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Stop Motion Animations For Photographers
Stop motion isn’t just for Tim Burton films, they can be a great addition to your photography offerings! Wedding photographer Justin Ho shares how to make cinema-graphs in Photoshop and why he loves incorporating them into his client galleries.
Exclusive First Look at Adobe’s 2019 Rising Stars of Photography
In Adobe’s 3rd year of the Rising Star program which celebrates up and coming creative artists, they’ve expanded the selections to include mobile / smartphone users. Have a peek at some of the fresh photography from all over the world in this years line up highlighting Adobe’s love of visual storytellers.
3 Tips on How to Write a Resume for Photographers
A photographers resume should be creative and out-of-the-box, hinting at your style as a creator.
Photographer Recreates Indigenous Aztec Myths Through Cinematic Portraits
Looking for some inspiration to get your week started right? Join us as we get a detailed look at JP Stones latest project bringing Aztec myths to life through his cinematic portraiture.
New Lens Filters With Built-In Prism Effects
Each of these new lens filters packs its own creative punch.
What Should You Do When Your Friends & Family Don’t Support Your Career?
Where do you source your strength if your loved ones disapprove of your dreams?
Become a More Creative Photographer | 8 Tech Tricks to Experiment With in 2016
As 2015 comes to a close, we’re all thinking about our plans and goals for 2016. Many of these goals are big picture things – get more clients, improve your website, make more time for photos with family. It’s great to have these overarching, guiding goals in mind. It’s also worth thinking about smaller things, fun things.
5 Reasons Partnering With Your Direct Competitor May Be The Best Business Decision
In a time where separating yourself from your competition and standing out is more important than ever, thinking outside the box and trying new things can be crucial in doing just that.