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Tips for Finding a Model

This is the last article in the series about turning pro, creating a portfolio and finding a model to photograph. After reading yesterday’s article I know that you’ve decided to create your photography portfolio. Of course, you’re also asking yourself how you’re going to get enough photos to fill the portfolio. The easy answer is […]

10 Tips for Creating a Photography Portfolio – Part 2

Welcome back to the 10 Tips for Creating a Photography Portfolio. I hope you enjoyed last Wednesday’s first half of the article on the same subject. It was getting so long that I thought dividing it into two parts would be better for everyone. 6. How should I choose which photos to use? – Here […]

Your Weekend Photography Project – Your Neighborhood

As the co-owner of a website whose readership spans the entire globe (hello to our reader from Vanuatu!), I am always very interested in learning about where our readers come from, and what their daily lives look like. So, in light of the article I wrote yesterday, I offer the following weekend challenge for you […]

10 Tips for a Great Photo Walk

As many of you are probably already aware, Scott Kelby’s (free!) Fourth Annual World Wide Photo Walk is taking place on October 1st and 2nd 2011 (the first year that the event is being held on two days). The purpose of the Photo Walk is to bring together photographers of all skill levels, in locations […]

10 Tips for Creating a Photography Portfolio – Part 1

This article is the continuation of the three part series I promised in Monday’s article, So You Want To Be A Professional Photographer, in which I said I would talk about how to create a photography portfolio. As it turns out, this one became so long that I’ve had to divide it into two parts […]

So You Want To Be A Professional Photographer?

This is the first article in a series about what it takes to become a freelance professional photographer. It’s by no means the definitive guide and isn’t intended to be the complete guide to success. It is intended to make you think about what you need to do to make your dream of becoming a […]

Your Weekend Photography Project – Manual and SOOC

This weekend’s project is designed to get you back to basics, and to break you out of your automated settings habits. We can sometimes rely too much on our camera’s auto settings, or on our post-processing skills, rather than concentrating on our photographic abilities to get the shot we’re looking for. Sometimes it’s good to […]

Anniversary

Today marks one year since I began writing for Beyond Megapixels. A lot of things have changed since then including Tiffany and I buying the website in March of this year. This has been a wonderful experience for me and I’ve increased my knowledge about photography while writing for Beyond Megapixels and interacting with our […]

Annoyances…continued

Tiffany’s article last Friday really struck a chord with me. My guess is that I’m not alone in having experienced, in some form or fashion, all of what she discussed. I really appreciated her article because it’s one I’ve wanted to write for a long time but thought I should play nice instead. In keeping […]

Annoyances

Enough of these have poked at me in the past couple of weeks that I thought I’d make an article out of ‘em. So… Five Photography-Related Things That Annoy Me Enough To Write About Them Photography products – lenses, cameras, flashes, accessories – that tout in their advertising that THIS GIMMICK RIGHT HERE will fix […]