A Guide to Taking Group Shots

Group photos are very popular and knowing how to take them is a great advantage, especially if you are planning to be an event photographer. From regular family events to activities like sports games, to weddings and other special occasions, the opportunities to take them are always available. However, photographing a lot of people in one shot can be quite a challenge. There are a lot of elements that might be hard to control, such as hyperactive children.

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Master the Rule of Thirds Before You Break Them

The Rule of Thirds is one of the most essential composition principles of photography and it is something every photographer should know by heart. It is the foundation for balanced images and is also well known by other people in the field of visual arts such as painting and graphic design.

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How to Use the Framing Technique to Provide A Point of Focus

There are several ways to entice the viewer's eyes to focus on your subject and one effective technique is framing. When you frame an object or a scene, you are bringing attention to it by removing all distracting clutter around it so that there is nowhere else to look but at the point of interest.

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New large print sizes

We have added the following print sizes to our offering. You can activate them in your price groups.

– 10×30 (Gloss, Matte, Luster, B&W, and Metallic)
– 24×72 (Gloss, Matte, Luster, and Metallic)
– 48×60 (Gloss, Matte, Luster, and Metallic)
– 48×72 (Gloss, Matte, Luster, and Metallic)

We hope you enjoy them.

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New Action Poster backgrounds added

We have added some new Custom Action Poster templates to the site. Simply select one from your cart to preview all the designs available. Hope you like them 🙂


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Come Join a Webinar!

Photostockplus.com is pleased to assist you with specialized live training online. Our webinars are design to help you get started quicker than ever and get all your questions answered in a group environment. You can listen quietly or participate with questions that are instant messaged to the presenter. Sign up for a webinar today to speed up your learning and learn how to take full advantage of all our services and features.

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New Gold template added

We have added an underwater template and a Pink Flower template. Hope you like the new designs. 🙂

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Using Fill Flash to Illuminate Dark Foreground Subjects

Fill flash is a fabulous technique to add more life to dull images and it helps you brighten an otherwise dark subject. The fill flash is literally that; the photographer uses a flash to fill or to add more light to a shadowed subject. In order to maximize its effect, you have to know exactly when to use a fill flash. It does not mean that you always have to leave your flash setting on at every shooting occasion.

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Shedding Light on the Megapixel Myth

Most camera manufacturers and camera stores blatantly imply that the higher the megapixel of a camera, the better its image quality. This is simply untrue. They do nothing to dispel the misconception, however, so that uninformed consumers will want to keep 'upgrading' their perfectly good camera for another with higher megapixels with the impression that more megapixels equal better pictures.

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How to Have a Picture Perfect Background

A stunning image does not mean making sure that only your subject looks great but also ensuring that your background is contributing to your shot. Many a shot has been ruined because of distracting backgrounds.

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