5 Tips For Posing Non-Models

A big part of being a lifestyle photographer implies knowing how to make your clients look less awkward in front of the camera. To overcome shyness and stiffness, you’ll have to help your non-models feel comfortable, smile naturally and just be themselves. Your attitude plays a major role and knowing the right things to say [...]

7 Essential Tips For Creating Your First Photo Book

In last couple of years, it appears that one of the trending fashion is to create your own photobook. Over the time it has turned into a great hobby and a prevalent decision for picture takers who wish to keep their works in print. Assembling your first photo-book can be overwhelming. You have to take a [...]

A Stock Photographer’s Guide To Shopping The Holiday Sales

This is a guest post by Karen Foley. Karen Foley is a professional freelance photographer who loves sharing the joy of her art with others. See Karen’s work at dreamstime.com. As the holiday season is ready to set on fire, Karen is excited to share her creative shopping ideas for the photographers. The food has [...]

Understanding The Depth Of Field And Lens Settings

This is a guest post by Nick Vinken. Nick Vinken is a photographer / videographer based in the Netherlands. On his website photographygearguide.com, he shares valuable advice for starting photographers and filmmakers. He mainly discusses gear considerations, but also publishes tips, tutorials and informational articles. Depth of field (DoF) can be a difficult concept to [...]

How To Turn Your Outdoor Photography Passion Into A Profession

This is a guest post by Brian Williams. Brian is a marketing coordinator for Outdoor Photo Gear, a supplier of top quality photography accessories. In his spare time, Brian enjoys blogging and physical fitness, particularly golf and crossfit. As a photographer, passion is a key ingredient for success. When you’re willing to work so hard [...]