Lindsay Weber Photography

Where To Find Inspiration to Better Your Photography

Where To Find Inspiration to Better Your Photography
17 January 2014
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A common problem that many photographers often face after shooting for awhile is that they often get stuck in a rut. They might lose enthusiasm and creativity or feel like they are just shooting the same old things over and over again. Well it’s a new year! I’ve come up with a list of things that might help you get inspired to pick up your camera and shoot more creatively! 1. Change Your Perspective Often times when I’m unhappy with how a shot is turning out, I will move my position to change up my perspective. If you are shooting something like a sculpture, instead of shooting it head...

What to Know When Preparing for a Photography Show

What to Know When Preparing for a Photography Show
10 September 2013
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It was just a few short months ago that I was fortunate enough to have my photography featured at the “All You Need Is Art” show here in Chicago. This was actually the first time I had ever shown any of my work before. And let me tell you, it felt so great to get my photos framed and up on a wall! There sure is a lot prep work that goes into getting ready for the big day. I learned so much from doing this show, that I wanted to share with you, some of the things I learned and some tips to get yourself ready for your own photography show. Selecting a Location One thing to keep in mind is that...

Tips on Preparing for a Family Photo Shoot

Tips on Preparing for a Family Photo Shoot
03 November 2012
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What makes a photo shoot run smoothly and produce great pictures at the end of the day? I have just a few simple suggestions for you that will hopefully make the day of your family photo shoot that much less stressful. We all have enough going on in our crazy busy lives right? Let’s help make your photo shoot hassle free! Tip 1: Scout out a fun location Before your shoot, scout out a couple of fun locations you would like to use. You can try and find places that have interesting textures and backgrounds such as ivy, brick, a flowery field, etc. Parks, beaches or local forest preserves always...

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