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Color Forecasting: How Are Color Trends Created?

How are these color trends created, who creates them, and are they simply a spontaneous fad? Let’s take a look. With color forecasting influential in generating billions for the retail sector each year, color trends are no flash in the pan. In fact, color forecasting is a specialist industry, with experts from a range of […]

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Making the Most of Your Tiny Home Photo Studio

Even a very small studio can be the setting for some great images. Especially if you dare to push some boundaries and do the fun, the weird, and the unusually interesting. Building a photography business requires hustle. It also requires exploring outside your comfort zone in order to deal with the common constraints. Like small […]

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Photo-Worthy Images of Mature Female Friendships

What characterizes today’s over-forty, female friendships? Here’s a checklist to make sure you’re not putting us out to pasture in our prime. When did drinking tea become the international symbol for women over forty? To judge by photos of “mature female friendships” (a surprisingly popular search term), you’d think that once women hit a certain […]

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Set Your Photo-Ready Easter Table with a Spring Splash

Create an enticing, photo-ready Easter table with colorful Spring themes, including fresh flowers, nested eggs, and delectable desserts. Easter coincides with spring, so most of its symbols are refreshing and fun. Décor for your holiday table can include lovely things like bunches of spring flowers, fresh grass, fluffy toy chicks, rabbits, and candy (which has […]

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Finding the Female Gaze in Photography and Media

From blockbuster films to personal photography projects, discover how the female gaze gives power back to women in the arts. As the twenty-first century has progressed, women have taken an increasingly larger hold over owning their own narrative. From filmmaking to politics to music and the like, women—who have historically been considered lesser—have progressively taken […]