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The Benefits of using Lightroom Presets

Have you ever wondered why people use Lightroom Presets? There are huge benefits and bonuses to using the “Preset” function in the “develop” tab of Lightroom.

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Two of our reasons for using them are:-

  • They save time, so we can spend more time taking photographs.
  • They make processing easier, quicker and much more effective.

Here are some of the benefits you will find when using our Lightroom Presets.

The Benefits for You

  • They work.
  • They save you time.
  • They are easy to use.
  • They are user friendly.
  • They make you love processing.
  • They make you WANT to process you photographs.
  • They are easy to use for a beginner, amateur or pro.

The Benefits for Your Photographs

  • They make processing simplefast and effective. 
  • They make your photographs look beautiful.
  • They “complete” your idea.
  • They flatter your photographs.
  • They work for all different types of seasons.
  • They get the best out of your photographs.
  • They take your photographs from great, to professional.

See what other photographers have to say about our Lightroom Presets on our review page: direct.thebellsisters.com/more/customer-reviews

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Which Lightroom Presets are right for you?

It can be tricky trying to decide which ones to go for, particularly if there is a large range to chose from…

So we suggest you start with The Starter Pack http://direct.thebellsisters.com/the-starter-pack

With this remarkable pack you can have the Luxury of having 1 of our BEST Lightroom Presets, Whipped Cream. In addition you also get 3 eBooks full of excellent techniques which we use day-to-day, that are easy to understand, and will change how you photograph TODAY.

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My Top 3 Lenses for Portrait Photography

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We often get asked what lenses we use for our portraits and why. It’s a good question and a lot of you said you wanted to know. So here is it!

* It’s important to state that we use full frame DSLR’s – so these recommendations are based on that.

My Top 3 Lenses for Portrait Photography are:

– Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L USM Lens

I love using this lens for portraits, the focal length is perfect, it’s not too close or far away. The 85mm f/1.8 is also great but I find myself always using the f/1.2 because it lets so much more light in and the wide aperture allows me to get a lot more light in my photographs without having to use lots of ISO which is great. Plus it’s deliciously smooth!

– Canon EF 135mm f/2.0 L 

This lens is really good for portrait photography, the quality is amazing. I love being able to take a close up portrait with it. It’s not at all heavy – in fact it’s lighter than the above lens – and it’s surprisingly cheap considering the quality of the lens and the photographs that it produces.

– Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L USM 

My 3rd top lens for portrait photography is the 100mm. Not only does it create beautiful portraits, it’s a great lens to have whenever you want to photography other subjects really close up. This lens will capture details with exceptional focus.

Here are 3 different portraits each taken with one of the above lenses.

Portrait using the Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L USM Lens

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Portrait using the Canon EF 135mm f/2.0L USM Lens

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Portrait using the Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 USM Lens

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In the The Bell Sisters’ DSLR Blueprint eBook  we share with you the COMPLETE Blueprint on our photography and teach you how to use your DSLR affectively. If you are serious about being a good photographer this eBook is an essential item.

There isn’t really any reason as to why you shouldn’t buy it unless you are content to be an OK photographer…

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With this eBook in your hands, you will have the ultimate power — your DSLR at your fingertips, able to capture what you want, what you see, how you see it, when you want, without painfully struggling because you haven’t got the right piece of information.

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7 Unique Ways to Photograph Blossom

Spring is officially six days away for us here in the UK, but it appears to have arrived early!10716078735_63132f295c_c-1

Daffodils are popping up all over the place, and the blossom is out and looking phenomenal.

If you haven’t seen the first signs of spring yet, then keep a close eye on trees – it’s surprising how quickly spring pops up.

It’s also amazing how one area can have blossom on its trees, and another one – only a few miles away – has no sign of spring yet.

So don’t fall into the trap of thinking it hasn’t arrived, only to look again and find it’s already over…!

7 Unique Ways to Photograph Blossom

Now for the important stuff – how to photograph blossom when it’s out! There are a surprising amount of ways to capture it, so lets go through the different ways of photographing blossom to capture it beautifully.

Tip 1: Use Dark Backgrounds

Sometimes blossom can be found near shrubs, or cascading over fencing – so if you see something like this, instead of getting close, or taking the blossom from the side, focus into the dark area. It’s amazing how the contrast can really make a beautiful blossom photograph.

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Tip 2: Get Close Up

Take a close up of some blossom — it’s important to not get TOO close so as to lose detail though. This photograph below is a good balance, close, but not too close.

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Tip 3: Befriend Blue Skies

Blue skies as a backdrop can really make you feel like spring is here and it’s refreshing if – like us in the UK – you’ve been far too used to grey skies!

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Tip 4: Golden Hour – Golden Shot

Blossom with sunlight behind it, can be exceptionally beautiful – just watch out for your exposure because it can change very quickly and become easily under, or over-exposed before you realise what’s happened.

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Tip 5: Take a Step Back

Get a broader view of the blossom – while also making sure to focus in on some of the beautiful intertwining branches. These are surprisingly more difficult than they seem, but worth the effort!

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Tip 6: Zone In

Similar to a close up, but more like focusing in on someone in a crowd — here the blossom is blurred in the foreground, and the background, while focusing in on one part of the blossom. It creates a feeling of vastness, which is great.

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Tip 7: Blossom Portrait

And just when you think there isn’t anything else you can do… take a blossom portrait! There are so many ways to do these – so get creative and use the blossom in the foreground and background as much as possible.

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3 Life Altering Reasons to Start a 365 Photography Project now.

1. It’s The FASTEST Way To Improve

When we look at the beginning of our 365 project(s) it’s unbelievable how much this project transformed our photography at an extremely  fast pace. When you take photographs everyday it improves your photography skills like nothing else…

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2. Endless Inspiration

It’s so easy to feel uninspired,  it happens to all of us…

The great thing about a 365 Project is it gives you endless ideas and inspiration, of course there are days when you might feel completely stuck, but that’s why we wrote “HOW TO: 365 Photography Project eBook” – it’s there to help you conquer everything.

But the main thing about a 365 Project is that it helps you like you won’t believe. You’ll “understand” what we’re saying, but once you see it for yourself, once you experience it, you’ll know what we’re talking about…!

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3. It Will Build Up Your Portfolio

If you want to QUICKLY build up your portfolio, this project is the best way to do it.

When you complete the project not only will you get 365 photographs,  it is more like 500+ photographs because there will be days when you will most likely take outtakes from each or every other day.

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Start Your Own Project! Just jump in…

So, if you’re like me, and you want to build up your photography portfolio, challenge yourself, and give yourself an opportunity to  try new things, then I cannot recommend a photography project more.

Whether you want to take on the big challenge of a 365 Days Project, or so365bookcover-border-2mething a little less time-consuming, such as a 260 Days Project, or 52 Days Project… it’s all possible!

If you’re looking for help, and advice on how to go about doing one of these projects, and all the many things you should, and should not do, how to get through a long and lengthy project, while still staying inspired, plus all the many important tips and things we’ve learnt over the course of many 365 projects, then I highly recommend you grab your copy of “How To: 365 Photography Project” eBook.

This will really help you to avoid those sticky situations when you have no clue what to do, or what the best composition is, or what to photograph, or how to photograph something. It’s a complete guide to photography, and a challenging project.

I’ll let the page do the talking; find out what’s inside the eBook, and how it can help you, even if you don’t want to do a big project like we have – it’s a total guide to your DSLR, how to use it to the best of anyone’s ability, and how to dramatically become a stunning photography, in any field of photography.

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1 Great Way To Spice Up Your Food Photography

Do you ever get stuck with your food photography? Do you ever wonder how you can spice things up?

Well, what we are about to share with you is going to make all the difference to your food shots!

In our Food Photography Inspiration eBook we go into great depth showing you  how to EASILY compose your food photographs, and reduce 50% of your composition time. With simple and easy to understand tips, you can immediately start creating gorgeous food shots.

If you want to take your food photograph to the next level this eBook  is for you.

Now onto the serious #1 tip…

The #1 GREAT Tip for Food Photography

When you photograph the same subject frequently, it’s easy to run out of ideas, what we do to make each food photograph look unique, is we use different surfaces. Here are some example for you:

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When you photograph light coloured food, set it off by using a wood surface.
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You can use napkins like we did for this photograph.
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Wrapping paper is also great to make food photographs look different.

Other Surfaces you can use…

There are always lots of surfaces you can use, many of which are already in your house! The catch is looking for them, and making them work…!

So start looking, and taking some test shots so you can see what works and what doesn’t work.

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3 Do Nots When Uploading Photography Online

One of the things that really helped me when I first started photography was to know certain “do nots” when uploading my photographs.

This not only helped me to improve quickly, it also meant that when I looked back at older photographs, I didn’t go “ughhh!” when I looked at them later on, down the line etc…

So in this blog post I’m going to share with you some really important tips when it comes to uploading your photography online.

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1. Do Not Upload Unfinished Photographs

There are certain aspects you need to pay attention to with each photograph before you upload it – kind of like a check list…

You need to tick each box so that you can build up a following on photo sharing websites and create a hight quality collection of photographs from each photoshoot.

So what you need to do is:-

(1 check the photograph is completely straight, if it’s not then correct it in Lightroom or whatever program you use to straighten photographs.

(2 check to see if it’s 100% in focus, don’t upload a blurry photograph – no matter how good the light may be or how special the moment is, if it’s blurry put in the bin!

(3 check it’s not over or underexposed.

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2. Do Not Upload Similar Photographs

Don’t dilute your photography by uploading photographs that are so similar that other people can’t tell the difference between the photographs…  that doesn’t mean to say you can’t upload multiple photographs from each photoshoot, you just need to make sure they have a different composition, or a different perspective etc, something which gives them a reason to also be uploaded.

Here are two photographs that would be too similar to upload:

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Too Similar to Upload…

When you look at these two photograph for long enough you will notice some very slight changes, but over all both are too similar to upload.

Now I’m going to show you an example of two photographs that were taken in the same photoshoot and are different enough to upload online.

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Different Enough to Upload

Are you starting to get the idea?

Often people will upload 5/15 photographs that look the same, this doesn’t work because it takes away the impact of the one photograph. You don’t want your photographs to blend together, you want them to stand out and really “WOW” people.

3. Do Not Weaken Your Portfolio

Lets say you are a landscape photographer or a portrait photographer, don’t make the mistake of uploading something very random, like a blurry photograph of you at a halloween party… I’m obviously you giving you an extreme example here…! But my point is don’t confuse your followers with totally random photographs.

It might seem like a small tip, but I see this happen a lot and fixing these mistakes only get you closer to becoming a successful photographer! Mostly if I follow someone because they take gorgeous portraits, if they then upload tons of holiday snaps, I’m going to unfollow them… so beware of this.

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Flying Free

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3 Things You Should Never Do With Your Photography

 

1. Never Forget to Import Photographs

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If you don’t always import your photographs to your computer, it’s probably because you’re either not satisfied with them, you might be upset because they haven’t turned out how you planned, or you simply just forgot to import them.

Whatever the reason is, it’s something you should never not do, because you won’t always know if you have some “good” photographs on your camera, until you look at them on your computer close-up.

But even if you’re right, and you haven’t got anything that is worth saving, it’s important to look at them to figure out what didn’t look right, so you can improve next time.

In our HOW TO: 365 Photography Project eBook one of the many things we teach you is our Fast and EFFECTIVE Workflow Techniques, which will help you quickly filter through your photographs so importing and processing them doesn’t take up too much time.

2. Never Compare Yourself To Other Photographers

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It can be very easy to compare yourself to other photographers and feel like your photography isn’t good enough – especially if you’re new to photography.

Never, ever do this because it won’t help you become a better photographer, in fact it will only make you feel deflated. Instead of comparing yourself and your work to others, get inspired by them!

Look at the photographs that you love and work out how you can implement those qualities and turn them into your own style… for example, if you love a photographers composition techniques, learn from them.

See what’s good about their composition and then you’ll be able to learn and improve further. Your photography will never end up looking the same, but sometimes looking at other photographers work can inspire you to find your own unique style.

This way you’re turning a negative feeling into a positive one, by learning from them instead of just comparing your work to others in a negative way.

3. Never Take Long Breaks

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Another thing to avoid is taking long breaks with your photography. It’s important to keep it ticking along in order to continue learning and stay inspired, the longer you leave your camera in a cupboard untouched, the harder it will be to pick it up.

Some people don’t pick up their camera because they’re waiting for the perfect weather conditions… but you don’t need always need sun, or golden hour light to take beautiful photographs.

The second reason some people wait too long is because they’re waiting for inspiration. Do not wait for inspiration. Inspiration finds you working – the best way to get inspired is to start taking photographs, or create a list of ideas. I know from experience that this makes a huge, huge difference!

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7 Ways to Take Better Horse Photographs

Have you ever found it tricky photographing horses? They always look so beautiful to the eye, yet they can look quite odd in photographs if they’re not photographed correctly.

The question is… How do you make them look good in photographs? How should you frame them, what is too close and What is too far away?

In this blog post we are going to show you 7 ways to take better horses photographs, so lets begin!

1. Get the Horse to Look Interested

If you have taken photographs of horses before, you will know that having their ears forward is essential, they need to look interested. They don’t necessarily need to be looking at you, they can be looking just to the left or right of you.

The way to get their ears forward is to shake something in the air that rattles, then be quick to photograph them as the moment doesn’t always last for very long!

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2. Get Perfect Focus

Getting the perfect focus can be easy when the horse(s) are standing still but when they are trotting or even cantering, it can be a bit challenging.

If you look at the photograph below of the horses moving, you’ll see the focus is great. In order to get perfect focus for moving horses, we use a fast shutter speed.

The faster the shutter speed, the less chance of any blurriness. And the faster the horses are moving, the faster the shutter speed will need to be.

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3. Equine Portraits

One of the great ways to photograph horses is close up, the key to doing it right is to photograph the horse on the angle.

Take a look at the photograph below – the angle is really good because it’s not too “head on”, the framing isn’t too close either.

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4. Include Horses In Portraits

Make your horse photographs more exciting by photographing them with a model. It can take a bit of practice to get both the model and the horse to look good at the same time – so to begin with just try it with one horse, and then after some practice you can try two or more.

The goal is to have the horse(s) facing the model. You can try using a carrot or some treats if necessary, to keep them interested.

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6. Get Close Up

A great way to photograph horses is to take some close-ups of their ears, eyes or their muzzle.

A great time to take a close up of a horses muzzle is on a cold winters morning in order to catch their breath, or in the afternoon when their whiskers catch the sunlight.

7. Herd of Horses

Photographing a herd of horses really works too – by photographing more than one horse it adds more depth to the photograph and creates a different feeling. Go out and see if you can catch moments of them together, when they’re playing, sniffing each other or even just grazing together.

Sometimes photographing a herd can be quite easy too – as they’ll often set up the photograph for you! For example I was out with my camera taking photographs and suddenly the horses all lined up like this…

Herd of Horses

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Top 3 Lightroom Presets for Horse Photography

When we are not busy taking photographs, writing ebooks, making lightroom presets etc.. we spend time training and bringing on our horses to a very high level.  

Although we don’t often sell horses, we recently sold two of ours, and then went and found two beautiful youngsters, they are both palomino (gold creamy colour) and are very photogenic! 

After a long drive there and back, they finally arrived here on Friday!

Their name are Ace of Heart (1yrs old) and Ace of Diamonds (2yrs old) 

I only have two weeks left of my 2nd 365 project and I am excited to have them both in this project!

Here is the photograph I chose of them for one of my 365 days:

 

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Ace of Hearts (front) Ace of Diamonds (behind)

I took this photograph just after 6PM, I knew the light would be soft and would create lovely bokeh through the trees (see top corner on the right).

A few people asked how I got the “pretty rainbow flare”, the answer is I got it by I shooting into the sun (but not directly otherwise the photograph would be too hazy) using the 85 1.2 lens. the rainbow has never appeared for me with an aperture narrower than 1.2

If you haven’t got a 1.2 lens, don’t worry! You can still get gorgeous flares with a 2.0/2.8 apeture which we show how to get in our Photography Tips eBook: http://direct.thebellsisters.com/photography-tips-ebook-new-2179

 

Here is a self-portrait I took with Ace of Diamonds, notice the diamond shape star on his face, isn’t he beautiful?

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I got some lovely feedback on this photograph – saying they loved the colours etc, so I thought I would show you the before and after:-

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Processed with Whipped Cream Lightroom Preset:- http://direct.thebellsisters.com/whipped-cream-lightroom-preset-1707

I used this preset because it enhanced the colours so the photograph looks more ailve and exciting.

For more before and afters and examples of Whipped Cream Lightroom Preset, click the link below:-

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Here are the rest of the photographs from this day…

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Camera Kit:-

 

Canon EOS 5D Mark II

Canon EF 85mm f1.2 L II USM Lens

I hope you enjoyed this post! I processed all these photographs with our Best Selling Whipped Cream Lightroom Preset:

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Top 3 Lightroom Presets for Horse Photography:

 

1. Whipped Cream Lightroom Preset

2. Winter Lightroom Preset

3. General Adjustments Lightroom Preset Pack

 

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Lightroom Preset for Event Photography

With event photographs, there are often hundreds of photographs to process, so it’s improant to have lightroom presets to speed the process up.

But most importantly, to have a Lightroom Preset that works on all the different types of photographs taken at events, which involve different subjects, settings, places and lighting etc.

We recently processed 150+ event photographs in under 30 minutes.

They were all processed using the Brand NEW Natural Colours Lightroom Preset:

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The Event Photographs

Here are a handful of photographs from the event I photographed…

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Camera Kit:

 

Camera: EOS Canon 5D MarkII

Lenses: Canon EF 85mm f/1.2 and Canon 50mm f/1.8

 

The Processing

 

If you take Event photography or just want to process a small collection of photographs, Natural Colours Lightroom Preset works on a HUGE range of photographs.

Take a look at the before and after images to see what this Lightroom Preset can do.

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Do You Have any Questions?

 

I hope you enjoyed this post if you have any questions about our Lightroom Presets you can just send us an email at contact@direct.thebellsisters.com

– Olivia Bell

 

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