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How to Watch Tuesday’s Photo Critique Webinar for Free!

Every month, as PRO members learn photography one step at a time working through the Roadmap and fulfilling their shooting assignments, they have the opportunity to submit their photos to be critiqued during the monthly Photo Critique webinars. Outsiders can listen in...

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What Is Correct Exposure?

What do you say? Is the first shot or the second shot correctly exposed? After looking at the first shot, the second one looks too bright. But what if I had shown you the brighter shot first? Now the second one looks too dark! So who determines what “correct” looks...

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How To Photograph Tack Sharp Reflections

Reflections are awesome! And they’re awesome-er if they are truly sharp. Notice how in this photo the reflection isn’t quite perfectly, tack sharp? This is what a PRO member was talking about when they asked this question recently on the Q&A Forum: Do you have...

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Hi! I’m James Staddon, a creation photographer and graphic designer based out of Salem, West Virginia. I have enjoyed running Lenspiration since 2009 and traveling with my camera across the United States and abroad since 2006. At a young age, the beauty of my Uncle’s photography inspired me with the realization that I, too, could create beautiful pictures which has carried me on into a career as a professional photographer and educator. Though I love to plant and nurture the idea that anyone can create beautiful imagery if they commit to it wholeheartedly, my ultimate passion in life is to see photographers make wise and God-honoring decisions in life, vocation, and relationships.

James Staddon

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