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When designing a t-shirt for a small organization, it becomes important to build your design in a manner that gives the organization a personal touch. I have done many t-shirt designs, most of them for the mass public. This one was special in the fact that only thirty t-shirts were being made.
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The quality of your photography can depend on how you adapt to your environment, especially when you can't control that environment - like in the great outdoors.
Designing a logo is challenging enough, but designing a logo that includes another logo can be an entirely different process. Here is the process one designer used to take on such a challenge.
This article provides a brief tutorial on how to take better people pictures. The topics covered include getting to know your camera, understanding your subject, a bit of posing, and fill flash.
Photographing children, as in most people, has a lot less to do with my equipment, lighting and props, than with my rapport with my subjects and the environment I provide or seek out for them. The environment has just as much to do with the subject’s comfort and demeanor as it’s actual presence in the shot.