Are you moving beyond photography-as-a-hobby and seriously considering photography as a business? This blog, Start A Photography Business – Virtual Photography Studio, is about things you need to succeed in your own photography business: marketing techniques, supplier resources, business strategies, etc.
DigitalCameraInfo.Com has published the review of Olympus EVOLT E-510 DSLR. For the impatient, you may want to go straight to the “Overall impressions” page for comparisons with other competing models, or the “Conclusion” page for pros and cons lists. Here is the specification, and Olympus product page.
10e20 has a blog post titled 21 ways to shoot better photographs. This one is apparently popular on Digg. Those are indeed some nice tips on how to find creative ways to capture the subjects using your camera. Good luck remembering all 21 of them!
This article on Yahoo! Tech site can get you started. After you read through the article (and all the links within), go to Digital Photography School to learn more.
Have you got gigabytes of photos on your hard drive that you have not done much except posting online and emailing friends/family? Here are some ideas for you:
- Print your own US stamps (real!). Celebrate and share the special moments in your life with unique personalized US postage at yourstamps.com.
- Get the cute Moo cards. You can order custom StickerBooks, MiniCards, and NoteCards for many creative purposes. They ship globally and the site is easy to use with the ability to pull your photos from Flickr, Fotolog, VOX, LiveJournal, etc.
- We love to print. Blurb allows you to print bookstore quality books from your photo. QOOP helps users to customize, publish, and sell your photos. Imagekind prints your custom framed art. Zazzle has a dazzling collection of products to offer: T-shirts, posters, bags, hats, mouse pads, mugs, etc.
- Make money with your photos. Microstock (what’s that?) sites are probably the easiest to get started. A list of sites you can check out: iStockphoto, Shutterstock, Dreamstime, Fotolia, Bigstock, Canstock, LuckyOliver, and more…
- Create fun scrapbooks. Learn the tricks in CNET online class.
- Make a picture puzzle. Check out this unique idea.
- Create DVD slideshows. Check this link for a list of softwares you can download and try.
- What’s your idea? Please comment bellow or drop me a line at picmax at gmail dot com.
This is an informative and entertaining forum post on Digital Grin about some tips on street photography. You may find the following web resources on the same topic interesting:
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on July 12th, 2007. No Comments