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About Tiffany Mueller

Tiffany Mueller is a professional underwater and fine art photographer. She has been published in multiple publications including magazines, art journals, and various photography books. You can visit her website at www.TiffanyMueller.com.

The Secrets to Real Estate Photography That Works

The Home You've Always Dreamed Of -- Getting Real Estate Photography Right

Real estate photography can be a lucrative calling to someone who is looking to earn a few extra bucks on the side with their photography, or establish a full-time photography business of their own. While it is possible to earn an income with quality real estate photography, there’s a lot of competition out there. In […]

These 4 Easy DIY Photography Hacks Actually Work

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Let’s face it, photography is an equipment intensive hobby. For photographers just getting started in the craft, it can be difficult to justify dropping some cash on gear you’re not sure you will even end up using. In other instances, you may find yourself in need of a certain piece of gear, like a tripod, […]

Review: Rhino EVO Slider And Motion Control

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Needless to say, I was pretty pumped to hear Rhino was releasing a motorized slider system and asked us over at Lightstalking to test it out and share our honest opinions about our experience with it. I wasn’t sure what to all expect in the beta model they agreed to send over, as their Kickstarter shows […]

What Makes A Photo Interesting?

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Over 200,000 photos are uploaded every minute on Facebook alone. That’s over 9 billion new photos a month. With those kinds of numbers, a photo has to be really interesting for it to really stand out and grab people’s attention. The National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) wanted to know what exactly it is that makes a photo interesting. They wondered: Are people more naturally drawn to images taken by professionals rather than those snapped by amateurs? Was it the quality of the images that drew people in? What about subject matter, do people find images of people more interesting than landscapes?