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interview with pam korman

Hello, May!  How lovely of you to sneak up on us like that!  Here on the Clickin Moms blog, we are going to start the month right by introducing you to a brand new CMpro of the Month, Pam Korman.  Pam is an incredible photographer and we are so excited to have her here on the CMblog to learn a little more about her!
may cmpro of the month | pam korman
by Melissa Gibson

Hello Pam! Can you start us off by(…)

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the difference between RAW and jpeg tutorial by Megan Squires

the RAW deal

by Megan Squires

RAW vs jpeg. If this is something you’ve pondered recently, chances are you are currently shooting in jpeg. And if you are shooting in jpeg, chances are you feel like you should be shooting in RAW. Just like that diet you committed to as your New Year’s resolution, you know you should do it, you know you’ll feel and look better if you do, and you know the end result will be something you’re so proud of.

But does(…)

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interview with celeste jones

For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, Spring is here (whether it feels like it or not) and there’s a sense of newness around.  Not only is it time for new flowers, new grass, and fresh new leaves on the tree, but it’s also time for a new CMpro of the Month, Celeste Jones!  Celeste is a long time member of Clickin Moms and a brilliantly talented photographer.  Her work is full of honesty and emotion and we are(…)

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interview with jennifer dell

February is here and that means it’s time for another CMpro of the Month.  This month, we are thrilled to have Texas photographer Jennifer Dell as the CMpro of the Month!  Jennifer is a wildly talented, natural light children’s photographer.  We love that we got to see inside her head a bit with this interview and, of course, to see all her gorgeous work here!
february cmpro of the month | jennifer dell
by Melissa Koehler

You’ve always had an interest in art(…)

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out of focus photography

by Justine Knight

We spend so long striving for shots that have tack sharp focus – it is one of the cornerstones in our quest for a perfect photograph. But whenever I am in a creative rut, I switch my camera to manual focus and play with taking shots out of focus! Does it always give me beautiful, creative shots? Most of the time no, but it is has been a great technique in helping train my eye to see in(…)

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interview with kate t parker

Happy New Year friends!  We hope you all had a safe and happy holiday season and that 2013 kicks off with a great start!  We are kicking off the New Year with our very first CMpro of the Month for the year, the fabulous Kate T Parker!  Kate is a brilliant natural light photographer with a knack for creating beautiful and dramatic art.  We are thrilled to have an interview with Kate be the first thing on our photography blog(…)

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it’s finally here! | Click magazine is on its way

 by Cameron Bishopp Davis | Click Editor in Chief
*cover image by Emma Wood
One of the big moments for me in the planning of Click came in the form of a girl crush.

It was an unseasonably hot (even for Atlanta) afternoon in June, and we were grateful to be indoors for a website planning meeting. The designer sitting across the table from me was talking about the photographer who’d been capturing images of her two sons since infancy. “I have such(…)

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a day in the life | jody mckitrick

A Day In The Life with Jody McKitrick
Mornings in our home start off relaxed and sleepy, but usually end with me frantically (and usually screaming like a mad woman) trying to get the kids out the door.

I never knew pre-kids how much time I would be spending in my car shuffling kiddos back and forth. I feel sorry for my youngest because she’s in the car almost as much as me. This year we finally caught up with the times(…)

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Christmas Tree Lights | Tips For Getting Your Images to Sparkle

by Stacey Haslem
Have you ever wondered how to get the lights on your tree to ‘sparkle’? The trick is all in your aperture setting! Below I took a picture of my Christmas tree using several different apertures. I included 100 percent crops so you can see the transformation of the lights.

f/2.8  1/15 second  ISO 1600

f/4  1/8 second   ISO 1600

f/5.6   1/4 second  ISO 1600

f/8   1/2 second  ISO 1600

f/11  1 second   ISO 1600

f/16  2 seconds   ISO 1600

f/22   4(…)

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