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Ask Tigz ~ Cut-outs for Product Shots

We have a fabulous new section for you in The Barn called Ask Tigz that was inspired by The Farmers who every now and then come up with an image that needs more than a basic fix in Photoshop. It could be an image grabbed at a wedding that has significance but...

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Opening Eyes in Photoshop

In response to a request from one of our members, this tutorial looks at a really quick and easy way to open eyes in Photoshop. The more people in a group shot, then the more likely this is to happen. This can be overcome by shooting several frames at the time but...

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Removing Objects in Photoshop Using Content Aware Fill

Have you ever had something creep into the frame of an image or taken a shot and not seen something that then catches the eye in an image? It can be really easy to remove entire objects in Photoshop using the Content Aware Fill. This short tutorial shows you how....

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Reduce Wrinkles and Dark Circles Under Eyes in Photoshop

Here, Lisa shows you a really quick and effective way to reduce wrinkles and dark circles under the eyes using Photoshop. The result is subtle and freshens the face without looking artificial. Removing Fine Lines & Dark Circles Under Eyes in Photoshop from Lisa...

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Using Photoshop Actions and Batch Processing

In the third part of her workflow, Lisa adds colour tones and black & white conversions using Photoshop Actions. This tutorial also shows you how she batch processes. You can see and purchase all our Photoshop Actions here. Adding Colour Actions & Batching...

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Creating a Killer About Me Page ~ Marketing #2

After your Home Page, the About Me is the next most visited page so it’s just as important to nail this one. Photographers often suck at writing this bit so here are Lisa’s tips on how to create a really appealing About Me page. So they were wowed by your...

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Making an Awesome Homepage ~ Marketing #1

In the first of our series on marketing for wedding photographers, Lisa talks about why nailing that homepage is so important and gives her top tips for Making an Awesome Homepage. On Sunday afternoons, you will often find me whipping up a roast dinner at Devlin...

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Blogging for Wedding Photographers with Rock n Roll Bride

This month’s question came from me. I thought about if I had the chance to sit down with the biggest wedding blogger in the UK, what would be the one thing I would want to know most? After we had this great interview with Kat Williams from Rock n Roll Bride on...

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Online Tutorial ~ SEO For Wedding Photographers #4

In this SEO series, we have spoken quite a bit about how Google loves nothing better than Google so as wedding photographers what can we do to buddy up with Google and improve our SEO? First thing is to get a Google+ business page and it has just been made even easier...

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SEO for Wedding Photographers #3

Next up, Lisa looks at how we can write our blog posts to be Search Engine friendly. How we can structure them and add targeted keywords without looking spammy or getting google penalties. This is all about writing engaging and natural content but also picking up some...

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SEO for Wedding Photographers #2

In this tutorial Lisa goes through the steps she uses to add in simple Search Engine friendly key words to her images to start the process of SEO right from import. When you see how easy it is to include these steps in your workflow, you will be kicking yourself that...

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SEO for Wedding Photographers #1

Welcome to this series on SEO (Search Engine Optimization) for wedding photographers. If you are confused about how to approach SEO then this is for you or we might have some tips that you have never thought of. We are going to look at how to include SEO strategies in...

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Commercial Photography Contract & Licence

As well as weddings, I shoot some commercial work and always have done. So what do we need to know about the legal side of commercial photography? Here we are going to look at some of the implications, how to hold onto your copyright and what you need to include in a...

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Google Analytics For Wedding Photographers

Wedding photographer, Alexa got in touch to say that she would love a tutorial in how to read your Google Analytics. She finds them confusing and doesn’t really know what she is meant to be looking for in there. Yes, there is a lot of information in your...

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Online Tutorial ~ Second Shooters at Weddings

Being a second shooter at a wedding can be a great way to gain experience with the safety net of working with a more experienced photographer. It can also help you build a portfolio of images and push your creativity. Lisa talks about why she always uses a second...

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Pre-Wedding Client Meetings Tutorial

Some tips on what to discuss or include in a Pre-Wedding Client Meeting including working out your timeline around their schedule and planning group shots, portraits etc. For members of The Barn, here is a download of a possible list of questions to ask in a meeting...

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Wedding Photography Contract

So many wedding photographers that I meet ask me about contracts, what should go in it or where do they get one for free? Yikes! Please don’t rely on a free contract that may be out of date for current law or not relevant to your location. UK laws are very...

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This Is What I See ~ Joanna Brown

Imagine the scene, I was with my parents probably at a relatives house, it was always too hot, claustrophobic with no windows open and it felt like we were going to be stuck there FOREVER {you must remember this feeling right?}. Well I did this thing whenever I was...

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How to Make Money From Stock Photography

What is stock photography and why should I care as a wedding photographer? Emma Lucy explains how easy it can be to make an extra income from your images. So you’ve set yourself up as a wedding photographer, you’ve got x amount of bookings for x amount of money. From...

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This Is What I See ~ Laura McCluskey

I have been taking photos for over 10 years now & I can’t think of anything I’d rather be doing. When I was growing up I painted a lot and wanted to be an artist: photography is my medium. I first started photography at school, the art department had a darkroom...

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This Is What I See ~ Tigz Rice

Art? Or Science? It’s a question that comes back to me time and time again as I think about how I ended up with a career in photography. Like all parents, mine are full of stories about what I was like as a small child. I was incredibly good at making a mess...

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