Twitter just got a lot more photographer friendly. You can now enhance your profile to really feature you or your work. The new changes make the profile much more visual. Add a larger profile photo. This can be your portrait or business icon. It’s now much easier to read. Custom headers. Put a large banner image that […]
People often ask me how I made my signature into my own copyright logo on my photos. Here is a step by step guide on making your own signature or drawing into your own logo or signature file. 1. Practice. Grab a few sharpie of different sizes and practice your signature over and over with different […]
Being a photographer, whether as a hobbyist or a professional, requires us to have gear. Much of that gear is expensive, be it cameras, lenses, tripods, and even some accessories. Due to the nature of our work, we will oftentimes be out-and-about with our camera equipment, which involves the risk of losing our gear, having […]
A common clause that pops up more and more with photo (and especially video) jobs is work for hire. It’s important that you realize what this term means and how it changes the relationship you have with the photos or footage that you shoot. How things change Normally, as a photographer, you are automatically recognized as the […]
We’re always on the lookout for high-quality educational opportunities for our readers. The folks over at the American Society of Media Photographers have an upcoming webinar that looks interesting. The event is free if you attend it live.
The New Photojournalism: Revolutionaries Speak Out
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
1:00 – 2:00 pm Eastern