We love the documentary aspect of street photography. Here, nothing is set up and you’re capturing a slice of life just as it happens. Part-journalism-part-art, street photography can result in powerful
Monthly Archives: October 2015
WRITER Ep 83 An Aussie self-publishing sensation, a vending machine that dispenses short stories, how to write your author bio, huge plagiarism scandal, how Candice Fox writes two books at the same time, writing app Novlr, and how to do your own book publicity with uber-publicist Emma Noble.
In Episode 83 of So you want to be a writer: Australian self-publishing success Beau Taplin, a vending machine that dispenses short stories, how to write your author bio, super prolific author caught in a plagiarism scandal, and the book “Content Inc.” by Joe Pulizzi. Also: how Candice Fox writes two books at once and keeps them distinct, how to DIY book publicity with uber-publicist Emma Noble, the writing app Novlr (free until the end of November), how much should you charge
Backlighting is the new black. When you’re backlighting your shots, there are a number of issues at play. So this show is dedicated to the delicate art of backlighting. If you want to create awesome shots
WRITER Ep 82 Why your Kindle brain works differently from your paper brain, the bizarre phenomenon of bestselling colouring books, common mistakes screenwriters make, how to pick an idea for NaNoWriMo, the perils of the confessional personal essay. And Writer in Residence Kate Hennessy on how she combines being a music and dance critic with her successful career in corporate writing. Also: how to break into travel writing.
In Episode 82 of So you want to be a writer: Why reading a Kindle is different from reading a physical book, the strange phenomenon of bestselling colouring books for adults, mistakes new screenwriters make, how to pick one idea for NaNoWriMo when you have too many, and the perils of writing the confessional personal essay. Writer in Residence is freelance writer Kate Hennessy. Also: an app to help you book people into your calendar, how to break into the world of travel
When Gina recently had 48 hours in Vegas, she didn’t waste a second. Despite Gina’s mantra that “What goes on in Vegas, stays in Vegas”, Valerie manages to quiz her about everything from location scouting
WRITER Ep 81 Win a $4000 scholarship, how to change careers to become a writer even if you’ve never written before, Girlfriend and Total Girl magazines to merge (will it work?), how to use feature writing skills when writing fiction. We chat to picture book author Danny Parker. Great resources to discover what agents really think and listener question: “Should I use a pen name?”
In Episode 81 of So you want to be a writer: Australian women authors are making tech work for them, win a $4000 writing scholarship, changing careers to become a writer, Girlfriend and Total Girl magazines are merging, apply your feature writing skills to fiction. Writer in Residence picture book author Danny Parker. Resources to discover what agents really think, listener question: “Should I use a pen name?”, and more!
You take them at weddings, schools, family gatherings, cast shoots, staff photos, and more. We’re talking about groups photos. But how do you ensure your group shots don’t look like a lineup of criminals
WRITER Ep 80 One Direction releases a children’s book (crazy!), how to use author events to sell more books, why dads need to do story time, what to consider when co-authoring a book, and get ready for NaNoWriMo. We talk to author Mary-Rose MacColl, who has just released her fifth book Swimming Home. Also: how Trello.com can help your blogging and how to find out if a publication pays before you pitch.
There are some dream photo destinations – and Cuba is certainly one of them. With its nostalgic architecture, retro cars, and faded glamour, Gina’s recent trip to Cuba resulted in amazing images, a brush