Our friends at lynda.com have put together a great video essay discussing the role of Photoshop and image manipulation and its place in photo journalism. There are a lot of thought provoking points in this pieces. This Post Sponsored by: Arizona Highways Photo Workshops. For more than 30 years, Arizona Highway Photo Workshops has been committed […]
The first quarter of 2015 is over, have you registered your photos? Protecting your photos is not as difficult as you may think.
Recently, I saw a collection of April Fools posts on Facebook by photographers who tried baking in some irony by sharing photos from a oft-photographed US National Park that they dubbed as their most creatively challenging, all while being derisive about the homogeny of photos being posted by others online. Now, while I know that these posts […]
This week’s podcast offers a special treat. We talk Scott Bourne out of retirement to come on to one show as a guest. Rich and Scott catch up about Fuji cameras and cloud photo editing. Then Levi Sim sites down with boudoir photographer Jennifer Rozenbaum to learn about her approach.
You may not like what you hear when someone critiques your photos, but using these simple tips with teach you to have an open mind.
Data loss is something that I wish upon no one. Those who have experienced this catastrophe already know that one occurrence can easily mess up one’s day, jack up one’s week, and quite possibly destroy one’s year. Many of us have priceless photos of those we love, places we’ve experienced, and people we’ve seen. We want […]
There are three things that have no place in any business: ego, arrogance, and entitlement. The photographer who expects everything for free, is envious of others’ success, or has an ego so inflated that they are unable see past their own faults is a sure-fire way to sabotage their image. It may get them so far, but toxic traits don’t […]