DropBox for Photographers

As a photographer in the digital photography world, there are many new things you need to think about: Having a place online to share and display your images; Being able to share your images between all of your devices; The ability to access your images from wherever you are; Most importantly, a secure place in which to backup your images.

Automatically Watermark Photographs on Your Blog

One of the biggest concerns of professional photographers is how to showcase their photographs online without inviting unscrupulous individuals to use their work without a permission. The most common solution is to watermark photos to protect their work, but this is often a very time-consuming and tedious process.

How to sell photos with Shutterstock

In the past decade, professional and part-time photographers have been faced with a new but growing market for their work – microstock.

The Business of Photography: Marketing Your Company

Marketing is one of the most important aspects of any successful business venture, including photography. Not only must you get the word out that you have launched your photography company, but you have to work at creating a following. Here are a few tips to get you started:

The Business of Photography: Developing a Startup Plan

A passion for photography and a need to generate some extra income are a fabulous combination. However, there is much more to starting a photography business than simply the ability to take a good picture. As with any business venture, getting organized and putting together a plan for success are essential.

The How, When and Why of Model Releases

Whether you are a professional photographer or a hobbyist, it is important to follow several guidelines when working with models. It is also imperative for a photographer to have a clear understanding of what the word model means;

Marketing Your Photography

Photographers who are interested in selling their work face a challenge, but it is one that can ultimately be very rewarding. The first step towards selling prints is to learn how to most appropriately market them. Although this can vary a bit in different areas, the basics are the same and apply to everyone in the art world.

Managing Mayhem: Survival Guide for a Wedding Shoot

Part II

Now that you’ve mastered the preparation process for a wedding shoot in part 1 of Managing Mayhem: Survival Guide for a Wedding Shoot, it’s time to get down to the nitty gritty of the special day. In part 2, we will discuss how to handle the challenges of wedding day chaos.

Managing Mayhem: Survival Guide for a Wedding Shoot

Part I

A wedding is one of those occasions in life that must be captured with photos. When a couple entrusts you to photograph their special day, it’s quite an honor.