It can be hard to judge how far you have come as a photographer, as often you are too close to your work to make objective decisions. It’s easy to be hard on yourself, and beat yourself up for not progressing enough, when actually you have come a long way. With this in mind, our guest bloggers at Photoventure offer eight pointers to help you tell if you’re really progressing…
We’ve already covered the essentials of how to photograph a wedding for the first time so you know that it’s a good idea to have shot list, shoot in raw format and double-up on kit. But the professionals have a few more helpful tricks that we’d like to share with you.
Every photographer gets asked to shoot a wedding at some point. However, the stakes are very high, and you don’t want to mess-up on the bride and groom’s big day. To help out, our friends at the photo management blog Photoventure have put together a few tips to set you on the right path.
Keen to take your landscape photography to the next level? Top pro Dan Ballard shares his best landscape photography tips and the guiding principles that are behind every shot and helped define his style.
It’s a chicken and egg situation – you can’t get new work as your portfolio isn’t big enough, but you can’t expand your portfolio without getting more work.
Navigating this impasse will take some ingenuity, but it’s not beyond the realms of possibility. In their latest guest blog post our friends at Photoventure suggest some ideas for expanding your image base…
Once you’ve got a firm grip on composition and exposure you’re well on your way to taking professional-looking images. Here are 10 easy ways to help take your photography to the next level.
In our ongoing Shoot Like A Pro series we teamed up with our sister title, the Nikon magazine N-Photo, to explore the many different ways you can sell photos online, in print, and elsewhere in ways you might not have considered before. In our latest instalment we speak to a pro who shares his top tips for making the leap.
In our ongoing Shoot Like A Pro series we teamed up with our sister title, the Nikon magazine N-Photo, to explore the many different ways you can sell photos online, in print, and elsewhere in ways you might not have considered before.
This week we continue by introducing you to photographer Richard Dunwoody who gave up riding racehorses for photographing them and quickly became one of the sports most sought-after photographers.
Our series on how to sell photos online and in print continues with 13 tips from a top professional photographer who explains simple ways to ensure your photo project is unique.
Still think Facebook is just for your teenage daughter? If so, you could be missing out on the best free marketing tool in history. Here’s why Twitter, Pinterest and other services can help grow your photography business.