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Should You Get Published? An Interview With the Editors of Lucy’s and Jute Magazines

In a recent article entitled “Why You Shouldn’t Submit Your Photographs to Magazines,” I discussed Vanity Magazines and how, in my opinion, they often fail to deliver enough value to justify the photographer’s effort. As a result of that article, I’ve had the opportunity to talk with the editors of two of the more well-known […]

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Video: 3 simple Lightroom tricks you should definitely know

Photographer Travis Transient recently put together this helpful tutorial that might just teach you a thing of two about Adobe Lightroom. The video outlines three simple ‘tricks’ that Travis discovered by playing around with the sliders in Lightroom and really digging deeper than most of us ever try to dig. These are the kinds of […]

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Creative Inspiration: Five New Music Videos You Should Watch Right Now

While Taylor Swift’s gorgeous looking revenge-fest music video to “Look What You Made Me Do” continues to break streaming records across the Internet, I’d like to shine a light on some of the lesser-known music videos that have stood out over the last few months that don’t demand the eye watering budget of a Swifty […]

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Should you upgrade to a Nikon D850?

Should you upgrade to a Nikon D850? The D850 was just announced, and by all accounts it’s shaping up to be a very impressive camera. Depending on what kind of photography you prefer, the D850 might be a useful upgrade to a current Nikon DSLR, and a compelling alternative for someone looking to switch from […]

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7 Non-Photography Items Which No Travel Photographer Should Leave Home Without

It’s fair to say that as a travel photographer you can never be 100% prepared for everything. There are so many different scenarios and variables that can affect your photography and your journey that you simply can’t predict. But over time you will begin to learn techniques that will help you be able to tackle […]

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Should You Be Watermarking Your Images?

There seems to be a surprising amount of contention relating to whether or not you should watermark your images. Some people are adamant that yes, you absolutely need to put your stamp, so to speak, on images that you’re putting out there online. Other people feel that a watermark is tacky, or that somehow it’s […]

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Should You Create a Video Portfolio of Your Photography?

After Google, Youtube is the second largest search engine, and thus having a video-portfolio of one’s photography can be a great addition in so far as getting one’s work seen. Any time we get to offer our work in a different format, it allows us to both see and showcase different angles which otherwise may […]

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