It’s incredibly easy to feel the pressure of too many ideas! It’s overwhelming and this creativity overload can have a negative impact on your photography. When ideas are flowing you’ve got to put them all in an orderly line and working through systematically otherwise creativity can just turn into a disorganized muddle.
These stunning portraits of foxes by Roeselien Raimond are just to die for. They’re elegant, intimate & capture the natural beauty of these wild creatures! Let’s look into her thinking behind these shots.
A guide providing some really insightful tips on securing that dream photography job. It’s about tactics, luck, patience + more, ultimately it’s about YOU. Get to know who you are as a photographer, what your ambitions are and why you’re contacting these potential clients.
Practice does make you a better photographer, in fact, a better “anything”. So improving your skills comes fundamentally from utilizing your good habits.
As photographers, protecting your images is of real importance to most of us. Ensure you’ve done all you can to keep your images “yours”.
Learning how to photograph real estate effectively can be a lucrative calling to someone who is looking to earn a few extra bucks on the side with their photography, or establish a full-time photography business of their own. While it is possible to earn an income with quality real estate photography, there’s a lot of […]
Let’s face it, photography is an equipment intensive hobby. For photographers just getting started in the craft, it can be difficult to justify dropping some cash on gear you’re not sure you will even end up using. In other instances, you may find yourself in need of a certain piece of gear, like a tripod, […]
If you want to be a better photographer, the best thing you can do is take photos – lots of them, and as often as you can. There’s an endless supply of excuses we can come up with as to why we don’t practice, including photographer’s block and not knowing where to start. So next […]
There are endless reasons why your photos aren’t turning out as sharp as you want them to. While missed focus and “soft” photos can be a result of poor performing equipment, more often than not those blurry photos are result of user error. That may sound discouraging at first, but don’t beat yourself up – […]
Photography contests aren’t for everyone, that’s a given. And rightfully so–not everyone wants to parade their work around in front of a bunch a strangers who have no obligation to protect your feelings or ego, nor does everyone desire to put in all the work it takes to actually make a successful entry into the […]