Archive for the ‘digital camera’ tag
Digital cameras are sophisticated gadgets with the ability to review photos on the spot after taking it, deleting the unwanted images and making photography a real fun. The main reason why people chose them is the convenience of use and remarkable performance. But when it comes to purchasing digital cameras, it can be a daunting task to get into the right track.
Whether it is for professional or personal use, it ma Read the rest of this entry »
In the print media, pictures are used to break the monotony of a news page. Illustrations may be used as page decoration. If its only purpose is to create a favorable impression for the reader, it’s a valid function. After all, according to J.W. Click and Russel N. Baird’s book, “Magazine Editing and Production,” people hang paintings and photos on their walls for aesthetic reasons only.
Given that concept, one can Read the rest of this entry »
Anyone who wants to learn how to be a photographer doesn’t have to enroll for many years to get a degree. There are colleges who offer this as one of the subjects which the student may take as an elective. Can you still learn how to be a photographer being out of school for many years? The answer is yes. The only thing needed is your dedication to learn from the proper techniques and a camera to take some shots.
Taking photos could be a hobby to you, but are you aware that there are ways that you could get paid for your digital photos? Yes it is possible and people willing to pay for your photos could be publishers, advertising agencies, and graphic artists to mention a few who are currently and increasingly using the services of stock photo sites.
This system revolves around what is called Stock Photography, and the way it wor Read the rest of this entry »
In the old days, if your camera (35mm of course) had a battery die on you in the middle of an important shoot, you still had options. I mean after all; the only thing you needed the battery for was the light meter, it’s not like your whole camera will shut down if you have no battery. Oh, I’m sorry . . . if you are using all digital that might have stung just a little bit.
The point was if your battery Read the rest of this entry »
I had lunch yesterday with an old friend of mine who remarked that “Things change when you can see the end”. He was referring to the fact that he wants to work less and enjoy his life more. He, like me, is 57 years old. It is true. Even at, say 49, life looked different to me. Increasingly, every minute is important. More and more I look at my stock photo career and ask myself how I can use it to not just make money, but to enj Read the rest of this entry »