Tools for Planning a Photo Shoot

by | Jan 23, 2014 | Impressive Places, Tips & Tricks | 0 comments

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I remember this dramatic morning at Linville Falls, North Carolina, as vividly as if it was yesterday. I was scouting for the 2013 CAPTURE North Carolina workshop and had never been to this location before. However, I was pretty confident of where I wanted to go and when I wanted to get there by using a few scouting techniques. I was still at the very beginning of the scouting process, but I knew my chances were high for a good shot if the weather cooperated, which it did, thanks to the only One Who controls the weather. But how did I know? Paul Burgess, a good, Christian photographer friend of mine who also loves to write about photography, put together this great article on tips and tools for Photo Shoot Planning that will help you make the most of any given location. Enjoy!

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