Regardless of what the market looks like, the recruitment industry seems to continue to do well. Yesterday in Australia, there was a program on about the worldwide shortage of traffic controllers. You know, the stop and go man, or the lollipop lady. Apparently these people are high in demand and the pay is around $25 per hour for what is not a particularly skilled job.Having never been a designer, I wonder how many go about getting their next job. I wonder do you look for opportunities like that... continue reading
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Scrolling through a billboard company’s website I was astounded at the price of hiring a bit of space to advertise a product. Installation alone was $1000 and that did not include the artwork!A lonely old road in the back of nowhere at around 6 metres by 3 metres of space would then set you back $1500 a month. And if you wanted something near the traffic in a city be prepared to dig deep to find $20,000 each month. Ouch! The Haka Beer campaign in Australia cost $75,000 over 8 weeks. The company... continue reading
I'm excited to announce my new website at Ken Hurst Photography and it's also my first website with my own domain name!And of course it has images such as these below that are available here on Dreamstime.I created it with iWeb and the wonderful (and free) slideshow program available from JAlbum.Hopefully you'll stop by and take a look at it and of course advice and comments are welcome.This new site was developed primarily to highlight and bring attention to the stock photography... continue reading
I thought I would compile a list of things that helped me get more serious about digital photography:For all things about off-camera flash:StrobistThe Original Lighting 101 on StrobistTraining:Kelby TrainingTraining, Techniques and lots of Q&A:Better PhotoLandscape / Applied color theory and video critiques:Radiant VistaEssays on photography:Luminous LandscapeBooks:Lighting and the Dramatic PortraitLight: Science and Magic continue reading
Hi!I found a really interesting website of a Canon professionist photographer from Italy: Juza.The website is also in english language, and here you can read about lessons of photography, Post Processing with Photoshop, Equipment And Technique...Really useful website! I learned a lot about nature photography from Juza!Take a look also to his Photo Galleries continue reading
To use a website or blog to promote your personal interests or photo business is a personal choice. Back in the Internet Days of Yore, I began building websites to play around with the new and wonderful technology. And the questions from friends came. Oh, can you do one for me? And I was off and running. Soon a few business people contacted me, and before I knew it,I had more than enough to do, and even less time to do it in. I was burning the midnight oil constantly; such an addiction! Well push... continue reading
Hello everyone!This is my first article here, and that is because I waited for something special to write about it... OK, maybe 500 dls isn't so special, but at least this was a little push for me to write this :PSo, this is the #500 dl image:or maybe it was #501?! whatever... :PThe main thing is that DreamsTime is going pretty well in last few months and I expect more rise ups...oh, and yeah... don't forget to check my DT portfolio and alsomy personal site! :)DreamsTime... continue reading
I have just put some Illustrator tutorial on my website for anyone that is interested. I am currently working on a beginners guide to getting started in Illustrator and that should be online within the week.Illustrator TutorialAlso on my blog I have a review of the latest Illustrator CS3 from the stock illustrators point of view.Illustrator Blog continue reading
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