21 Feb, 2012 | Posted by: st
-- 10 case studies in exposure for outdoor photography – Jose Antunes: “Do we need more than one book on exposure? You bet we need, because although exposure needs technique, it also needs human input.
And different photographers have different inputs.” http://www.pixiq.com/article/10-case-studies-in-exposure-for-outdoors
PHOTO: Michael Frye
-- 6 Ways to Add Drama and Mystery
to Your Images – Darren Rowse: “Recently at a get
together with 6 photographer friends we started chatting about the idea of adding Drama and Mystery to images. Don’t ask me how we got to the topic but the conversation was so good that I decided to ask each photographer for their favorite technique
for creating Dramatic and Mysterious Shots. http://www.digital-photography-school.com/6-ways-to-add-drama-and-mystery-to-your-images
How to start a photography business
"Please listen to this warning. Having family and friends hire you and tell you your photography is great is not reason enough to go out on your own
full-time. How will you know when the time is right? When people in your circle, family and friends refer you to people outside your circle. This is a sign of trust. Once the referrals come at a consistent pace you should evaluate your progress. It may be time to take the next steps.For some people, starting part-time is the right answer. The first thing you need to understand is what you are about to do is start a real business. Understanding business is important. The competition in the photography industry is too great."
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