Monthly Archives: October 2015

We are always adding new areas to photograph on our homestead, click here to learn more. This swing is our latest addition. Nikon D700: RAW 50mm f/1.4 lens Shutter Speed: 1/3200 ISO 800 f/1.6 Click here to shop at Amazon and support free content on this site. Shooting mode: manual mode Metering mode: pattern Focus points: […]

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Our good friends Matthew and Chrissy from Weddings by Sal & Bella were gracious enough to take our family photos. View more from this session by clicking here. Nikon D3S: RAW 200mm f/2.0 lens Shutter Speed: 1/500 ISO 800 f/3.5 Shooting mode: manual Metering mode: pattern Focus points: tracking Focus mode: continuous servo Matthew shot this image by […]

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This week’s question comes from Jaime, and she writes, “Hi Heather, I received the following requirements for submitting yearbook senior photos, could you please help me achieve this?” 2.25 x 3.25 or 2.5 x 3.5 Headshot should measure approximately 1.25″ to 1.5″ from hairline to chin. In this free video, I share how to crop […]

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Samantha and Bryan are celebrating their first year of marriage and decided to commemorate the occasion with a photo session. I had the honor of capturing their wedding last year in Malibu, CA, click here to view more. Image by Shawnelle: Forged From Stars This session was part of a workshop that I was teaching […]

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Meet my friend Jaime, I met her earlier this year when we started working together to grow her photography business. Check out her website by clicking here. We photographed at my homestead in Beaver County. I love a nice, clean black and white. If you’re interested in private mentoring in order to learn more about […]

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View Megan and Jay’s wedding by clicking here. Nikon D700: RAW 50mm f/1.4 lens Shutter Speed: 1/250 ISO 1600 f/2.0 Shooting mode: aperture priority with +1/3 exposure compensation Metering mode: pattern Focus points: single Focus mode: one-shot This photo was taken on September 12th at 1:26pm. It was overcast and the light was coming from two windows that […]

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This week’s question comes from Jaime, and she writes, “Hi Heather, I received the following requirements for submitting yearbook senior photos, could you please help me achieve this?” 2.25 x 3.25 or 2.5 x 3.5 Headshot should measure approximately 1.25″ to 1.5″ from hairline to chin. In this free video, I share how to crop […]

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