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I will be traveling this week, heading back to my childhood home because of an illness in the family. In the meantime, I will be posting three of the most-visited articles on our site. Enjoy, and I’ll see you next week! ———- By Tiffany Joyce, originally posted 9/23/2010 Are you interested in going pro with […]
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 […]
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 […]
A couple of weeks ago I was hired to visit the home of a client and take photos of her teenage daughter and her daughter’s friends. Doing a photo shoot at a private home is significantly different than a shoot in a studio, so I thought I would share a few key learnings from my […]
Are you interested in going pro with your photography? One of the first things that you’ll need to learn is how to write a comprehensive proposal. Having a proposal for any photography work to be conducted protects both the photographer and the client from miscommunication, scope creep, copyright issues, and legal mishap. So what sort […]
We at Beyond Megapixels constantly strive to provide our readers with articles that are geared toward their specific interests. With that in mind, we have been posting monthly polls on a number of subjects in order to better know and understand our readers. This month’s poll is regarding the capacity in which our readers use […]