Protecting Drone Footage – Preventing Crashes and Managing Data Properly
Drone crashes happen more often than you’d think, but usually, a crash won’t cause major damage to the frame. The…
Three Emerging Trends That Can Revolutionize Your Photography Business
This year, ground-breaking technologies and trends have the potential to shift the way photographers and freelance professionals work. As a…
Tips For Shooting Food Photography Onsite At Restaurants
Shooting onsite at restaurants, bars and other venues is becoming more popular, but with these clients, you are likely shooting for social media. One or two perfect shots won’t cut it.
Stocking Up: Essential Tips to Getting Your Photos Hosted on Stock Photo Websites
Getting your photos hosted on stock photo websites gives you an avenue additional income streams. Here are a few tips to help you get started with selling your photos on a stock photo website.
Prisoners: A Photo Story Showing the Pain of Animals Kept in a Zoo in Bangladesh
An emotional Photo Story by Shafiqul Islam showing the pain of animals kept in a zoo in Bangladesh.
3 Pieces Of Gear Every On-Location Photographer Should Own
On location jobs require their own set of preparation steps and they definitely operate a little differently from in studio photo shoots. Here are 3 must have pieces of gear for the on-location photographer.
7 Powerful Social Media Tips for Photographers in 2019
There’s no easy, surefire way of gaining recognition. You’ll need to work hard and plug away while ensuring you’re telling a consistent and relatable story that people will want to follow.
The Power of Perspective | Guest Post by Rob Woodcox
I’m not convinced that anyone has their life completely together, in fact I am certain that we all face unwarranted fears, preposterous obstacles, and a good level of doubt about our very own purpose. Thankfully, we have perspective. I want to focus on the powerful properties of perspective that we all posses, whether we’re using them or not.