Wurmwood Photography

Fine art, Conceptual, Portraits

This blog is brand new! Please bear with me while I get new content uploaded. 
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Tips - $30 Studio Background DIY

While I don't usually shoot with natural lighting, I do generally prefer to shoot on location. Regardless of preference, it's not always possible to photograph all concepts on location, and some ideas require a studio. I started researching background solutions and found several that seemed to suit …

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Tutorial - How to Make Your Own Color Run Powder (Holi Powder)

In this tutorial I teach you how to make your very own Holi powder, just like they use at color runs, for a FRACTION of the price. 

I made two colors, so this recipe is for both. However it would be totally fine to make more, or just one. 

First thing's first, you'll need to gather your supplies…

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Understanding Aperture, ISO, and Shutter Speed – The Photographer’s Triangle

For many, shooting in manual mode can seem quite intimidating. It’s really very simple once you get the hang of it, and with practice comes perfection. Here we discuss the three major factors in taking any photo:
Aperture, ISO, and Shutter Speed.


      Aperture is valuable because i…

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Video Tutorial - How to Sharpen using High Pass Filter in Photoshop

This is my absolute favorite way to sharpen jpeg images. 
Please read below the video for a shot text version of the video. 

                       BEFORE                                                             AFTER

Text Tutorial:

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Tf* Shoots – A Handy Guide

What’s this tf* thing I keep hearing about?
      Simply put, tf* means a free shoot in which you don’t pay and you are not paid. TF* stands for “Time For”, which refers to how you are paying the photographer with your time, and the photographer is paying you with their photos. Originally, trade s…

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Diving Into the World of Modeling – Where to Begin

      Breaking into the modeling world may seem daunting, but with some quick tips it’s a lot easier than one might think.  It’s important to remember that there is no one kind of model, nor is there one category of modeling. It’s wise to think of the type of model you want to become, and work from …

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Tips for Models – How to Spot a Fraud

      One of the biggest concerns for aspiring models is the ever present danger of perverts, creeps, and those who would choose to do you harm. Here we dive a little bit into how to spot a fraud, and how to use the tools around you to keep yourself safe.

      So you’ve got yourself a message f…

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