Posts from Category: "Photography Tips & Tricks"

Things to Know About Protecting Your Images Online

It is the digital age and therefore vitally important to have a presence on the internet. Photographers, both professional and novice, are using the internet more than ever to showcase their skill.

Photo by Maja Petric

Photo by Maja Petric

This is imperative from a business and marketing standpoint, but with every great tool comes those who exploit it. Photographers are stuck between marketing themselves in the most essential way available and putting their products at risk to be stolen online. Read more…

Indoor Photography: Ultimate Guide to Kids Portrait

One of the things I have specialized in over the years is getting natural, great expressions from kids in photos. It’s not the easiest thing, and I’ll tell you why.

Photo by Barbara Stitzer

Photo by Barbara Stitzer

Children are naturally curious, interested creatures. They move. They are used to interacting with people by looking at them in the eye, not down a scary round black hole, and they’re super used to other female voices telling them what to do, which can work to your advantage, whether you’re a male or female. Read more…

The Sun Is Your Friend: Tips for Summer Photography

Summer is just around the corner, folks. As the sun decides to become a more active member of our daily lives, we — especially those of us with nice cameras and itchy shutter-release fingers — feel an increasing compulsion to awaken from our lazy autumn habits and venture outside.

Photo by Jandro Martinez

Photo by Jandro Martinez

And if you’re going to be outside, you might as well take a camera and document what you see. Being outside in well-lit environments offers near-limitless potential for memorable photographic opportunities. Read more…

10 Tools to Make Your Photography Blog Rock

These days blogging is not only a tool to share your thoughts and tips with the public, but is also a tool through which to promote your products and services, attract new clients and increase conversions. It’s an easy and low cost method to get your brand noticed.

Photo by Daria Nepriakhina

Photo by Daria Nepriakhina

Moreover, for photographers, it’s a great opportunity to get on the top of the search engines’ result pages. By improving the number of visits to your blog, you will improve your number of clients. Read more…

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