Your shots are good but you can take them to the next level when you have the right apps and post-production software. ALL professionals do work in post-production, so this isn’t cheating, it’s bringing
Monthly Archives: August 2015
When you have the right mentor, you can fast track your photography at a rate of knots. But how you do know what kind of mentor is actually going to help your photography shine – and what kind of mentor
WRITER Ep 73 Books sold with no cover, an Instagrammer’s quirky micro book reviews, media awards’ embarrassing mixup, what uber-blogger Dooce said at Problogger event. And Writer in Residence Jill Margo on her biography of Frank Lowy. Also, we talk about how to deal with a copywriting project that blows out and our app pick is The Brainstormer.
We all have one. A “too hard” basket. And, sometimes, there are so many things in the damn basket that it can erode our confidence knowing we could possibly find so many things too hard! So what can you do to get those projects out of the “too hard” basket once and for all?
Often, when the basket gets full there is no imperative to take action because a situation hasn’t reached a critical point.
When you’re shooting portraits, it can be easy to focus on the posing and the location. But what about the lighting style? Which is the best lighting style to achieve the look you want? Get these classic
WRITER Ep 72 Brutally honest advice from writers, bookshop offers refunds for “Go Set a Watchman”, writing award for children, and what happens when you send out a manuscript under a male name (when you’re a woman). “Tie you over” versus “tide you over”, where to find content writing work, and we talk to Writer in Residence John Tesarsch.
When you’re shooting portraits on location, it’s handy to have lightweight portable lights to achieve various looks. But which are the best lights to invest in – and will it cost you the earth? The short