The power of two and how you can use collaboration to help improve your creativity and photography. Some examples include: put words to your images; find a partner to attend or plan an event; do a project with someone else. Read about my collaborations and get your own ideas and share them with me in the comments section.
Have you ever wondered about taking photos of people and posting them online, or maybe you want to sell your images at a craft fair and had questions about whether you can legally do so? I sat down and chatted with John Corcorcan who is a lawyer in California and he helped clarify a few things about photography and what we can and can’t do legally as photographers. Watch this 20 minute video to get a summary of how to protect yourself and your images.
Video tutorial and tips for using Adobe Lightroom develop presets including: importing presets, applying them, creating new presets, and exporting them for sharing. Before and after photo examples, list of resources, and a special bonus.
This week my special guest is Zach Prez from PhotographySpark.com If you’re thinking about getting your images online Zach goes over a few things you’ll want to think about including: using Facebook; free blog options vs paid ones; having a good naming convention for images for search-ability and SEO (search engine optimization); optimal file sizing so images load quickly; creating a brand and labeling your images with it; adding text with your images to encourage fans and friends to interact and comment on it.
Stress free tips to to help you when choosing a tripod to purchase. Different features explained. Things to look for, and what pitfalls to avoid.
Valerie Jardin talks about street photography. Here’s a short list of a few of the things you will learn about in this interview:
- how to take storytelling images
- how to get started photographing people if you’re nervous about it
- the best lens for street photography
- keeping the photography passion alive
- post processing and black and white
- how to get over that “grass is greener” feeling, and get out shooting in your own area
- what is the “Decisive Moment” and how to use it in your photography
- photographing people on the street: is it okay, what to look for, approach
- when do you need a model release for people photography, what are the rules