I wish I was slapped right across the forehead with these steps when I started my business but then again I'm the type of person to dive head first into things to get that hands on first. Yes! I take the hard way, don't judge me...lol. If I would've follow these steps things would have been easier but I couldn't wait my motivation won the battle. But no regrets here and you don't have to have any either check out these tips in this link : http://www.sba.gov/content/follow-these-steps-starting-business
My everyday Father's Day gift! Moments like this I wished for as a child, I am now able to grant for my son to experience. The amount of love I have for this miniature replica of me would heal nations(at least I feel that way..lol) Men just because you didn't have a FATHER growing up does not mean you can't be a FATHER and watch them grow up. Happy Father's Day!
Because I'm a adamant Nikon users, I have no problem promoting their great deals. For anyone just starting out in photography as a hobby or business here is a great starter camera that will get the job done. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B004V4IWHY/ref=redir_mdp_mobile?tag=photogr0a7-20
This could be the big break I have been waiting for. Now it's time to put all this hard work into action and this could be a great opportunity for you. Check out this competition for a chance to be in VOGUE. http://promotions.vogue.com/promo_newexposure2013.php
For some black and white maybe boring and for some black and white is everything! It takes a true ARTIST to embed and capture the emotion of the subject being photographed. I love black and white photography and I will be soon embarking on a project with no color just emotions. Joel Tjintjelaar once said, "It's up to you what you do with contrasts, lights, shapes and lines to emphasize the essence, or what you see as the essence - no colors that will seduce the eye, only emotion that will capture the heart". Here is an article to better understand how to convert images into black and white using Lightroom. I hope this helps and thanks for reading.
I am clearly in the wrong career field because this is the type of stuff that I LOVE! Here in this video you will see a number of sub-camera systems operating in unison to create....well watch the video for yourself and be prepared to be amazed!! ----> http://www.diginfo.tv/v/13-0045-r-en.php
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If many of you are like me, then in the back seat or somewhere in your car is a DSLR camera with a full charge and equipment memory card. So to make good use of it check out the assignment from Nikon and have some fun with it.
I know photography can be an expensive hobby/profession and the mark up prices by some of these companies can be ridiculous. So we look for refurbs and use equipment on Craigslist etc. Here are a few things to consider before use: http://www.photographytalk.com/photography-articles/how-to-photography/2973-how-to-photography-7-cautionary-tips-when-purchasing-used-equipment-from-the-internet
Ever been confused when trying to get that perfect shot at night? You just can't figured out how to reduce the amount noise? This article will help you improve every aspect of night photography. Check it out: http://www.photographytalk.com/photography-articles/3114-four-simple-ways-to-get-sharper-hand-held-night-shots
Landscape photography was where my love for photography started, from countryside, desert and city the beauty surrounded me in every aspect. I found this article via the web and I wanted to share this with you, I hope that it helps. Check it out!