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Fireworks, Imposter Syndrome and Stories: Our Top Ten Blog Posts from June 29 to July 2 - PPA Today

Fireworks, Imposter Syndrome and Stories: Our Top Ten Blog Posts from June 29 to July 2

By Megan Mitchell
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Surprise! Our weekly roundup of our favorite blog posts is a day early! Sending best wishes for a happy and safe independence day weekend celebration!

TELL YOUR STORY: As a professional photographer trying to set yourself apart, you need to connect with your clients. That's why you need stories on your website and as a photographer, you have many places to add them - tell your story and tell the stories of the photographs you take. 

TOUCH UP: Wondering how you can enhance your firework images? Here's one way from the folks at Killer Lightroom Tips!

HONOR CODE: You want to be respectful when photographing the American flag in portraiture, so read up on the U.S. Flag Code - the LawTog makes it easy to understand!

STATE OF THE UNION: Have you heard? The White House has lifted its ban on photography during tours! National Geographic sent a team of photographers on one of the first photo-friendly tours. Check it out!

HEALTH: Here are some stretches you should do during your long editing sessions at the computer - your body is an important asset to your business, so take care of it!

INSPIRATION: 4 years! Talk about never giving up! Feeling a little frustrated with a project of your own? Or do you really like light painting? Either way, it's worth a read!

CONFIDENCE: A lot of creatives fall victim to imposter syndrome, feeling like they're faking their way through the professional world. If you've ever felt this way, this is a must read!

CREATIVE JUICE: Feeling a little stuck? In a rut? Blocked up? Here are some ways to get the creative juices flowing!

TIPS: Want to take your images to the next level? Make sure they tell a story! (Then tell that story on your website! See #1.)

DIY: Add colorful lighting to portraits using something you could find in your kitchen. Explore your house in a whole new light with this great read from FStoppers. 

There you have it - our favorite posts of the week! What photography blogs or podcasts do you follow? Post your favorites on theLoop or email them to us at OnlineContentCommittee (at) PPA (dot) com.

Megan Mitchell is an intern at PPA. Though she attends college in New York, she is originally from Georgia - most everyone she meets up north is shocked and disappointed by her lack of a southern accent. She finds great joy and comfort in copy editing and reading. She loves nothing more than words, but her family and friends take a close second.

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