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26-29 at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center in Framingham. Feb. 27 is a free day; all photographers are welcome to attend. Whether new to the craft of photography, an avid photo enthusiast or a seasoned professional, PPAM offers photographers the opportunity to learn from national photographers. Framingham resident Paula Swift, a portrait photographer and photojournalist, will start off the convention with a hands-on studio lighting program on newborn photography. The Saturday lineup includes wedding photographer Roberto Valenzuela, of Beverly Hills, a Canon Explorer of Light photographer, who will present his Lighting & Posing Simplified program. Carl Cox and Jeffrey Shaw, both of New York, will give presentations titled Hybrid Photography and The Essential Business Model for Photographers. Andreia Lima-Makkas, of Weymouth, will also present her program in Portuguese titled Be Unique & Make your Photographs Excel on Saturday afternoon. Bert, Cindy and Al Behnke, of Illinois, will present “In Search of the Perfect Portrait” and “Getting Creative with Marketing and Social Media” on Sunday and Monday. The PPAM convention also includes a tradeshow, image competition, networking, camaraderie and an awards party.

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What Is Your Photo Going To Be Used For?  

In this tutorial one of our regular contributors Natalie, a great portrait photographer shares some great tips on getting your subjects to relax and look comfortable in their environment. Being a model is scary stuff.   Some of us may show our individual character with immediate transparency, while others may be more difficult to “read” at first. Those colons undoubtedly catch the viewer’s attention, so I chose to place them in front of muted backgrounds.   Others have objections to photographs being made of certain individuals or groups. What I mean is to Keep It Simple, Stupid.   The hands of a farmer, a pianist, a baker.

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