14 Dec, 2011 | Posted by: st



LOST FOR WORDS. -- Fifteen Blog Post Ideas - Rosh Sillars: Blogging had been around for a while before it hit me that I could use this tool to share more than what I did on my summer vacation. I discovered I could write in-depth about what makes me tick and my work as a photographer. I wanted to write with my clients and prospects in mind and share information beyond the two-dimensional photographs in my portfolio (as important as they are). I was enthusiastic about the project. Sadly, when I was faced with my first empty page I didn’t know what to write". http://www.asmp.org/strictlybusiness/2011/12/fifteen-blog-post-ideas/

ART DÉCOR IDEAS -- More Creative Ways to Sell Your Photos. Dean: ”Start thinking about selling your photos and your first thoughts are likely to be of prints
and licenses. A myriad of options from Buy Now buttons on websites and photo-sharing platforms to garage sales and galleries let photographers offer framed versions of their art. Microstock’s open policy means that anyone can now upload and hope for a royalty. But offering prints means selling in a hugely competitive market while microstock is both saturated and low-paying. Fortunately, there are plenty of very creative ways to get paid for your art.”
http://blogs.photopreneur.com/more-creative-ways-to-sell-your-photos?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+PhotopreneurBlog+%28Photopreneur+Blog%29


PHOTOS DON’T LIE -- Old aerial photographs help win legal case in land use dispute Aerial photography dating back to the 1990s has been used to secure the long term future of a nursery in Essex, England. Using historic aerial photography and the service of a professional air photo interpreter, Greenwise Nurseries were able to prove the long term use of the majority of the site for mixed use industrial purposes.
http://www.directionsmag.com/pressreleases/old-aerial-photographs-help-win-legal-case-in-land-use-dispute/218945



IMAGINATION -- The Secrets of taking Good Pictures. Plan ahead with good ideas. Photography expert Tom Langford gives his advice on how to turn an average shot into the perfect photograph. SOURCE: Jerusalem Post; http://www.jpost.com/LifeStyle/Article.aspx?id=248176



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