Why It’s Important to Know Your Value When you want to convince people of the value of your services, you have to first know your own value. Customers have many choices when it comes to photographers. Prices can vary a great deal, whether someone wants a wedding photographer, shots for a resume or glamorous shots for modeling jobs. Value is conveyed in many ways, such as the way you present yourself, the quality of your work and the prices you charge. When setting your prices, you could be making the mistake of pricing yourself so low that others don’t...Read More
How to make money from Photography If you are like I was when I started out and you are wondering how to make money from photography then keep reading because below I will go through some of the best ways to start earning some money with your photos and skills. Making money from photography is a dream that a lot of us have at one point or another. We dream to be able to ditch the day job and make money doing something that we love. Imagine how great it would be to be able to spend more time...Read More
I just took delivery of the Fuji X-T2 and I already have the Olympus Pen F. Seeing as though these two cameras are well known for their black and white output I thought it would be fun to add some comparison shots each day as I test them more and more. So make sure you check back as this page will be added to regularly whenever I shoot black and white images with both cameras. If you have black and white images from one of these two cameras (or the X-Pro 2) that you would like to share then...Read More
Here are 10 Easy ways to Improve Your Photography 1. Take creative control. What do I mean by this? Don’t shoot your camera in auto mode. Yes it is very easy to let the camera make all the decisions for you and modern cameras are great at this but if you really want to make better images you need to take back control. The best way to do this is to put your camera into manual mode and choose which Aperture, shutter speed and ISO best suits what you are trying to photograph. There are always creative choices...Read More
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