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Ellen Boughn offering inexpensive mini-consults
posted by ellenboughn - 19th of april, 2010
More than anything in my long career in stock photography, I have most enjoyed interactions with photographers and their work. Now that I've finished my book about microstock photography, I've decided to offer microstock photographers... More...
shoot without a tripod
posted by thammarsten - 5th of july, 2012
When I am out and shoot so it often happens that I get a little shaky in the hands when I shoot freehand without a tripod. So I found a lens with VC (Vibration Compensation). then it became my photos super good. Award-winning high-... More...
Creating art with open source vector software
posted by zenox2d - 6th of november, 2011
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Origin Stories
posted by sortapundit - 13th of april, 2011
Until a few months ago I didn't know (or care) much about photography at all. I'd heard terms such as aperture, white balance, depth of field and what not, but had little more than a vague understanding of what they meant. Shooting... More...
Building a New Studio
posted by noonie - 24th of february, 2011
Just in case some of you are still fighting the snow and ice and need something to think about, how about a new studio? You can learn from the best and Yuri has a new one to show you. I just saw this post and knew that it would get... More...
World wide government budget cuts.
posted by davidwatmough - 20th of october, 2010
I normally wouldn't write two blogs in the same month but today the UK Government announced unprecedented cuts in spending. Riots have been going on this week in France about advancing the pension age and quite recently in Greece riots... More...
Pixel mapping
posted by williamardrey - 22nd of september, 2010
I was reading my news letter from Olympus Inc. the other day and I saw something that piqued my interest. There was an article about pixel mapping. The article stated that a person could improve the quality of their exposures by doing... More...
Expensive Equipment--is it necessary?
posted by elimitchell - 1st of june, 2010
A couple months ago, I read a blog on DT focusing on the use of compact point-and-shoot cameras for microstock photography. Many people who become interested in photography hold back from seriously pursuing it because they think they... More...
Taxes !!!!! Sucking the life out of me !!!!!!
posted by cafebeanzphoto - 15th of april, 2010
When I grow up ..... I will choose to write off the camera expenses i have incured in the past fiscal year. But for now, since I am not earning more at "Stockphotography" to claim it as a career, I will just have to "Bite the *&#%?!... More...
Am I really making money from microstock?
posted by marekuliasz - 15th of november, 2009
I started microstock photography 2 years ago. Today, I have almost 1800 pictures in my portfolio submitted to multiple agencies and working part time for microstock. Every month, I am posting earnings reports in my blog, Pixels... More...
China old furniture
posted by mbr555 - 7th of february, 2009
Ancient Chinese furniture has different times in different styles, materials use of hardware production, has rosewood, chicken wing wood, yellow sandalwood, Elm and so on. The production of durable furniture, paint elegant decoration,... More...
I thought Microstock Is Complicated
posted by ric510 - 15th of january, 2009
My attitude towards microstock has changed drastically for the last 2 weeks. I have finally decided to submit regularly in small numbers since Christmas ’08. I’m currently experiencing a daily download at another site and Dreamstime... More...
Expensive hobby!?
posted by billysiew - 24th of september, 2008
Photography is one of the most expensive hobby, however if you can turn hobby to profession, then all your investment will be rewarded. What do you think? More...
Death of A Pen
posted by madartists - 11th of april, 2008
When your favorite pen dies, it is indeed a sad day. First you get a hint with inconsistent ink distribution. With a 'scribble check' you then realize it is indeed wearing thin as the trail turns into just a sad indent on the paper.... More...
Supercharge Your Canon with Open-Source Firmware
posted by dcb - 4th of april, 2008
This is an open-source addition to the firmware of point and shoot Canon cameras based on the DIGIC II and DIGIC III firmware platforms. It isn't a full replacement, nor is it permanent so no harm can be done to the camera. The firmware... More...
Logitech io Personal Digital Pen - article
posted by loveliestdreams - 3rd of january, 2008
Has anyone tried this yet? Records while you draw/write with it on paper, then it downloads to the pc. It's so awesome. A shop on ebay sells them new for $50. Logitech io personal digital pen - computertimes.com article The... More...
graphic art
posted by chloe411 - 7th of october, 2007
I like very much vector graphic tools such as inkscape! All my graphics are based on sketches then I provide to transform raster drawings into SVG vector format. Using layer technique I can develop artwork like I want to have amazing... More...
Doing Things Cheaply and Receiving BIG Payouts!
posted by jsternig - 18th of august, 2007
As a college student I am limited by my wallet. Between paying for college, affording rent, and attempting to build up enough savings to eventually START my life, I find that I have little spare change laying around to really jump-start... More...
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