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8 Photography Resolutions for 2018

Now that 2017 has come and gone, and you've made a list of all the photo gear you want to get this year (or already got during the holidays), it's time to take 10 minutes and focus on what really matters. How will you become a better photographer this year? Luckily, we've got some great tips to get you started, in this (very) comprehensive article... 

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2017 TogTees Gift Guide

We know that choosing the right present for someone can be tough - heck, we've been there! So we put together a little gift guide to help you get just the right thing. To be more useful, gifts are ranked by most popular according to our many wonderful fans.   1) TEES Our Tees are our clear #1 best-selling gift people get for their favorite photographer during the holidays (and other times of year too).  They're fun, easy to pick out a design or color, and they're a universal basic - who doesn't wear t-shirts?  With dozens of cool designs to choose from, including ones for film photographers and digital photographers, you can't go wrong with a simple tee. We've...

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7 Photography Resolutions for 2017

How we're going to improve our photography in 2017 As 2016 comes to a close, we decided to partake in a time-honored tradition and make a list of resolutions for next year.  But these aren’t just any resolutions, these are Photography Resolutions!  In the words of the great Jackie Joyner Kersee, “I maintained my edge by always being a student; you will always have something new to learn.”  In the spirit of always learning, here are 7 things we’ve resolved to do in 2017 to improve our photography... 1) PRIME LENS CHALLENGE Shoot on a fixed lens for an entire month There’s nothing that will help you master framing and composition in photography faster than shooting on a fixed focal length lens.  While zoom...

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7 Minutes with @BillyCress

  To celebrate the launch of our brand new TogTees x Billy Cress line, we sat down with Billy himself for the latest installment in our "7 Minutes With" Interview Series. We talked about how he got started in photography, his favorite place to shoot in Philly, and a whole lot more. Read on to find out... What was your first camera? My first camera was a 90's Nikon film camera back in high school. I'm unsure of the model. It was my parents' camera that I used for my darkroom photo classes. I shot entirely in black and white since that was what we developed. I loved that process and miss it a lot. Developing the negatives, printing the photos, and...

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