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12 Tips for Selling Photography Prints from A Website

In Marketing/Business by Kevin D. Jordan5 Comments

Selling photography prints from a website is a satisfying way to get your photos into a tangible form and up on someone’s wall.  In addition, it is a relatively flexible way to make some income off of your photography on your own schedule.  While in-person sales (IPS) can be a very effective way to sell prints to a client, some …

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How To Preserve The Environment While Photographing

In Landscape/Nature by Nathan3 Comments

This article has been bouncing around in my head for a bit and one that I don’t think has ever been written. As landscape photographers we are often traveling far and wide to get epic shots. We find ourselves in wet muddy environments multiple days in a row. Often these locations are far from one another, and as a biologist …

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13 Real Estate Photography Tips and Mistakes

In Marketing/Business by Kirk Bergman3 Comments

In my journey to learn and master real estate photography, I have learned a few things the easy way and learned more things the hard way.  There are tons of sites out there offering advice for shooting real estate photography with many of them giving advice so watered down you are left wondering how long the author has actually owned …

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AF-P NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6E ED VR Preview

In Gear, News by GregNoel0 Comments

  This week Nikon announced a new lens, the AF-P NIKKOR 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6E ED VR.    My initial thought when I saw this announcement was “Doesn’t Nikon already have a 70-300mm VR lens?”  And based on the comments and questions in the online forums and communities I am a member of, many people had the same reaction and are a …

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This Timelapse Video Will Be the Best 3 Minutes of Your Day

In News by Jim Harmer8 Comments

Tom Lowe just released an absolutely stunning trailer of timelapse and slow motion video of man’s connection with the world and technology.  It’ll be the best 3 minutes of your day. The video was created over a period of 5 years with filming in more than 30 countries.  If you watch the video and wonder “How the heck did he …

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12 Things to Do When Starting out in Gig Photography

In Photo Basics by Julian Baird3 Comments

Gig photography can be fast-paced, exciting and highly rewarding.  It requires a keen eye, the ability to think quickly and to know your camera intimately.  So, if you fancy swapping your Friday night beer for the 15 minutes in the “pit”, then read on and I’ll tell you 12 things you need to do when starting out in gig photography. …