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It's Friday, which means it's time for an update on some of the great photography content we've found around the web! We hope these blog posts will help inspire you and help you sharpen your photography techniques and business practices. 

Here are ten posts from the week of December 15, 2013:

Photographer Has Blower Confiscated by TSA Because it 'Could Fly Like a Missile'
Here's a post from PetaPixel that will make you laugh, but it's also worth paying attention to for flying with your gear. Check it out.

How Photography Gels Are Made
This video from DIY Photography gives a behind the scenes look at how photographic gels are created. It's an interesting new perspective on a piece of photography equipment you may use regularly. Watch the video.

Secrets to Crafting Top-Quality Beauty Portraits: Studio Lighting 
A great post for the portrait photographers out there! Fstoppers provides lighting advice for creating great portraits. Read the advice.

Tips to Protect your Gear in Harsh Weather Conditions 
If you shoot outdoors during the winter, this post is for you. Digital Photography School provides tips for keeping your equipment in good working condition in harsh elements. Check out the tips.

How to Email Photographs in Lightroom
Here's some good advice for Lightroom users to help improve your workflow. Photography Life shows you how you can email images from within Lightroom, instead of exporting them first. Read the post.

Without Reservation: A Recommended Gear List 
If you're new to the photography business, you may want to check out this list from Strobist. From Cameras to Lighting Systems, Strobist shares their recommendations for professional photography gear. Read the list.

Shooting From a Moving Car -- A First Look 
This post from PhotoFocus looks at a type of photography you may never have considered: hyperlapse, the shooting of a timelapse from a moving vehicle. Photographer Richard Harrington shares how he built a unique hands-free system for capturing this type of photography. Check it out.

7 Things Yousuf Karsh Can Teach You About Photography 
Photography Concentrate spoke to famed portrait artist Yousuf Karsh about his 67 year long career and what he's learned. The lessons he shares can inspire those stuck in a rut. Read the interview.

2013 Year In Pictures 
This post from the Boston Globe's photography blog will be fascinating to photojournalists and those looking for inspiration alike. They share some of the top news images of the year. Check out Part 1 and Part 2.

Infographic: A Timeline Of The 100 Most Important Cameras Ever Made
Fast Company's Timeline of the 100 Most Important Cameras Ever Made is an awesome look at photography history that all photographers should find interesting. Do you agree with their choices? Check out the timeline. 

There you have it! Happy reading and we hope that you find some inspiration. Don't forget that members can access PPA's social network theLoop to share photography ideas as well.

It's Friday, which means it's time for an update on some of the great photography content we've found around the web! We hope these blog posts will help inspire you and help you sharpen your photography techniques and business practices. 

Here are ten posts from the week of December 2, 2013:

An Intro to Adventure Sports Photography: 10 Photographers You Need to Check Out
Peta Pixel features several sports photographers making a name for themselves in this post. There's some great imagery from these photographers that may help inspire you sports photographers out there! Read the post.

How to Wirelessly Tether Your Camera to Lightroom 
Looking to improve your workflow for large scale photo shoots? Check out this post from Imaging USA instructor Benjamin Von Wong on a good method for wirelessly tethering your camera to Lightroom for quick processing.

Determining If A Photo Should Be Left In Color Or Converted To Black And White
How do you know if an image has the most impact in black and white or in color? FStoppers shares advice for making this decision, culled from many photographers. Read these tips.

Tips for Overcoming Shyness as a Photographer 
Good communication is vital to creating the images your clients want and keeping them happy. But what do you do if you're shy and don't like directing people during a photo shoot? DIY Photography shares advice for overcoming shyness in this post.

Creative Uses for a Wide Angle Lens 
PhotoFocus turns to photographer Thomas Shue to share how he uses wide angle lenses. Find out ways to use wide angle lenses that you may never have considered for portraiture, landscape photography and more. Read the post.

Are You a Light Snob? 
Do you give up on an image when the lighting just can't be perfect? This post from Photography Concentrate by Lauren Lim is for you! Find out how to create great images in even so-called "bad lighting" situations. Read the advice. 

5 Tips for Successful HDR Photos
HDR has become popular among photographers and can be a valuable product for you. Read these tips from Digital Photography School on how to create great HDR photography. 

18 Minimalist Winter Pictures
Looking to do winter landscape photography? This post from Photography Blogger shows what you can do with even the bleakest of winter landscapes. Get inspired.

A Magic Tip from Peter Hurley to Improve Your Headshot Photography
This post is great for any photographer that does portraiture. Photographer Peter Hurley shares tips to create more creative headshots in this post on the Photo Argus. Check it out.

Jiha Moon and Kombo Chapfika Debate Fair Use
Creative Loafing examines an issue that affects photographer's copyrights - when appropriating and drastically changing another's copyrighted work is it considered fair use? This article tells the story of two artists in Atlanta and their stance on the issue. Read the article.

There you have it! Happy reading and we hope that you find some inspiration. Don't forget that members can access PPA's social network theLoop to share photography ideas as well. 
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