Click. Click. Photography Tips (part 4)

By Brittni • Updated on 07/07/2021

photography tips: photographing people

I’ve been rounding up a bunch of photography posts for my students recently, so it’s been on my mind a lot lately.

Long story short, it reminded me that it was time to bring back the popular Click. Click. Photography Tips series, where I round up a bunch of helpful photography posts from around the web. It’s been a while since the last one, but I’m ready to dive in again. What about you?

1. (above) photographing people

photography setup

2. photography setup

photography tips: using a tripod

3. shooting with a tripod

6 things every blogger should know about photography

4. 6 (photography) things every blogger should know

tips for shooting in the midday sun

5. pro tips for midday shooting

the ins and outs of composition

6. all about composition

5 blog photography tips

7. 5 blog photography tips

camera essentials

8. camera essentials for bloggers

the creative process

9. behind the scenes creative process for photo shoots

This post is part four in the Click. Click. series. Check out the rest of this series here: part one // two // three.

Have your own photography tips and tricks to share? Or links to posts/articles you’ve found helpful? Share them in the comments below.

14 comments | Click here to reply

Great! Thanks for stopping by Slan and Becca. Glad this roundup is one that you can dive into.


This post is really helpful! Photographing my items is an exercise of trial, error, repeat 🙂


Oooh thank you for sharing these! I’ll be spending my weekend poring over them for sure!

Ladyface Blog


Awesome. Glad it’s helpful Chloe and Jessica. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a note.


These tips are super helpful! Thanks!


Such a great round-up!! I’ll be spending most of my day reading through these now 🙂

Jessica (Coco & Mingo)

Haha. Awesome Hannah. I just checked out your blog and saw that you made Let It Snow postcards based on the DIY I did for Project Wedding. Love your color scheme. Just had to tell you that.


In which I pin literally everything in this post.


Girl! Your photos are already awesome. 🙂


This is so good! Bookmarking and can’t wait to comb through all of the links. I’ve been needing to take my photography to the next level.

Chelsea C.

Awesome Quyen. Glad to hear it! Four and seven may be a good place for you to start.


Thank you so much for sharing all of these tips. I am starting out and it is very helpful!


Definitely! One, six, and eight are my absolute faves if you’re looking to speed read/ hit the best of the best first.


So many great tips and articles in here, can’t wait to read through them all!

Kelly @ Studio DIY
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