15 Tips For Better Photography

Dragonfly, Southern Thailand If you’re just starting out, here’s 15 important tips for getting better photos, every time. 1) Keep an eye on the weather Weather conditions can play a big part in setting the mood of your shot. Rather than waiting for the bright light of the midday sun, a misty morning in a forest can be the perfect time of day for that mood-shot. Experiment with ISO settings to work with available light and capture a variety of Continue reading

5 Things Every Freelance Photographer Should Be Doing Online

Sometimes it seems the Internet was made just for photographers. On a social level it lets us share photos with friends and families, we can get together and talk camera gear and photographic technique, and it helps a lot of us overcome the ‘isolation’ that often goes hand-in-hand with a photography career. On a professional level, it provides the means to showcase our work to Clients, access new markets and conduct the entire stock photography sales process without leaving our Continue reading