Often photography is about grabbing your camera, going to an interesting place, and looking for subjects that catch your eye. No real plan, grab your camera, take a walk, and see what photo opportunities present themselves.
One of the greatest things about Freelancing is that you have your own freedom, you are the boss, you choose your own projects, and make your own money. If photography is your passion deciding to become a freelance photographer may seem to be an easy path. But in reality, freelance photography is such a difficult thing to do, because you need to work multiple projects for different clients. To help you kick start your freelancing journey, we have 10 tips on starting freelance photography that sells.
Photography can be an expensive hobby, gone for most of us are the days of spending money on film and processing but it seems accessories and core components are always on our wish lists. As amusing as it gets, here are the truths on how photography becomes expensive and hacks to make it affordable.
When we talk about how to start a photography business, we often talk about portfolios, skill-sets, clients, a business plan, business license and of course business name, and all the important aspects of getting yourself off the ground. One extremely important factor that often gets overlooked is what photography equipment is needed to start a photography business. Here’s 5 equipment to use when starting a photography business.
Photography is undoubtedly the art form of the modern day – almost everyone has access to a camera and simple, high-level editing software has exploded the medium. To keep up with the trend, we listed down guide on becoming a pro photographer without going to photography school.
Technology has seriously changed the world of photography in recent years. Now, professional photographers need to put more effort into wowing potential clients than ever before. To achieve that wow effect, we give you this simple guide on creating 3D effect in your photos.
Photographers who want people to see their images — and buy them, too — often find themselves clueless about how they can do great on sales. They can’t get exhibitions until they have a track record of sales, but they can’t develop a track record of sales until they get the exhibitions.
It gets that complicated!
It’s already past the start of 2019 and a lot of new photography trends are kicking in.
So now it’s time to start embracing the fad and update your gears and skills.
Whether you want to turn your passion for beautiful landscape photos into a full-time career or just make some extra money on the side, we’ll show you 3 best ways to marketing your landscape photographs.
Portrait photography captures a person — great portrait photography captures a personality. While portraits are a staple of the photography industry, they requires much more than simply pointing and shooting.
If you have a number of quality photos that you believe people may want to pay for, you might wonder where to sell your photographs online? There are a selection of renowned websites that can help you turn those shots into hard cash.
Nobody likes poor picture quality. Even the people who know next to nothing about pixels can see when a photo is pixilated. We will teach you how to resize your photographs without making it pixilated.
Most of us are always on the lookout for new, inventive ways to get amazing results with photography. While we all love new photography gear, sometimes you just can’t justify a $150 fisheye for a one time shot.
Starting out with macro and close-up photography can be a steep learning curve, but one question is shared between beginners and pros alike – what macro subject should I try next?
Instagram has already become the largest photo and video sharing platform on the internet. You’ll see tons of gorgeous snapshots filling your feed. Understandably, you’d like to achieve that very same thing for your own brand. We will help you with 4 reliable ways on how to take good Instagram photos with your gadgets.
Whether you’re a long-time expert in the field of photography, or fairly new to picking up a camera, you’ve likely heard of the importance of using filters at some stage in the process. It has already become easier to use digital editing processes in correcting your shots since the advent of digital photography. But it hasn’t removed the benefits of physical filters.
Despite unstoppable technological progress, our camera is still not yet able to see like our eyes. This is especially true when it comes to dynamic range.
Creativity in photography is about using a tool that records things only as they are. Or, in case of infrared photography, to record things in a way we’ve never seen them before.
Generally, when we think about landscape photography, the images we conjure up are of sweeping views. Some think they’re merely photographs that capture the immensity and beauty of the countryside.
Black and white photos aren’t just regular photos devoid of color. They have their own rules and taking them isn’t as easy as it sounds!
So, you’re looking for some macro photography accessories. Wouldn’t it be great if you could take stunning macro photography images without spending a fortune on macro accessories?
Oceania might just be one of the most incredible continents you will see. Situated on the Pacific, it boasts a lot of marvelous shorelines that any photographer will love to make as subject or backdrop.
Aerial photography is an extremely fun and relatively easy way to create new and unique images. But be warned, it’s not that easy to perfect it.