Shoot […]

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40 Tips to Take Better Photos

“How do I take better photos?” I was extremely lucky to have many talented and generous photographers take me under their wing to show me the ropes. Without their valuable advice there is no way I would have become the photographer I am today. Ironically, the number one question I now get asked as an […]

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Stylizing Your Work With the Use of Color

We often draw inspiration from several mediums; art, music, and film to name a few. These inspirations are blended together and found within our work. This article digs deeper into what may give our work moody undertones and makes us feel exactly how we feel when looking at it. Finding your Style While I do not believe that […]

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The Trait I Value More Than Anything in a Model

When it comes to working with models (whether it be aspiring or established), there is one trait that I value above all others. If you’re thinking that I’m going to say cheek bones, freckles, or a specific hair color you’re way, way off. I’m not talking physical traits; appearances are neither here nor there. When […]

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