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The Godfather Groomsmen

  Making a Not-So-Awesome Location Look Rad Whenever we get some spare time at a wedding, my wife Beth & I try to really let our hair down and attempt something new that we’ve never seen or done before. At Spencer and Leslie’s barn/manor wedding this past September, the stars and planets aligned and we […]

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And the winner is…

Congratulations to Ohio-based wedding photographer Seth Kerechanin of Seth and Beth Photography. Seth took top honors in our November #MadeWithMagmod photo contest with this crazy-mazing composite image: We’d also like to give the MagDaddy of high-fives to our runners-up: • Justin Haugen (Tucson, Arizona) • Jason Vinsion (Austin, Texas) • Kea Dupree (Washington, D.C.) Long […]

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The Exploding Shoes

By Dave Paek (October 2015 #madewithmagmod contest winner) Shooting details during a wedding can always be a great challenge as it tests your creative limits while forcing you to incorporate elements of the environment around you. Most often, you don’t have much time to shoot the dress, the shoes, the rings, miscellaneous jewelry, heirlooms, etc […]

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Happy (Belated) Birthday, MagMod!

On October 30, 2015, MagMod turned two. It’s hard to believe that it’s been two years since MagMod was launched on Kickstarter. What started out as a neat idea quickly turned into a worldwide phenomenon in the photography industry, and it’s all thanks to YOU—our Kickstarter backers, customers, dealers, retailers, and friends. We wouldn’t be […]

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Interview with Tony Hoffer

A year ago this month, I sat down and told myself I was going to pursue a concept that had been on my mind since April of that year.  I had withdrawn myself from pursuing what has now turned in to MagMod because of doubt, risk, and a false assumption that the flash modifier market was overcrowded.  As […]

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