Year: 2020

How to Become a Travel Photographer – the Blueprint

BY VIKTOR ELIZAROV If you want to learn how to become a travel photographer, you in the right place. It was a beautiful day in Montreal. I was on a regular afternoon jog listening to a popular photography podcast. The topic of the episode was travel photography. The guests of the show were two professional photographers …

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How to improve your photography with the rule of thirds

Published by Feature Shoot  • 1 week ago In his view, landscape paintings worked best not when sky and land were given equal weight, but when one or the other took up an entire two-thirds of the canvas. Contrary to popular wisdom, which favored the “formal half” or a one-to-one ratio, he wondered if the most appealing …

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Want to Grow Your Email List? See How This Photographer Grew His List by 300 percent

Learn the 5 essential steps he took to grow his email list and pivot his business to an online format. BY KRISTIN MACLAUGHLIN  JUNE 10, 2020 James Maher is a New York Photographer, a huge Knicks fan, and a lifelong New Yorker who got his driver’s license at 30 years old — as any true Manhattanite should. Maher …

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Blue Hour Photography: A Beginner’s Guide

Curated Article from Coles Class Room. Photographers like to talk about golden hour photography and the beautiful, glowy light they find right before sunset or after sunrise.  Golden hour is amazing.  But for my money, you can’t beat blue hour photography for some peaceful, serene images.  Don’t be so hasty packing up your gear after …

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12 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before You Release Your Shutter

In my personal quest to improve my digital photography skills, I am constantly seeking guidance. Recently I ran across what I consider to be a very important guide. Twelve very important questions I think all photographers should ask themselves before each shot.  Considering these questions can and will improve your photography skills. Utilizing these questions …

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My Digital Marketing Journey

Most digital marketing journeys begin with many unanswered questions, mine was no different.  I had to first wrap my head around what digital marketing is, how it works, and of course the profit potential. Recent retirement, quickly reveled the need for additional income. Not wishing to continue to conform and comply with the natural flow, …

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5 Steps to Take Now So You Can Thrive in the Post Coronavirus World

Article Written by; Barry Davret FollowMar 25 · 5 min read You have plenty of alone time. Don’t waste it. Pandemics always end. At some point, this will pass. We’ll find a way to defeat the coronavirus. We just don’t know when. But that’s not the question that troubles me. What I want to know are the answers …

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