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  • Sophia Carey
    Published about 13 hours ago
    5 Tips to Make Your Models Feel Comfortable

    5 Tips to Make Your Models Feel Comfortable

    When I first started out in photography, especially portrait photography, one of the biggest issues I had was my own confidence and how that affected the model's comfort. When you're naturally an anxious or shy person, working with people and having to confidently direct them and relay your ideas (to strangers, might I add), can feel like the most alien thing in the world.
  • Maryam
    Published 3 days ago
    Pakistan’s Youngest Photographer

    Pakistan’s Youngest Photographer

    There have been heaps of field where ladies are kissing the feet of accomplishment and winning name and popularity. The vast majority of the ladies have moving stories behind their prosperity and enthusiasm. Discussing Fatimah Haroon, who is a youthful picture taker and producer, has propelled a ton of little youngsters of her age to genuinely discover their enthusiasm regardless of confronting the obstruction from the world. Fatimah realized that disappointment and obstruction can never stop her for getting her, acquire her energy and goal throughout everyday life. Her difficult work and endeavours of day and night certainly took care of her. Her life experienced a ton of difficulties and inconsistencies however she let nothing thwart her accomplishing her enthusiasm of photography. She began photography at an extremely youthful age and at fifteen years old she, at last, understood that it was catching minutes that was her actual intrigue. Her mom upheld her enthusiasm by buying her a DSLR that was her first accomplishment to seek after photography as her field of intrigue. Fatima positively is an effective and enthusiastic movie producer and picture taker who got an opportunity to stroll in Cannes Festival in 2016 with Ashwariya Rai and Deepika Padukone. Through her serious and extreme enthusiasm for photography, she has made her name through Bollywood and Hollywood also. Fatimah presently lives in Islamabad yet she visits NYC frequently for work. Fatimah is known for motivation for the youthful understudies like her and thusly she has got solicitations frequently from various acclaimed colleges to talk as a "persuasive visitor".
  • Maryam
    Published 3 days ago
    Success Is A Journey, Not A Destination!

    Success Is A Journey, Not A Destination!

    A significant part of the achievement condition has to do with regarding yourself. Treating yourself with benevolence and support along with your life venture. It's imperative to praise all triumphs enormous and little on the excursion toward satisfying your fantasies. This is the thing that an effective Young female Fatimah Haroon did. Everything starts with perceiving that you are a fruitful individual RIGHT NOW, and your triumphs can just go up from here. Just having the assurance to seek after your joy, your objectives and your fantasies is a huge achievement in itself.
  • Something Complicated
    Published 4 days ago
    Photography

    Photography

    It is crazy to think that negative photography has been the dominant method of photo production for over 100 years, but there is a whole generation that was born in the new millennium and perhaps has no idea how it works.
  • Thomas Vasas
    Published 6 days ago
    The Cool Colors of Fall

    The Cool Colors of Fall

    The Cool Colors of Fall, is just one of my favorite pictures from my Fall Collection of photography. Over the years, I can not wait when Fall comes, and the beautiful colors of Fall; yellows, reds, purples, oranges, and other Fall colors that I have never seen.
  • Sara Aulds
    Published 7 days ago
    Mistakes Beginner Filmmakers (and Photographers) Make...#5 Importance of Editing

    Mistakes Beginner Filmmakers (and Photographers) Make...#5 Importance of Editing

    Once you’ve got your pieces, now it’s time to put the puzzle together. Whether it’s editing clips into a longer video, restructuring a photo, create a panorama, or simply touching up a some acne on your subjects you have now entered the fun stage (or at least I think it’s fun) of the photography and videography world.
  • Raychel Farrow
    Published 8 days ago
    My Sisters’ Keeper

    My Sisters’ Keeper

    When I first came up with the concept of this shoot, I knew I wanted it to have an old New Orleans, southern charm feel to it. How I would be able to make this work in Kentucky, I had no idea. The dresses were originally supposed to be for the girls first group Christmas pictures, but between me working at Rue Gilt, the weather, and other family members wanting the kids to come visit, I never got the time to do it. This took a tole on me mentally and emotionally, because since I became pregnant with my first child, I always wanted to be a photographer. Of course with 5 kids (2 boys, 3 girls) this profession obviously wasn’t ideal to put food on the table, so I pushed it to the back of my mind for years...or at least I thought I had. Looking back, I can say I do believe not following my dreams nearly pushed me over the edge of depression, along with other factors. I found myself always in awe at the photographers I worked with, hoping and praying that one day, I would be right next to them. How I would do this as a single mother, I had no idea, so I continued to shy away from it, telling myself, I can always come back to it. Then one day, while scrolling on IG, I came across a meme that read, “A talented person who does not put in the work, will always fall short to the individual who is not naturally talented, but puts in the work.” I felt like I had just been slapped in the face by the truth itself. It was in this moment I told myself I have to do something, because if I didn’t, how can I tell my young black children to always follow their dreams, knowing that I was a walking contradiction. So, I pulled the dresses out. Kiyomi, my eldest daughter had used hers as a play dress, so it had some wear and tear, Kamaria’s dress was fine because she never touched it, then I was afraid that my baby girl Kori might not be able to fit hers. Remember these dresses were meant for Christmas 2019, and we were now in the month of August 2020. Luckily she still could fit it, but barely, so I knew I had to act quickly. I chose to do their hair with the back left out, because my eldest always struggled with the shrinkage of her hair and I wanted....no....I needed her to know that no matter what style she had, her hair was beautiful just the way it was, and I meant it. Once I got them dressed up, it started to sprinkle outside. I could feel myself slowly crashing as the anxiety took over. Still, I loaded them in the car . The original location I chose was closed due to Covid 19, so we ended up in Elizabethtown at the duck park. I don’t know why I never noticed before, but when we pulled up I noticed a small cute bridge in the distance, and decided we would start there. By this time it had stopped running, but not knowing if it would happen again, I began to move quickly. As I began, I could feel the fire in my heart burning again. Personal happiness was what I was feeling, and I wanted more. Moral of this: don’t give up, even if you’re a single mother of five kids.
  • cocolucky
    Published 11 days ago
    Sell ​​your photos to make money (tested)
  • Abigail Devilla
    Published 12 days ago
    Going after my dreams

    Going after my dreams

    first of all thank you for the pic Dariqsz Sankowski!