You’re after a new camera lens but you’re debating, thinking, pondering and just plainly procrastinating. Ask yourself some of these questions, then decide whether or not it’s time for a change in your photography bag.
To make money as a photographer you need to do a lot more than produce decent photographs, it’s also about marketing, presence, relevance and consistency.
The holiday season is here and there are so many opportunities to have a camera to hand and capture the true magic of some winter holiday photography.
They’re sadly inevitable, photography nightmares are as commonplace as with other professions. Luckily, we’ve got some top tips to ensure you’re ready and waiting…with no scary surprises!
As photographers, our passion for photography is unparalleled. We should take hold of this art form we all love and embrace it, flourish and develop! Keeping this love alive it what makes us explore and move organically, from one style to another, from one set of lenses to another and even to new locations.
Creating your own photography project is an excellent way to stay motivated, but more importantly, improve as a creative photographer! In this article, we’ll guide you through just how you can go about setting up your own project and why it’s so important you do one from time to time.
Photography Projects are an excellent way to bring out fresh enthusiasm and develop new untapped skills. Learn about how photography “Scavenger Hunts” can get you socializing, taking you out of your comfort zone and just having a ton of fun with other like-minded photographers.
Photography and Art go hand in hand because they are the same thing. Creating beautiful art through a camera is what is so enjoyable about it all and taking the time to produce those images you can be proud of is worth the investment of your time.
Having a Photography Blog ensures you (the photographer) have a platform on the web to showcase your best work and for people to find you!
Photography may be a solo activity for many photographers. That doesn’t mean you aren’t around people when you are busy shooting. Quite the contrary. If you’re a portrait, wedding, street photographer, you’re engaging with people as subjects. If you’re a nature or landscape photographer, a lot of our work is spent solo. We may however, […]