How current and relevant are our photography websites today? I’m not referring to our images (even though keeping our artwork current is important). Instead, how current and relevant is the presentation of your work, services and mindset as an artist to your customers? Content, in addition to great images, needs to relate to your viewer […]
Author: Sheen Watkins
Sheen Watkins is a conservationist, wildlife photographer, instructor, author and photography writer. You can follow her photography on Facebook, Instagram and her website.
There’s a relatively new little feature in Lightroom that produces big results. Lightroom’s Enhance Super Resolution feature is more than great. It totally rocks. This feature is not brand new, as it’s already in the Adobe family. A couple of weeks ago Jason Row wrote How to Use Super Resolution in Photoshop. A fantastic, detailed […]
Should we be focusing on a specific genre of photography? Many blogs (including ours) share perspectives on the reasons to stick with a category, or genre of photography. When you think of Ansel Adams, what comes to mind? Black and white photography? Landscapes? Make no bones about it, Ansel Adams set himself apart with his […]
We offer so much more than photographs on a screen, or a piece of paper. Photographers create timeless treasures. Our work, big, bold or small makes an impact. Throughout our blog, we’ll share how we, as photographers see and make images that stand the test of time. Sure, we take hundreds, even thousands of images. […]
It’s the new year, and like many, we make and break resolutions by the time you’re reading this blog. We really don’t need the resolution to elevate our photography. Improving our shooting and post-processing techniques reside in our DNA. At various stages in our photography, we stall, burn out, ramp it up and throw it […]
Let’s take a look a photography careers today. Our challenge and opportunity? How to grow and support your livelihood as a photographer. First, your work is the foundation of your story as a photographer and artist. And, your work spans more than the snapping of the shutter. It is your brand. Period. If your mission […]