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Photographers, What’s the Most Embarrassing Thing You’ve Done?
We’ve all done it before. Ã‚Â We’ve knocked something over, bumped into something, even dropped our thousand dollar lenses. Ã‚Â But what’s the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever done as photographer?
Photography News: Pictage Acquires Shootq
Big news in the photography industry was announced today when Pictage, a photography community and service for marketing, selling and fulfilling photography products acquired ShootQ, a business management service for photographers.
Diary of a Landscape Photographer | Part 1
The following article is a guest post by Alf Bailey, a photographer from Cheshire, UK. He will be writing a series of posts entitled “Diary of a Landscape Photographer,” where he will recount the scenarios that lead to capturing his stunning landscape photography.
5 reasons wedding photographers should use Craigslist
I want to focus on convincing those photographers who are just starting their businesses that Craigslist, despite all that you may have heard, is a good resource to help grow your business. So here are 5 reasons wedding photographers should post on Craigslist.
Sandisk Professional Photography Contest on Facebook
Earlier this week, Sandisk announced their professional photography contents on Facebook. Participants can submit in four categories: Nature, Wedding/Events, Action, and Fashion. Winners receive $1,000; and they are featured in the online WinnerÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Circle gallery
8 Wedding Photojournalism Tips
Before photojournalism became an established style of wedding photography, the industry seemed firmly entrenched in a standardized set of perfect clichÃƒÂ©-looking shots and effects. Wedding photojournalism transformed the industry. Instead
10 Shutter Speed Tutorials – From Novice to Pro
Shutter speed is one of the most basic concepts in photography and one of the first things we all learn when we first pick up the camera. It can leave you heartbroken if that otherwise perfect shot comes out blurry; or it can leave your audience captivated when you have a true mastery of creating beautiful trails of light, frozen moments of time, or other amazing imagery using advanced shutter speed techniques. I wrote this article to be relevant for everyone, from the novice to the professional. Beginners will need to start from the first few shutter speed tutorials and work their way to the more advanced shutter speed articles and examples. Amateurs and professionals should still be able to pick up a few things here and there by starting with the more advanced tutorials. Regardless, my hope is that some of the imagery you see in these shutter speed tutorials will get you inspired and motivated to try new things.