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MOOD BOARDS: YOUR SHOOT’S ROAD MAP

 

A mood board is a creative document that can charter the life, inspiration, and aesthetic direction of a creative project. The mood board is usually centered around a single image, item of inspiration, or aspect of the project. This could be a found image, a photo that has the editing style you want to achieve, a color palette, or even an item that has just sparked the creative juices in you. Any way its sliced, it should be an integral part of the final image, and will be referenced as such.

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How To Make The Most Out Of The Photography Gear You Own

 

How much photography gear do you own?

 

What camera do you use? And how high is the quality of your photography equipment? This and similar questions are asked a lot in the photo industry. The amount of megapixels or AF points doesn’t really matter though because at it’s heart photography is about emotion, narrative, and memory. In this regard the question becomes not about equipment quality, but the quality of the artwork produced. Specifically, what makes a picture a quality photograph?

 

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Collaborations: Stylists and Makeup Artists

 

Photography is rarely a solo operation. Unless you’re a street photographer or photojournalist, and even then one is effectively collaborating with the entire universe at once. Projects and photographs are often more satisfying and can gain much more traction if other creatives such as makeup artists, stylists, and other production staff are both involved and invested.

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 Grip Gear: A Guide For Natural Light Photographers

 
Grip gear and equipment is a really fun part of photography. It is an area of production that exists to back photographers up in creatively solving problems. Whether you need a mini A-clamp, or a Black Bird 220 (a $10,000+ cinema light stand) or something in between there are endless grip possibilities to solving problems that may arise on shoot day.

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