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Infinity: New Co-Designed Slideshow Theme with Sal Cincotta

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We’re so excited to announce our all-new ProShow Web slideshow theme, Infinity. Co-designed with award-winning photographer Sal Cincotta, Infinity offers up sleek and simple effects that showcase your photos and videos beautifully. Perfect for wedding slideshows, portrait slideshows, fine-art shows and more. Watch a sample below. Continue reading

SYNC 2016 Wrap Up and Slideshow

Last week we had the wonderful opportunity to exhibit at the SYNC conference in Sandestin, Florida. One of the most anticipated events is the opening night program which features a slideshow of all the attendees images. So, drumroll please…here it is for you all to see! Made in ProShow 7. Continue reading

Create a Double Exposure Look with Masking


There’s been a pretty strong resurgence of double-exposure photography. We’ve seen it in places like HBO’s’ The Leftovers’ opening credits. And, 500px recently posted this round-up of some really extraordinary double-exposure shots. Continue reading

5 Tips for Shooting and Producing Beautiful Winter Slideshows

5 Tips for Producing Winter Slideshows

From frozen landscapes to snow-draped silhouettes, we love the wintery scenes this season gives us. If you’re looking for ways to show-off all your great winter photos, check out our tips below and watch a sample slideshow made in ProShow Producer 7. Continue reading

Spotlighted Show: Salvatore Cincotta Photography

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International award winning photographer, author, speaker, and educator Sal Cincotta, recently shot this couple’s beautiful St. Louis wedding. Click to watch his slideshow below. Continue reading

5 Tips for Avoiding Photography Burnout & Staying Creative

5 tips for avoiding photography burnout and staying creative
It happens to all of us. Burnout. It creeps up, almost unnoticed. You just think you’re tired because you’re busy, and busy is good, right? That tends to be the mantra of us self employed. As if not filling every iota of time with a “to do” task means that we’re failures or our business is in jeopardy. Sooner or later all your days are filled with “busy” and we’re left with our jaws on the floor when we realize we haven’t take a day off since August and it’s nearly Thanksgiving (my constant battle each year with “wedding season” here in D.C.). Continue reading