Posts Tagged ‘example’

Am I A Stupid Or A Lazy Photographer?


Picture This:How Pictures Work. By Molly Bang

This is an excellent book that shows us visually, according to the author, “how and why structural elements affect our emotions. This is a ground for understanding and making visual art.”


The Intentional Photograph

 The composition of your photograph should be filled with intent. If you, or your camera, are picking exposure settings in a haphazard manner, or based solely on the amount of light that you are working with, the composition of your photograph is lacking the visual depth that can only come with intent. Everything from the choice of your lens to the […]


What’s The Difference Between Photography Classes, Courses And Lessons ?


Light


A Photographer’s Raw Material


In Photography, There’s A Lot To Learn

In photography, theres a lot to learn.

The good news is that you don’t have to be a know-it-all.


Flash Photography And the Law

Did you know that there is a law that we should be aware of when we use our flash?

This law applies to ALL flashes; the pop up flash on your camera and the, usually more powerful, separate flash unit that works off of your hot-shoe.

If you don’t know about this law, it could seriously limit your ability to create a photograph.


Business Of Photography – Where Is Your Market?

I tend to think of the photography marketplace in two large general categories, the consumer marketplace or the business to business marketplace…


Photographic Prints For Your Wall

Reasonably priced, quality, photographic prints for your walls. Watermark that is visible online does not appear on the print. Prints are digital chromogenic prints (C – Prints, Digital) and, according to the paper manufactures, are rated to last between 50 and 75 years. Stability of the print depends on a variety of factors. I can […]


Pricing Your Photography


A Case Study About The Business Of Art From The Harvard Business School

Why would someone pay $500.00 for a trash-bin or $200.00 for a toilet brush ? Believe it or not, for those of us in the creative industries, there’s a lesson in the answer.


Business Of Photography – Risky Business

If you decide to become a professional photographer, especially an independent (freelance) professional photographer you’ve got to understand the risks involved in the area of professional photography that you choose to work in.


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