Tips for Travel Photography

If you follow our blog, you know that at every opportunity we encourage photographers to travel. Getting outside of a familiar neighborhood, city, culture, and social circle can help photographers open their eyes to new ways to shoot, ward off burnout, and enhance... Read More »

Strategies for Time Management for Photographers

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When it comes to over-scheduling, photographers are some of the worst offenders. While some seasons (weddings *cough*) demand extra time, feeling overworked, frantic, and exhausted does not have to be a daily reality. With just a few time management strategies, you can... Read More »

Ilford Photo Week: Live Edit

From the glowing graininess of Delta 3200, to the deep tones of Pan F, this preset pack emulates Ilford’s modern black and white films and is perfect for everything from fine art to photojournalism. Now through June 25th all current Mastin Labs users get 20% off... Read More »

How to Make Your Pricing Work for You

If you ask photographers what they struggle with the most, nine times out of ten they will say, “pricing”. It’s a rather taboo subject, usually causing quite the debate in various photography circles. There will always be those photographers who don’t charge... Read More »

On and Off-Camera Flash Techniques

Lighting can be a photographer’s best friend and worst enemy. As a photographer, if you aren’t in full control of your location and time of day for shooting, it’s easy to become a victim of your environment. The more you learn about on and off-camera flash... Read More »

How to Shoot In Kelvin

In photography, white balance is considered one of the most important settings on a digital camera. Without proper white balance, beautiful brides can come out looking like oompa loompas, and rosy cheeked healthy babies can come out looking like cold wax figurines.... Read More »