Three reasons to rethink the photos you submit.1. I have found those I think are the best are the ones being rejected.2. People are looking for easy to the point subjects to use for their publications.3. Those photos I work harder at editing are being rejected but those I submit straight from my camera are being accepted.comment with any tips or ideas. continue reading
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I was lucky enough to have a day off from work a few days ago, (as this is not yet a full time job for me yet) and decide to go somewhere local with my camera and see what i could find.I went to a park in Solihull, which i had been to many times before, but never with my camera.There i discovered in the woods down a little road a beautiful little church.Yes i had seen the signs for it before but had never bothered to walk down there.However after having my first sale, i tend to take my camera... continue reading
Taking pictures not only involve looking and shooting.When we are experiencing a certain place space or object, not only our vision is stimulated; all our senses are; so when the photo is taken one may think that a great photo has been shot, but in reality it may be a corny boring shot void of all senses that we had experienced.A shot should be analysed in terms of color values and clarity of the subject.To shoot a tree having the same light source as the mountain behind; flatness will dominate.... continue reading
What are Graphic Designers and Creative Directors looking for, when it comes to the images they select?That is the ultimate question for anyone who creates stock photography, isn't it. Being a graphic designer and a creative director for almost a decade now has given me a chance to understand what a designer is looking for when they browse a site like Dreamstime looking for an image to be used in a project.First off, they are looking for something specific.That is one of the reasons it... continue reading
Here's another Photoshop Tutorial that's more a bit of fun than something that you'll actually have to use to make your images better. The tutorial itself is very in depth and time consuming but if you perhaps want to see what yourself or maybe a loved one would look like as an old man or woman then try it out.It could be a lot of fun?Hope you enjoy this tutorial and please leave comments continue reading
Sometimes when working with models I would imagine there comes a time when every photographer (Or even model themselves) looks at and scrutinises there work with a fine toothcomb noticing every little blemish, line, wrinkle etc etc etc.This in depth and very informative Photoshop Tutorial Will go through all these things step by step and show you how to turn a beautiful model into an even more beautiful model.I hope you enjoy this tutorial and please leave comments continue reading
At one time in my life the place I was working just flat closed up and every one there was without a job.We had a job placement guy come in to give a speech to all of us, and one thing he said has always stuck with me.He asked everyone to think of the three top things they really enjoy doing. After that he asked what a few of them were.He then said guess what, somebody is doing that for a living. Any thing you can think of somebody is getting paid for it.The second step is to find somebody... continue reading
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