The top 50 photographers to follow on Google+ (according to Darlene) which is a continuation of 5 reasons why everyone photographer should be on Google+ from yesterday.
After attending the Google+ conference for photographers in San Francisco, attended by top photographers from around the world as well as hundreds of new ones, I’ve come away with many reasons I think EVERY photographer should be using it. Here are my 5 reasons and some insight into the conference, new relationships I made and resources for you to take your photography social media to the next level.
Guest author John Davenport shares with us some of his tips for pre-planning your landscape or location photography shoot. Finding a good location, helpful apps, researching sunset times, and park info.
An article from guest writer, fashion and fetish photographer, Renee Robyn. Her photography is a reflection of her passion for the craft. Her style is unique. But it’s her attitude that’s going to get her big places. Read on and find out what she believes is the most important aspect of photography.
This week I have something a little different for you other than the usual photography tutorial or “how to” advice. I thought it would be interesting to talk to a working photographer, one whom I’ve personally followed and admired his work for many years. Find out what it’s like to be a stock photographer, and get inside his head a little (I tried to anyway) and get inspired.