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This Week at IPS // Lighting

DP 1 students were learning about lighting this week. Here are some of our favorites!

Photo by Katie Rozeboom

Photo by Wendy Chen

Photo by Zanna Blankenbeckler

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Thursday // IPS Alumni Feature

Here we are again. Featuring some awesome alumni! Look at their photo blogs and be inspired!

Eric Vest

Eric Vest Photography

 Eric is an awesome photographer and is really rocking it in Minnesota! Check out his work!

 

 

 

Sarah Danaher

Ampersand Photography

Sarah is another IPS alum that we love! Well, we love all of our IPS students. :) Can you tell?

 

 

 

 

 

Britton Felber

Photography by Britton

Britton and his wife, Erika, are a super fun photography, loving couple. They travel the world and shoot weddings. Fun right?

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SHARPEN // 9 Tips for Better Photos

SHARPEN // 9 Tips for Better Photos

This session is for anyone who wants to take better photos no matter what camera they have or what style of photography they are into. IPS Guru Rowan Gillson shares 3 lighting tips, 3 composition tips, and 3 people photography tips that will revolutionize your photography – even if it’s just with your cell phone.

This video was originally presented as a webcast on July 23, 2013.

Like this video? You can learn more about photography through IPS’s online classes, live workshops, or frequent online SHARPEN events. Visit http://ipsphoto.co for more information.

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This Week at IPS // Framing and Motion

Our DP 1 students are rocking this class! Here are some of our favorite images from this week at IPS.

 

Photo by Hanna Pampaloni

Photo by Daniel Bourne

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Feature Friday // Giles Duley: Half man, Half camera

Wow! I just finished watching this awesome  TedTalk by Giles Duley. In light of our new photojournalism class starting I think this presentation speaks loud and clear about an awesome service you can provide as a photographer. It’s so true that the more you make your life about other people and serving them, the more God is able to use you for His glory, because it’s ultimately about Him! 

Our DPJ class has been doing assignments called “Meet a Stranger”. Each week they have as a photo assignment to go out and meet a new person, photograph them and get their story. Sounds scary and cool all at the same time right? Check out their blog posts about meeting strangers in their town.

Clay Blankenbeckler, John Malloy, Marissa Stockton, Christi Davis

Want to know how to tell someone’s story? Take our online Digital Photojournalism class. It’ll push you in ways you never imagined.

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