Racing cars, diving swimmers, and sliding baseball players can all qualify as subjects for the sports photographer. This means that someone who wants to specialize in this area of work is going to need to be doubly specialized, or be sure that they have the skills to record such a variety of subject matter.
Our friends over at Cooph (The Cooperative of Photography) demonstrate some pretty clever tips you can try with your smartphone camera. Watch the video, give some of the tips a try and then upload your images to our community portfolio and tag them “TPA_Smartphone_Tips”. We will select the best and showcase them in an upcoming […]
One of the biggest challenges on the way to become a professional photographer and start making money from doing what you love is figuring out how to get clients. If you’re just setting up your business, it may seem that you can’t get the message in front of the right people. However, marketing does not […]
Do the letters, S.E.O. make your stomach turn? If so, you are not alone. Photographers are born artists and dealing with something, seemingly “techy” as SEO, is intimidating. However, it doesn’t have to be. I know that you may still have reservations and want nothing to do with it. I totally get it. That’s why, […]
Let’s start off with a somewhat controversial piece of advice. Shooting in dim light without using flash? Yes, if you ask me, that’s one of my favorite ways to shoot. Just think of all the flash light pictures your friends took at your last birthday party. It’s great of them to do this, but when it comes to capturing the special Halloween mood, I suggest interfering as little as possible.