August 15th was the second annual styled shoot for the members of the Appleton TuesdaysTogether group, a chapter of The Rising Tide Society, which is a creative entrepreneur’s group focused on “community over competition.” The event was held at Givens Farm in Hortonville, WI, and multiple creative minds came together to organize this! The word […]
Senior portrait session on Lake DeNeveu
Have you ever had professional photos taken but felt that you didn’t look like yourself in the photos? Or maybe you didn’t like how you looked in the photos? No, you’re not imagining things! There is a reason for this. With the wide availability of smartphones, people are taking selfies quite often; some even multiple […]
Meet Amanda, the 2018 Senior Representative for Roxanne Elise Photography!
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If you’re in the market for a professional photographer, it can be a bit daunting sifting through various websites and portfolios looking for just the right one. Maybe it’s your first time booking a photography session, maybe you’re looking for something better than last time, or maybe you just want to try out another photographer […]
Tired of re-opening your logo file and placing it on your images every time you want to watermark? Here is a visual step-by-step guide on how to create a simple watermark brush in Photoshop.
Second shooting is a GREAT way for a photographer to gain experience in wedding photography without the risks that a full-time wedding photographer must take on. A wedding photographer can also benefit greatly by hiring a second shooter. However, there seems to be much confusion among photographers about the role and rights of a second shooter. This article is meant to clarify a few things and hopefully educate photographers on the risks and benefits of using or working as a second shooter.
To sum up this event, it was amazing. I’ve been so lucky to become part of a group of other creative professionals in my area!
When offering printed photos to your clients, you are offering a level of service that other photographers may not provide. But this comes with its own set of challenges and requirements, and possibly changes in how you shoot and edit your images.