Concrete standards can be elusive in the photography industry. Here we’ll go over the current set practices every photographer should definitely follow in 2020 and some things we think should become industry standards, too.
Advertising creative and Instagram sensation Jason Peterson uses a bold, minimalist approach to create evocative and thought-provoking photos. We talk to Jason about the importance of defining a personal style and what it means to be successful on Instagram.
You’ve heard the terms and seen the numbers on camera lenses, but what exactly does it mean to call a lens wide-angle, telephoto, zoom, or normal? What are the characteristics we should expect from using these lenses? How will they affect our images? We’ve got the answers!
We’ve scoured the web for today’s leading photography blogs and broken them down by category to make it super easy to scroll through and find the right ones for your specific interests and needs. Here’s our ultimate list of the best photography blogs in 2020!
While we all might feel the tendency to stand over our work like a proud mother and explain exactly what we meant by the light streaks of green or how the depth of field shifts the focus, the explanation of a work can only hinder someone else’s journey through it.
Looking for a way to practice your photography skills anywhere, anytime? Time-lapse photography is a technique you can work on just about anywhere your camera is. This guide will explain time-lapse at a basic level to help you get started.
Photoshop 2020 is here! And we’re going to go over all the new awesome features that have been added. Plus we’ll compare the past 10 years, from the later CS versions and on through the most current CC release, to see what’s changed.
Photographer and filmmaker Taylor Rees has made quite a name for herself in the climbing and photojournalism worlds. Her aptly cinematic works tell stories about the effects of climate change, endangered animals, and mining in the global south.
It is easy to keep meddling, tweaking, and touching up to reach that final perfect picture. So, while it might seem impossible to step away and know when your work is finally done, we have five tips to help you enjoy the fruits of your labor and give you the freedom to start the next great idea.
The holiday season is the perfect time to promote yourself and show your clients how much you appreciate them without looking like you’re trying too hard to make a sale. Here are some great photography marketing tips for the holidays.
When it comes time to decide on prices for your photography work, there are so many different variables to consider. We’ll help you figure out what your time is worth, how much your customers are willing to pay, and what expenses you have to take into account.
What many photographers starting their career don’t realize is that photography is both an art and a business. To help you manage both sides, we’ve laid out the principles of being good at the business part so that you can check off the boxes and get back to what you love doing.
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