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  • Rick Berk

    Rick Berk has been working in photography for almost 20 years, having started by photographing pro sports. Rick is a published landscape photographer and portrait photographer as well as photo educator.

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  • How to Take Professional Photos of Your Vacation

    This article will outline some of the considerations I make in deciding what gear to pack, when to bring my camera with me on outings, and knowing how to not completely ruin a trip for my kids with an overabundance of pictures when going on vacation.

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  • Big Results of Small Product Photography with Speedlites

    The focus of my last article was predominantly based on the premise of using natural light to illuminate your product. It’s free and you can accomplish a lot by simply using window light and reflectors. This time around I want to expand your palette by introducing flash into the mix.

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  • The Canon EOS M5: Creativity in a Compact Size

    Lately, I have been photographing with the Canon EOS M5 compact interchangeable lens camera, which I call the lightweight and compact camera for photographers who don’t specialize — because it can do it all.

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  • Get in the Shot: Tips to Master Self-Portraits With Kids

    For times you don’t have someone around to help take nice photos of you and your kids together, it’s nice to know you can do it yourself. In this article I’ll outline the tools you need to take self-portraits so you can get out from behind the camera, and into the shot with your kids.

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  • Tips for Casual Family Portraits During the Holidays

    One of the most pleasant experiences of the holiday season is the chance to spend time with extended family and friends. Do you keep your photo skills to yourself and your camera on the shelf, or do you take a few informal portraits of loved ones to remember how they looked at a special moment in time?

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  • Liza Gershman's 30-Day Photo Challenge

    Keeping yourself constantly inspired as a visual artist is essential to building a portfolio and to creating better, stronger, more interesting work. However, artistic inspiration doesn't always exactly fall from the sky. Taking on a daily, weekly, or monthly project can really help to enhance creativity and add excitement to your photography.

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  • Sibling Photography

    Photographing siblings takes practice, patience and a bit of silliness. Once you know your way around your camera you can focus on being playful and doing what you need to do to get your kids to play along so you can get that shot of your little ones together that you’ve been hoping for.

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