Author Archives: Kent DuFault

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About Kent DuFault

is a professional photographer and author. You can connect with him on LinkedIn here.

The Most Important Steps In Digital Photography

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This is a fact that you may, or may not, be aware of- At this point in time, a digital photograph “REQUIRES” a number of Fundamental Editing Steps to become the gorgeous photograph that you intended it to be. The Fundamental Editing List, discussed in this article, includes the most important steps in digital photography. […]

Why Rhythm Makes This Photo Rock!

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Photograph by Kent DuFault The Photograph (Above), Titled “Honey Champs”, Has Been Highly Regarded Wherever I’ve Shared It Online or in Photography Competitions. I believe that the reason for this is the use of rhythm in the composition. You might say to yourself, “Yeah! Self! There is obviously repetition here, and that’s what everyone likes…” […]

How to Get Great Portraits With Minimal Equipment

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What does it really take to create a great portrait? Do you need multiple lights, a dozen reflectors, several backgrounds, six soft boxes, three umbrellas, a makeup artist, a costume designer, and a wind machine? No. Well… maybe if you’re shooting Angelina Jolie for Elle Magazine. But the truth is- YOU- can create compelling portraiture […]

What Can Billiards Teach You About Light & Photography?

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Light is malleable. Have you ever thought about that- that you could work light like a ball of clay? It’s true. Light has 5 distinct characteristics that should be of interest to any photographer, and one undeniable truth that every photographer should know and understand. However, many don’t. Hopefully, by the time you’re done reading […]

Why The Color RED Made Me a Better Photographer

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I want some attention! I want people to notice my photography. I want my skills to be recognized. It’s true isn’t it? We all crave attention. You want your photographs to get noticed. I get it. So do I. Photography is a challenging medium. No one will ever really master it completely. Like all art; […]