I am looking for some great/different locations that I can shoot indoors in the winter. I prefer something in the suburbs maybe near Doylestown but I am open to any suggestions!
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One of our members is looking for recommendations on videographers with strong, striking bodies of work that have a more modern, buttoned-up style. Think hip and classy versus dated and expected.
The million dollar question – WHERE SHOULD I SHOOT? I know we’ve chatted about this topic before, but here’s a specific call for help from a fellow Betty…
I have a family portrait session coming up in a few weeks in Phoenixville and wondered if any of you had suggestions for a free indoor location in that area that would be friendly for an infant (6 months) with great light and multiple options. If there are any suggestions outside of Phoenixville, I think the family may be willing to travel so don’t hold back!
Thanks in advance!
There are SO MANY workshops out there – some looking more tempting than others. Everyday I get info about a new workshop – I’m just wondering if there are workshops that people have found helpful and if they are something that I should be investing in. Can anyone share some stories about their favorite or most beneficial workshops they have attended in the past and/or ones they aim to attend annually?
An interesting debate arose yesterday on Facebook after I voiced my frustrations with Lightroom; though Adobe in all its glory is a righteous brand, and there is truly nothing better than Photoshop, I struggle with the shortcomings of working in Lightroom with weddings and other jobs that require editing of thousands of images at a time. A friend brought up Aperture, an Apple product that looks to be gaining on Lightroom with its 3.0 version, but I am unfamiliar with the product and am therefore skeptical. I went from Adobe Bridge and “upgraded” to Lightroom 2.7 and found that there were many advantages to the switch, but overall I am still struggling with (above all) image loading and time delay, difficulty switching from catalog to catalog and general irritation with the precision of the adjustment sliders. A laundry list of other minor irritations ensue, but I’m wondering if there really is a better product that can process these batches more efficiently. Here are a few articles I found comparing Lightroom to Aperture – but I would love to hear from the Betties on your post-production software of choice and the pros and cons you’ve found in your travels: