Archive for the ‘How-To’ Category
These are easy-to-follow, always-works-wonders, fail-safe kind of tips.
It’s unavoidable: During the holidays someone is bound to get out a camera to grab some festive snapshots. If you’re the person with camera duties, then you should follow some of these photo guidelines. If you’re not the person shooting, then you can offer these suggestions from in front of the camera. Really, people love that.
Ben Long is one of my favorite photography guys, and it’s a bonus he’s the one telling us these things. Click here to read the full article over at MacWorld.
More and more photographers, photo editors, and all sorts of experts in the field of photography are turning to public speaking as one of the platforms in reaching out. There’s something that can be said about being heard. Scott Berkun, in his blog, wants to land you a fistful of reminders if you’re someone who’s about to go on stage and mentally engage a group of people, first of which, is to tell you bluntly that you are not Bono.
Let Derrick Story tell you how:
Many people don’t explore all of the personal settings in their Flickr photo sharing account, and end up using the default controls. But with a little customization, I think you can improve your Flickr experience.
What could possibly be a better match than this?
Leica Akademie North America (with Lonely Planet) continues Leica’s long tradition of photographic education through experiential workshops offered in cities across North America. The Akademie’s goal is to increase the fun and enjoyment of photography, expand photography knowledge and bring the total Leica experience to a new generation of photographers.
Nothing, I guess.