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Album Art: 91 Regal by Anti-Lilly

About 2 years ago, I started working with Anti-Lilly on his art direction for his music and this is probably one of the most special projects today in my opinion. I may be a little biased since Anti is one of my closest friends but the entire concept and production of this album really has something to it. As long as i’ve known him, he hasn’t had a car but he will literally give you…

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Don’t Ever Work At A Chain Photo Studio

In December of 2014 I was wrapping up my final fall semester at the University of Houston and working at a call center that had me on the edge of a violent episode every single day. One day when I was skipping work at said call center on my way home from class, I was driving past a shopping center near my house that I never really paid attention to and realized that there was…

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Slow Down – Jack Freeman

Jack Freeman and I have been trying to shoot for a few years not and a couple of weeks ago we finally had the opportunity to create some really great shots. The shoot was done in 3 locations, one under a bridge that has housed nothing but bulldozers and construction equipment until recently, the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, and the final being a basketball court in the older part of The Woodlands that I have honestly never…

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Lightroom Mobile vs. VSCO Cam

As photography becomes more and more “mobile” (See the Eye-Fi Card in action), mobile photo editing apps like VSCO Cam, Lightroom Mobile, Enlight, and tons of others have become necessities to get the absolute most out of any image on the go. A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of writing an in depth review of both Lightroom Mobile and VSCO Cam for Ink361 that describes the main differences between the applications and what…

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Snapchat For Photographers

If you’re a photographer, there is a good chance that you are on most (if not all) of the social networks including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Flickr, 500px, Google+ and more with even more articles on why you should be using them but you don’t see too many “Snapchat for Photographers” posts for various reasons. Snapchat, in my mind is one of the most disruptive tech companies since Facebook and Twitter and for good reason. Millions…

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Creative Photography – Finding Your Style

Discovering and shaping your own style as a photographer can be tough and to some, seems pretty much impossible but can often times take your creative photography to the next level and beyond. The easiest way to approach this is to simply, “let it come to you.” This may fall somewhere between dumb and common sense to a lot of people but it really isn’t the easiest way to decide on your style and improve…

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Eye-Fi Mobi SD Card Review

Yesterday afternoon before covering an event for my job, I decided to stop and pickup the to see if it was really as great as I have heard. The premise of the card is great, if your camera does not have a wireless transmitter or wi-fi capabilities built in, you can use an Eye-Fi card to wirelessly transfer your images straight from your camera to your phone for any quick on the spot editing you…

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5 Reasons You Need to Use Bounce Flash Photography

Improve your Flash Photography The ability to properly bounce light in your flash photography can be the deciding factor in whether or not a photo comes out as great as you’d imagine. Nearly everyone, photographer or not, has seen an image taken with direct flash from a camera or external flash that is completely blown out and ruined and bouncing your flash can be a great way to solve this problem and get your image one step…

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Beverage Photography: Combining Exposures

When it comes to beverage photography, retouching and compositing several photos is often the key to a great final product. When shooting darker liquids on a dark background or even clear ones altogether, you often need to combine several photos to show the product in the best possible way. While shooting our entire spirits inventory for work this past week, I realized that my shots just weren’t “popping” how I wanted them too on the…

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