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lighting adjustments, camera settings and finally, must-have accessories

Pen N' Paperflowers: iNSPiRE | FREE Chalkboard Fonts + Holiday Art Prints

“You might already know all about histograms, if you don’t it’s well worth getting your head around them because, well, they are pretty awesome." Rick Nunn

Lightroom’s Magic Targeted Adjustment Brush | Pretty Presets for Lightroom

Nailing Night Exposures: Here's a guide to the rough settings you're likely to need for popular low-light subjects.

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Shooting 180 Degrees with Sue Bryce by You MUST keep moving around your client. Small movements constant flow. Great video on interacting with client

Set you camera to iso 400, the f/stop to 5.6 or so and do a 4 to 5 second exposure

stretching a background seamless paper 2, via YouTube.