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November 19, 2017

Love this quote from Benjamin Franklin!

Above: Image, Gina Milicia “The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of a low price is forgotten.” – Benjamin Franklin Thanks for sharing this with me Peter Foote!

WWCD? What would Coco do?

Above: Image, Gina Milicia Coco Chanel once said, “Before leaving the house, look in the mirror and remove one accessory.” This advice can be applied to photography. It’s easy to get caught up in lighting and post-production techniques that end up overpowering an image. Next time you are adding props to a photo, lighting an image or retouching a shot ask yourself   WWCD? What would Coco do? Do you need the extra light? If the answer is no, then try applying the Coco protocol and simplifying your image. Too many props? WWCD? One too many Lightroom presets? WWCD? A beautiful image doesn’t need diamond rings, red lipstick and high heels to stand out. Chanel wasn’t the only artist who believed in the importance of simplicity. Next time you are tempted to use the latest editing technique that all the cool kids are using on Instagram you might want to consider...

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