Answer: The rule of not having “composition rules” play ANY part in my photography. Here’s some of my blog posts addressing “and why”→ https://samdamico.com/?s=rules+of+composition&submit=Go (https://samdamico.com/?s=rules+of+composition&submit=Go) Study And Practice Photography With Sam
Answer: Whatever social network(s) I use, I NEVER post photographs due to copyright concerns. I’d suggest getting a blog on your website going then, post links to your blog posts to the social networks. The posts that you link to…
Visit the online platform where I sell pictures to hang on your wall. Decorate your space with some wall-decor. You won’t find this stuff anywhere else and the user experience is as good, or better, than any…
When I write blog posts I try to keep SEO in mind so people and search engines can find my photographs and other content on the web. In order to do that I try to use words relevant to an article or photograph The lesson this morning came in the form of a title for my post.
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Social networking sites like TwitPic have a lot of potential for individual photographers to license their work. This case is important because if it goes for AFP we lose. If it goes for Morel it restates that as the owners of our work we must grant permission to use it.
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