Whose image is it anyway? When does inspiration or imitation of a landscape photo cross the line or go too far? Award winning travel photographer Gary Crabbe offers his take over at DIYPhotography.
They weren’t the first client she had lost – and they wouldn’t be the last. But still, it hurt. Find out how freelancer Carie Sherman dealt with it all, and what she wished she would have done right after hearing the news. Read more at the Freelancers Union Blog.
LensCulture reached out to dozens of former winners and finalists from prior editions of their annual Portrait Awards to ask them for their advice on how to shoot a great portrait. Read more at LensCulture.
Now that the NEW Find a Photographer has launched, it will be necessary for members with Find a Photographer accounts to login and refresh portfolios, by updating images and specialty categories for galleries, so that image portfolios can be properly searched and accurately populate search results on the new application platform. While images that were previously added to Find a Photographer in the legacy system have been migrated into the new application, portfolio images may need…
The last couple of years have seen Sigma treat photographers to some stunning lenses that rival – and in some instances, better – those from the likes of Canon and Nikon. Get the details about each of these highly-anticipated lenses from the official press release. Read more at TechRadar.
© Bryan Derballa Cross-posted from Photoshelter Blog [by Deborah Block] What’s it like shooting for one of today’s most classic fashion brands? Deborah Block asked Brooklyn-based J.Crew photographer Bryan Derballa for a few commercial photography tips. Read more at PhotoShelter Blog.
Buying gear on the cheap may actually turn out to cost you more in the long run, and not only in terms of money. Is it smart to buy more pieces of cheap gear, or buy just one more expensive piece? Price should be one of the criteria for buying gear, but it shouldn’t be the only one. Read more at DIY Photography.net.
To show clients what they’re actually paying for when they hire a professional photographer, Don Giannatti at Lighting Essentials has published an invoice that itemizes everything that’s billable during a photo shoot. Make your clients understand the value of what you do. Read more on deMilked.