Four Smartphone Photography Tips For When You Don’t Have Your DSLR
Smartphones can take some high-quality and innovative pictures and can be a fun backup option for photographers that don’t have their DSLR kits handy.
What Gear Do You Really Need To Start A Photography Business?
What is the bare minimum you need to start a photography business? Do you need thousands of dollars worth of gear? Here’s my opinion.
Is Your Editing Sabotaging Your Photography Development? | How Much Is Too Much?
There is nothing wrong with heavily editing your images. If you think there is, then you are holding back your progression. Read this article and find out why.
10 Best Wedding Photography Trends of 2016
Some of these styles and techniques have hit the trend lists before but are increasing in popularity in 2016. You’ll want to mix some of these into your workflow to stay current on what’s happening in the industry.
Tips On Leveraging Photography To Travel More | Frequent Flyer Anna Tenne
For photographers that do travel the world, I often wonder, how? How are they able to travel all the time? Is there a secret? A trust fund? A sponsor?
Photography Gifts from $500 You’ll Be Loved For Giving Or Love To Receive
Thes are the types of gifts the knowing and sagacious photographer is going to appreciate now, and with time.
Adobe Stock | Adobe Enters The Stock Image Market – Bizarre Or Brilliant?
This isn’t just another option for stock photography, but a new way to approach it. Whatever you think of Adobe, it’s hard to argue with the beauty of what they’ve made.
Composite Photography: Does It Make You Less of A Photographer?
Composites are tedious, time consuming, and require skill. Is it digital art? Sure it is. Does that make me less of a photographer?