The legendary photography training guru Scott Kelby tell us his most prized tips for growing and engaging with a community of followers of your work.
Our friends at Photoventure recently offered some interesting advice for sharing photos online. Taking criticism is always hard, but knowing how – and when – to accept or dismiss what others say about your images is one of the key lessons to learn in your development as a photographer. Check out their advice inside. Do you agree?
Watermarking has long been seen as the best way of protecting your copyright – but is that actually correct?
Our friends at Photoventure have pulled together some of their best photo management tips to help you start organizing your photos in a way that makes more sense for you. What’s more, they’ve kindly allowed us to share them with Digital Camera World readers. Have a look at these simple steps and you’ll never ask where another picture is ever again!
In the final part of our series on building photography websites from scratch, we share the last – and most important – bit of information you’ll need to grow a successful photography website. Below are 5 easy tips you can use to get more traffic to your photo blog.
With seemingly thousands of free blog themes to choose from, and happily a lot of them actually are free, picking the right one for your photography website’s intended mood can be a tricky task. The latest in our guide to building photography websites explains how to do it.
One of the best things about blogging these days is that you can do an incredible amount for free. That said, if you’re willing to part with a bit of extra cash you can get all kinds of upgrades for your photo blog. Here we take a look at the key elements of photography websites for which you may consider making paid upgrades… or those you may not.
What’s the best way to prepare your photos for sharing online? The latest in our guide to building photography websites explains how to do it.
Photography websites are a great way to showcase your best images and also share with readers the story behind how they were made. Our new series explores the secrets to starting and running a successful photo blog.
In our first post our expert, Amy Davies, reviews some of the top free photo blogging sites on the web. Here, we take a look at some of the top free photography websites for blogging your photos.
There are so many ways to get your shots on the internet that it’s hard to know where to start. Ideally, you want something free, easy and which doesn’t require any software, and we’ve got the perfect thing: a Google blog. Below we’ll show you how simple it is to start a photo blog when you’re on a tight budget.
We’ll also show you step by step how you can add full portfolios to your blog once you have it made. Here’s how to do it…