Source: http://photodoto.com/ By Nigel Merrick Although paying attention to your on-site search engine optimization is important, and it’s vital to select and use the right keywords for your photography business (see “SEO For Photographers, Part 2: Where To Use Your Keywords“), that only accounts for around 25% of the factors involved in your search engine ranking […]
The world is pretty and some of the moments are best shot with a DSLR camera. It is essential that a budding photographer gets all the necessary details about DSLR photography well before getting started with it, avoiding getting overwhelmed with the details at a later point of time. If you are starting out, we […]
A very informative article on how to take landscapes at sunset is now available to help new photographers get it right. Elliot Hook has written about the specific settings from ISO to shutter speed, along with the little things to consider before shooting the landscapes. Be sure to check out the article by clicking view […]
Are you a photographer & use pinterest? If you’re a photographer you may think, why should I care about Pinterest? The answer is quite simple. Everyone who have risen to the top will tell you that it’s all about who you know and who knows you, just as much as it’s about talent. Check out this […]
This week I finished reading Malcolm Gladwell’s The Tipping Point for the second time, and certainly not my last. It’s a great book with super useful and engaging insights about how little things can have a huge impact. One of the examples Malcolm uses is how the criminality in New York City tipped in the […]
Here are several examples of great photos that use reflection.
When we announced the new 18-35mm f/1.8 lens from Sigma, the excited and joy-filled response from you all was nearly instantaneous (which was rather impressive since it was confirmed at just past 1 in the morning eastern time). I too was particularly excited because of what this lens means to the industry and the future of lens […]
Today we decided to showcase a different type of inspiration. We decided to gather beautiful examples of black and white photos to show you that sometimes it’s good to leave colors aside. I really like black and white photography. I believe that without colors we can focus on the image itself, see more details, admire […]
Photography is one of the most loved niches when it comes to art. It can be done by both amateur and professional photographers. All you need is your camera and your passion for it. Passion is important since you will not be able to work on something if you really do not have your heart into […]
It’s time for our best news of this week. We have a lot of graphic and web design, a bit of architecture, ads, tech news, awesome reads and other crazy stuff! So take a look at the links we’ve selected for your inspiration and to keep you updated about what’s going on out there!
Whether you’re a hobbyist photographer or a full-on professional, there’s no doubt that keeping your photos organized is a task in and of itself. Thankfully, with just a little forethought and some patience, you’ll be working better and more efficiently in the Library module in Lightroom. Just keep these quick tips in mind. I’ll be […]
Over the last couple of years I have received more than a few inquiries about how I use Lightroom to edit my photos. The embedded video is a screen recording of my entire workflow, from import to export. It’s sped up for the sake of time, so if there is any part that isn’t clear, feel free […]