Hi all!Even though I registered here in 2013, I started uploading images just some weeks ago. All the 251 images currently in my portfolio are without any development with Photoshop (including those down here), because I though it was really not necessary. Now a friend of mine showed me how to develop images on Lightroom and I was really impressed with the results, so I started to use it too. It looks like the images take new life and I feel... continue reading
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Hey there,thank you DT for giving an opportunity to develop my skills. I am here during a long time but was not active, now I see this is not only the way to earn some money this is also good way to develop photographer's skills.Good luck for everybodyOlga continue reading
I have reached a big milestone for myself.I just sold my 100th image.I would like to celebrate by sharing with you some of the things I have learned while reaching this milestone.1)Upload, upload, upload. When people post in the message board asking for criticism on their portfolio and half the comments say "upload, upload, upload."Those comments should be listened to.I always see an increase in my sales when I am uploading verses when I am not.2)Don't expect too much too quick.... continue reading
Ever wanted to know more about what your CAMERA did to your photo? You know what YOU did but there was more?There is the basic metadata (EXIF-Exchangeable image file format, IPTC-International Press Telecommunications Council) exposed through tools like Lightroom but there is more that can be accessed.There is a free tool written by Phil Harvey that extracts a lot more detail than you would otherwise see. I have played with this tool over the past few years and it has kept up with new camera... continue reading
I typically travel to the same places these days for work however; occasionally there is a new city to explore. I have an evolving system of getting a feel for a place before arriving through pre-trip research.These days it involves a series of websites saved as favourites and a couple of other routines:* Develop a currency conversion system - normally for a few different scales - 1, 10, 100, and 1000. You can write this on a piece of paper and keep it on you but it does not take muck to... continue reading
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