Photo © Elizabeth Leitzell

Double Vision: Photographers Balance Parallel Businesses

Can you successfully pursue more than one photographic career at a time? Three pros explain how they do it. 


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Photo © Roberto Valenzuela

Roberto Valenzuela's Medium Format Photography

In searching for new inspiration, wedding photography Robert Valenzuela found it in the form of a medium-format digital camera.
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© MARGO DUVALL

4 DIY Photo Projects to Try at Home

From using an old film canister as a flash diffuser to making photo light stencils shine at night, you don't have to pay the big bucks to get the best shots.


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© Maria Hibbs

DIY Photo Studio Makeovers

Finding an affordable studio can be challenging. And whether you’re meeting potential clients or staging full-scale photo shoots, you want the space to be both functional and esthetically pleasing. We asked the photographers to share their tips for transforming a raw space into a working studio without breaking the bank.


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© RYAN BRENIZER

Bad Lighting, Great Wedding Photos

In Rangefinder's September 2013 cover story, photographer Ryan Brenizer explains how he turns challenging lighting, weather and settings into stellar wedding photographs.


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Kristie Lee

Kristie Lee, Dog Whisperer

New York-based photographer Kristie Lee's pet portraits capture lovable canines' true personalities.

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© David Tejada

David Tejada: Small Strobe Guru

Corporate photographer David Tejada uses portable strobes and modifiers to shape a scene, guide the eye, and create easy-to-implement lighting patterns and solutions.
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© Billy Kidd

Social Butterflies

Three photographers reveal how they gained mega-followers—and consequently mega-clients—by honing in on one particular social media platform suited to their brand.


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Going Mobile

Rangefinder presents ten apps that will actually benefit your business. 


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Making Sense of HDR with Harold Davis

Jim Cornfield explains the what and the how of the HDR imaging with the help of Harold Davis. 


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Creating DIY Photo Gear

Rangefinder and DIY Photography give how-to's on assembling DIY gear such as beauty dishes and red-scale film.


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Jerry Ghionis

Season For Learning

Rangefinder presents its top six fall workshop picks for wedding and portrait photographers.


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PHOTOS © ALYCIA ALVAREZ AND JONAS PETERSON

Pinterest Factor

Weighing the pros and cons for photographers of social media’s newest darling. Once you’ve saturated your Facebook and Twitter feeds with all the business and self-promotion traction you can get out of them, what’s next on the social media horizon?


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I’ve Been Ripped Off—Why Isn’t it an Infringement?

I can’t tell you how often I get an e-mail or phone call from a photographer with the same story: A current or potential client contacted the photographer about a possible assignment or use of a stock image. The client described what he was looking for and asked to see some samples of images that might work. The photographer complied and tried to protect himself by sending some low-res and/or watermarked images that would give the client a clear view of the images but that could not, as a practical matter, be used directly for any kind of commercial or publication purposes.
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