Category Archives: Photography Websites

30 Links to Beautiful Photography, Amazing Tutorials and Much More

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This week’s list of photography links is quite diverse, featuring a hand-selected group of tutorials, reviews, special features, great photography and a truly hilarious video post to wrap it all up. Each week Toad Hollow Photography searches the internet looking high and low, and this week’s list contains some incredible pieces posted by truly gifted artists from all over the world.

Selling Photographs the New Way: A Look at ImageBrief

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Those of us that sell our images through stock agencies, will know that the stock industry falls broadly into two camps, microstock and macrostock. Microstock works on the pile-them-high-sell-them-cheap principle whereas macrostock tends towards higher quality, more exclusivity and higher prices. In recent years, however, a third way has been emerging, most notably in the form of ImageBrief.

Submit Your Photos to These 8 Free-to-Enter Photography Competitions Now

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It’s well known that competition can bring out the best in you. It makes you want to win. You learn in a competition more than a course can teach you in weeks and what you learn stays with you for a long time. It’s for these reasons that one must participate in competitions. Oh, and there’s a chance to win great prizes too. Here are some free-to-enter photography competitions.

7 Fabulous Photography Deals and 4 Cool Freebies Only for You

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Time flies. Before you even realize it, a week has passed. But it’s the day of the week you’ve all been waiting for (or so we think). It’s the Wonderful Wednesday – the day we bring you awesome photography deals and freebies! This week’s list contains links to some great deals on photography education, gear and software presets. But that’s not all, there are some really cool freebies to grab too! We hope you like them.

How to Use Facebook and Social Networking to Speed-Feed Your Photography Addiction

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It feels pretty cool when a post on a photography Facebook page or other social site receives fast responses of likes, comments and shares. It’s even cooler, when these come from other photographers we respect. While ‘Likes’ don’t pay the bills, they broaden our reach and provide feedback to our work. It’s easy to utilize the power of social networking to complement your photography.