Choosing the correct photo editing device is essential if you prefer to edit your photos before sending them to clients or uploading them to social media sites. However, with over 200 globally known computer companies worldwide, choosing the correct device that suits your needs can be a headache.
Grey goods or imports are products such as computers, cameras, cars, etc., imported into countries via legal unofficial market routes. In this article, I am focusing solely on camera grey goods. Grey goods originate from what is known as the “grey market” or “dark market”, sometimes confused with the term parallel market.
Photography studios are complex businesses, and running a studio is not cheap. Rent can cost anywhere from £1000 a month upwards, and that’s not taking into consideration staff wages, the purchasing of and upkeep of lighting, equipment, cameras, lenses, makeup and wardrobes, darkrooms, editing equipment, graphic design spaces, display rooms and websites, storage spaces, shipping and receiving, reception, showrooms, marketing and sales.
Smartphone photography is a great way to capture anything that catches your photographer’s eye, but it’s also a great way to learn more about mainstream photography.
“The purpose of life is the investigation of the Sun, the Moon, and the heavens.”
– Anaxagoras, Philosopher
“There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment.”
— Robert Frank
Trust is built with consistency.
“Strive for continuous improvement, instead of perfection.”
The photography market is cluttered with numerous brands of camera filters, many of which are useless and made with cheap materials that often ruin your images. In contrast, others can damage your expensive camera lenses. In this article, I focus on the best filters money can buy that can add value to your photography, whyContinue reading “Ultimate Guide to Lens Filters”
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