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Photography for Ordinary People on a Special Day

You get out of bed early and notice your brightly coloured fluffy bedroom slippers. You get your digital camera and take your first shot of the day. About to climb down the stairs, you are surprised to find the huge Christmas tree glittering with Christmas decorations you see for the first time. Your mom must have gone shopping without you yesterday. You promise to ask her during breakfast and try to get her to give you an idea of the Christmas gift you will get tonight.

Sony Cameras – Alpha and Cyber-Shot Lines

Sony cameras have been at the forefront of innovation. Several models are now in the market and heavily competing as a leading brand in both single lens reflex and compact camera segments.

Demand for Budget Photography on the Rise

With an increasing trend for online start-ups, less money is required to get a business on it’s feet compared to an old fashioned bricks and motor business. However, a large portion of an online start-up’s capital still goes into photography, particularly for online retail shops that are relying on good photographs of their products to close the online sale. With so much expertise and experience required for good photography, high hourly rates and studio rental have been justified and fueled by lenient budgets that existing businesses can afford.

3 Keys to Success With Microstock Photography

Did you know that the images on your camera may be worth money. Not every image will be suitable though. In this article we will cover the three things you must do in order to be successful.

Stock Agencies and the Independent Photographer – Can’t We All Get Along?

Over the past few years most independent photographers have felt a decline in their business due to the rising availability of stock images. While this is disappointing, it’s understandable given the vast selection, easy access and immediate availability of stock photography. As a photographer who is represented by Getty Images but also runs my own independent studio, I can relate to the pros and cons of both business models.

3 Quick Tips For a Better Business Portrait

Your business portrait can be the first thing your clients see. Here are a few tips to help you get the best possible image for you and your business.

Olympus E620 – One of the Best DSLR Cameras for Beginners

The Olympus E620 was designed for the artist in all of us. Let’s release our creative side! We’ve been squelching it for too long now! Let it out! This Digital SLR camera lets us make the decisions, be the designer and create images so spectacular we’re going to need a website to show them off.

Black and White Photos With Your Digital Camera

Most digital cameras allow you to take your photos in black and white if you wish. Some digital cameras have such a feature built in that will allow you to convert photos to black and white within the camera.

Tips on How to Take Better Pictures of Your Kids

Anyone who has children has taken tons of photos of them. You want to catch all of those cute little things they do. Taking really good pictures of little children is no easy task. Here are a few tips on how to take better pictures of your kids.

Tips For Organizing Your Camera Accessories

When you have accumulated a lot of digital camera accessories through the years, you need to find a way to organize them. This way, you will be able to find what you’re looking for in a fast and easy manner. When you know where you keep them, you save time and effort in looking for the things that you want to use.

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