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High Resolution Stock Photography

scenery photography
by Andrea Kirkley

Picture perfect’ defines everything from the beauty of a flower arrangement, interior decoration, designer clothes or even scenery. What do we need to make any text in print, online or power point presentation attractive? Pictures indeed.

Website designers, art directors and the print media rely on pictures to enhance their business. Pictures add value and makes people take notice of a small article or a huge billboard.

With advancement in technology the art of taking pictures in a camera has become sophisticated. No longer does a photographer put his head inside a black cloth and bursts a bulb nor does he simply point and shoot. The range in cameras available now lets one bring pictures to life, indulge in a hobby and in the process make money.

Online stock photography is a cost effective way of laying hands on high resolution photos which are royalty free and better than hiring professional photographers. But users do not get exclusive rights to the photos. Stock photography allows the purchase of only the required photos which can be paid for, downloaded and used straight away.

If interested in selling high resolution stock photos, a good online photography site is a must. They have licensing clauses and prevent re-selling or distribution of pictures and using them on packaging. They serve as a bridge between photographers and buyers who require good pictures for websites, print publications etc. The site does the sales, promotion and transaction and shares profits. A win-win solution for avid photographers and the business.

Stock photos need to be submitted in TIFF or JPEG format and they have to be of optimum quality.

JPEG file format results in some loss of image quality, hence professional photographers use the RAW format. TIFF files are similar to JPEG but have larger file sizes, eliminate loss of image quality and hence preferred.

To avoid spots on photos due to dust in the camera sensor, image editing programs like Photoshop are used which make the picture, blemish free. Careful editing can remove nature’s faults also.

High resolution stock photography is achieved using a camera with at least six megapixel resolution. Otherwise a blow-up will expose undesirable qualities or digital noise. Digital Single Lens Reflex or DSLR cameras allow shooting in RAW format and allows easy control of camera functions like shutter speed, lens aperture, lens change etc. which enable even amateurs to deliver professional quality photos. 

 

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Australian Landscape Photography - The Definitive Guide

scenery photography
by leafbug

Australia is a country with widespread and diverse scenery. Therefore it does not come as a surprise to find that there is a wide range of Australian landscape photography available. There are many attractions from the Sydney Harbor bridge, all the way through to the Great Barrier Reef. There is Uluru also known as Ayers rock with its deep red colors that are a favorite among photographers. In Australia, there is a nature photographer and Australian landscape photographer named Jamie Paterson. He has taken many photographs at several locations around Australia. His work ranges from New South Wales territory, through to Western Australia and Tasmania.

Another great Australian landscape photographer is Peter Lik. His work ranges from Australian landscape photography all the way through to that perfect nature shot. As a nature photographer, Peter travels all over Australia, along with his passion, in search of giving the public that perfect shot. Peter takes photos ranging from the Cairns area to Australia's outback territory. Peter is world renowned for his photography work. Many of Peter's art galleries can be found all over the USA and Australia. Most of his galleries are situated in the Las Vegas area, and his galleries display a wide array of his photography talent.

Ken Duncan is another renowned Australian landscape photographer. He is regarded as the most well-known Australian nature photographer. Ken is known for capturing the spirit of the object he is taking a photo of. Kens passion for Australian Landscape photography has taken him all over the country. His photography work concentrates on Sydney's landscape and architecture, and the Outback territory, where not many people inhabit. Ken has a very individualistic style to his photography and this has pushed him to the forefront of panoramic photography.

This country seems to be a breeding ground for Australian landscape photography. With many well known and respected photographers, potential clients really have many options to choose from. As many photographers here specialize in different types of photography and given Australia's unique landscapes and landmark scenery, it is no surprise that Australia has the biggest pool of upcoming talent in photography. As a nature photographer, Nick Rains ranks right up there with the best. He has traveled thousands of kilometers as an Australian landscape photographer. He has literally traveled from coast to coast taking pictures of Australia's most beautiful scenery ranging from Bondi beach to the Australian mountain ranges.

In conclusion, Australian landscape photography is regarded as some of the most beautiful landscape scenery in the world. All of this could not be made possible without its natural beauty, or the talented panoramic photographers that bring this scenery to life through their technical ability, and also their natural born talent and determination to turn reality into something so highly loved by the masses. It is the ability of these talented individuals that allows the masses to see parts of Australia that the majority will not ever get to see. We can only see the value of these photographers work going up for the foreseeable future.

Interested in Australian landscape photography? Jamie Paterson is a landscape and seascape photographer based n Australia. He is always trying to capture those elusive perfect moments that nature shares with us and loves to share his seascape photography knowledge to enhance others photographic abilities.

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Into the World of Style and Fashion Photography

fashion photography by rawphotowomen
Fashion photography is ALWAYS in fashion. Although it is mainly dependent on commerce, fashion photography is now considered as an art. Unlike before where fashion photographers see the craft as a source of income, modern fashion photographers see themselves as artists who can invent and reinvent different photo shoot techniques and style. BECOMING A FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER If you are a budding photographer and has always been fascinated with fashion and photography, you may want to make fashion photography as an option. Read more
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Going To Have a Fashion Photography Session?

fashion photography by The Retouch Lab
Fashion photography. Not a lot of people have the chance to witness, much more experience, fashion photography sessions. And now it's your turn! Well, unless you're a professional fashion model or you have been regularly undergoing a ton of photoshoots in the past, chances are you're a bit concerned (worried, even) now that you are going to have your very own fashion photography session. Alas, you need not fret. There are simple and pretty easy to do tips for you to follow. Read more
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Preparing Yourself for a Wildlife Photography in Kenya

wildlife photography by ru_24_real
Article by Lucy Maruhi When I first thought about doing wildlife photography in Kenya I was a bit stuck for inspiration. I was in the middle of the city with no wildlife in sight, unless you counted the people milling all around me, and I wasn't due up for another long vacation in Kenya for at least a few months yet. So obviously wildlife photography in Kenya, in the wild was out, but someone very helpfully pointed me in the direction that I'm about to point you in now. There is more or less all the wildlife varieties that I could want in Kenya, you just need to be where the action is. Read more
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Wildlife Photography - Five Practical Tips For Beginners

wildlife photography
by SUBHROCLiCKS

Nature photography is a fascinating pursuit, and wildlife photography can be the most challenging and rewarding field of all. Digital cameras have inspired a whole new generation of photographers to get into wildlife photography.

Most of the photography guides these days focus on the technical aspects of the camera: but really good photography relies more on composition, lighting, and sensitivity to your subject. This means you can improve your photography by thinking creatively, not technically.

Here are five of my top tips for taking better wildlife photographs.

Wildlife Photography Tip #1. Get to the subject's eye level. Wildlife photos are most effective if they create an intimate connection between the subject and the viewer. The best way to do this is to take your photo at the subject's eye level. This way, the viewer can feel like they are looking at the subject from inside its little world, rather from the outside looking in.

If, for example, your subject is low to the ground (like a lizard, frog, or even a pet), crouch or lie flat, getting as low as possible so you can take your photo at the subject's eye level.

Wildlife Photography Tip #2.It's All In The Eyes. The personal connection mentioned in tip #1 is really about eye contact, so it is important to get the eyes right. If the eyes in your wildlife photo are sharp and clear, the photo will probably work. If they are out of focus, lost in shadow, or if the subject blinks or turns its eyes away, the connection will be lost, and the photo will almost certainly fail.

You don't even need your whole subject to be in focus. Your animal could be mostly hidden by leaves, in shadow and out of focus. The picture could still work...as long as the eyes are open and captured sharply in the picture.

Wildlife Photography Tip #3. If The Background Doesn't Help, Get Rid Of It. Many wildlife photos are spoiled because the background is cluttered, distracting, ugly, or just plain inappropriate. For example, seagulls on a beach can be quite beautiful, but seagulls at the local rubbish tip is a different matter. Also, wildlife photos look far less natural if you can tell they were taken in a zoo. Apply this principle: "Anything that does not make my photo better, makes it worse."

This does not mean you can't take a good wildlife photo at the zoo, at the tip, or anywhere else for that matter. You just need to manage it. If your background is spoiling your shot, zoom right in on the subject to eliminate as much of the background as possible. By zooming in, you will also reduce the depth of field to a minimum, so any background that does appear in your photo will be out of focus and less distracting.

Wildlife Photography Tip #4. If Your Background Is Working For You, Use It Well. A wildlife photograph that captures the subject in a beautiful natural setting can be even more effective than a simple close-up. My photos of a kangaroo on the beach, for example, show the subject in an unexpected context, making a more interesting image than a close-up portrait style photo.

If you take your wildlife subject as part of a wider landscape, you need to consider all the techniques of composition that apply to landscape photography. Remember the rule of thirds (which may or may not help) and be careful to position your animal so that the subject and the background work together to make a more effective composition. In particular, try to position your wildlife subject so that it looks toward the centre of the picture, not towards the edge of the frame.

Wildlife Photography Tip #5. Capture your subject in the best possible light. Even the most perfectly composed wildlife photo can fail because of bad lighting. Losing your subject in the shadows, glare reflecting off shiny feathers, and shadows across the face of the subject are all simple mistakes that can ruin a photo.

There is no single rule for lighting in a wildlife photograph, but here are some suggestions. I often find the best results when the sky is lightly overcast with thin cloud. This produces light that is bright, but soft and even compared to full sunlight. Your subject will be well illuminated, but you avoid harsh contrast and heavy shadows that rob the image of important detail.

If the weather is sunny, try to take your photos early and late in the day when the sun is low. At these times the light is soft and warmly colored. It is also easier to catch the full face of your subject in sunlight, rather than half-obscured by shadow.

So there you have my five tips for wildlife photography. I could cheat and add tip #6: take lots of photos. Animals twitch, flap their wings, blink, and generally find a way to frustrate even the most patient photographer. Don't forget, with digital photography it costs you nothing to keep snapping. So practice, persevere, and try out these tips...you could be taking better photos in no time.

See Andrew Goodall's nature photography at http://www.naturesimage.com.au if you can't get to his gallery in Montville, Queensland, Australia. Andrew's top selling ebooks on nature photography can be found at http://www.naturesimage.com.au/page/25/default.asp

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How to Make Money From Travel Photography

travel photography
by Eddo Kloosterman

Doing what you love and earning money at the same time is undoubtedly anyone's dream job. Traveling and photography are two most promising hobbies you can use for earning money. Combine the two hobbies and get even more benefit.

Here are some things you need to prepare for travel photography:

1. Have your own camera. This is the most basic requirement you need as a travel photographer. Do some research to figure out which camera suits you well.

2. Learn the right mindset and techniques from photography classes and books.

3. Be aware of and sensitive to once-in-a-lifetime events or things that might happen around you.

4. Always have your camera ready on the go. Be always prepared for capturing unique moments out there.

5. Learn about the places you are planning to visit. Get to know the landmarks, tourist attractions, local customs, exhibitions, and local cuisine in your destination.

6. Create online portfolio. Online portfolio is helpful to introduce your shots to larger audience and connect with other photography enthusiasts.

7. Promote yourself. Once the portfolio completes, get ready for the real job. Work for the tourism section in a tabloid, magazine, or anywhere you can use your photography skills.

8. Make a good first impression with outstanding work ethics and skills. You have to stand out if you want to succeed in this field.

Now, as you are fully prepared for the professional traveling photographer post, it is time to start earning more money from the job.

Write Hotel Reviews for Travel Agents

Many travel agents and websites are more than willing to pay you for reviews and photos of hotels and hostels. This is your opportunity to earn a little extra cash while traveling. Your hotel reviews will be more convincing if you actually have the experience of staying at the said place.

Put Advertisements in Your Photography Blog

Good photos of attractive places or events will invite travel and photography enthusiasts to your blog. Join affiliate marketing by posting ad banners or writing product reviews in your blog. The more people visit your blog, the better chance you'll get the money from the ads.

Sell Stock Photos

Join stock photography websites that accommodate and sell your travel photographs. Your selling stock photos for designers who look for instant pictures for low budgeted projects can be beneficial. When these designers download your work, you will be properly rewarded.

Participate in Competitions

This is probably not a real job, but if you are quite adept in photography, participating in some photographic competitions never hurts. The prize you get from a competition can be higher than what you get from selling regular photos.

Write and Sell Photography Book

With photo book you can reach your customer directly. Photo book functions just like a photo blog for people who opt for the printed version. Your book can function as a bible for travelers as well as an inspiration for other traveling photographers.

Conclusion

Now that you know how to become a traveling photographer and earn money from it, it's time for you to take action by picking your camera, order a ticket to travel, and start capturing moments!

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Scenery photography commandments and broken

scenery photography
by Andy Hares

Article by Bcpowerbattery.co.uk

Follow the proposed the ten commandments landscape photography works to improve the composition, the exposure and graphics, but breaking them at the right time, still can release more creative ideas. Photography is an art, any art performance are in constant break the routine. However, a master the basic principles of the landscape photography to our photography creation is beneficial, timely adjust, break, betrayal these principles to our photography creation will also work well. Understand the basic principles of the landscape photography and understand these principles is suitable to break the inevitable stage photography level progress. Just begin to contact landscape photography, the some classical landscape photography theory can make your work level advance by leaps and bounds. For example, how to realize the maximization of the depth of field adjust aperture, used to guide line or prospect the center of interest to attract view, and so on, this is a special meaning for shooting. If you just mechanical apply the principles in their every time the creation of scenery, your work will soon become rigid, and and the work of others identical. How to balance theory and individual character, is a kind of art, also is the purpose of this project. In addition to introduce some enduring scenery photography theory, we also talks about the equipment needed for landscape photography. Hope this issue of the project can give everybody the scenery photography creation bring more confidence. The first commandment: the golden time landscape photography Night shoots can make pictures of you become very interesting scenery photography creation not only depends on the focal length of the lens aperture, and use of the filter, also depends on before the cameras plan, prepare and photographs when the patience to wait. Before shooting it will take a little time to check the weather forecast, research shooting position, waiting for the light coming, not to the scene to survey the terrain and the shooting Angle. If you start the correct time, then wait for the "right" light the time needed for the arrival will much shorter. Choose a summer when it was time to go out at noon take pictures, waiting for your will is malevolent sunshine, black and short shadows and highlights the pale, originally rugged mountains in such light conditions lost stereo feeling, let a person feel boring. But if you in the sun will rise or fall just a few hours of film, then downy light will be left behind in the scenery long shadow, appear lasting appeal is dye-in-the-wood. In addition, this time more warm light, make the whole scene than noon looks more beautiful, more picturesque. This period of landscape photographers mouth "quality time" is not long, want to seize the opportunity will have to choose, ahead on reservation, adjust composition, the tripod, think to use filter, just wait for the perfect light on stage. If is the morning, in the sun rises before go out. The big summer, photographers to the silent in the morning to come out, but to do so is worth it, and when the dawn in mist play, the sunlight in the dew of laugh, and the scene is in front of you live up, moments that make pictures is full of intelligence of animals. If you do not have method really up that early, balance of the meter is carries on the creation in the evening. Although can't see the sun in the dew of the beauty of the project, but the night close the flowers all reveal the petals of their appearance. In addition, this time also adjust composition than the sun didn't come out of time much easier. The evening light though and early morning, Angle are large, but the tone and the morning have very big distinction. How to break commandments: In fact there is no need to make shooting time limit in the above two time, as long as it can find the filming site, "appropriate" shot a lot. For example the lighthouse and coast, and the blue sky is a good match. Another example said the woods, in the midday sun like leaves in flash, is also very beautiful. The sun rises before and after sunset as can take photos and then into the sky and the light of the moon reflects downy light. After several minutes after exposure, will get a refreshing picture. So do need strong good on a tripod, and choose the firm ground as support. The lightness of the beach or fast water stream are not the right choice. Then will camera Settings for B door, and use the shutter release trigger shutter, long exposure. At night, the focus is a serious problem, the best camera will switch to the manual focus mode, the use of ultra focal length shooting mode. Use of the lens of distance scales as reference, will focus on the scene in the third set, and then through the narrow way of aperture expanding of the depth of field. For with the focal length of the scenery as usual in the 35 mm wide Angle lenses for, aperture received f / 11, has been a considerable scope of the depth of field. The full picture of the digital camera photographic components smaller, the scope of the depth of field is bigger. Switch to GanGuangDu camera is high, and use maximum aperture shooting, so as to calculation was at night time exposure determine the exposure value a good method, GanGuangDu or aperture each reduce a block, the corresponding shutter speed will need to improve a block. If the test USES exposure value of 2 seconds, aperture f / 2.8, GanGuangDu ISO3200, then in GanGuangDu for ISO100 corresponding exposure when value is 64 seconds, f / 2.8 or 16 minutes, f / 11. Another when shooting in the night, still need to open the camera's long time exposure noise function, but this way each picture of the time is taken for twice as long. Long exposure time will soon put the battery power in all, winter night temperature is low, the battery with faster. Before going out with a few pieces filled with some more electric batteries, avoid because electricity shortage and miss beauty.

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Fashion Photography, a little history ad guidance

fashion photography
by Ricardo Muñoz Carter

Article by Anthony Scalzitti

Magazines such as Allure, Vogue and Vanity Fair are known to display some of the best fashion photography that you will ever come across. Photography is a way of showcasing models wearing the trends in clothes, jewelry, sunglasses, hairstyles, necklaces, shoes and other items. The first known record of fashion photography was the portfolio of the Countess de Castiglione, Virginia Oldoini in 1856. The world's first fashion photographer was Adolphe Braun, as he was the one responsible for shooting the first fashion model. Spark and color were added to fashion magazines once halftone printing was introduced to the fashion photography industry. The first magazines to make use of fashion photography were the French magazines Les Mode and La Mode Practique.

At first, fashion photography consisted of staging the shoots in natural environments using natural poses. Baron Adolf de Meyer was the person who first developed and adopted this practice. In the first part of the 20the century, the magazines that were the leaders were Harper's Bazaar and Vogue. The moguls of the industry still pay tribute to the likes of Yva, Edward Steichen and Cecil Beaton, and George Hoyningen Huene. These were the individuals who help to establish fashion photography in Europe. Irving Penn, Richard Avedon and Martin Munkacsi made significant contributions after World War II.

A majority of the artists of earlier times deserted their adopted forms, and took on a more independent and natural style. 1936 was the year that models were first photographed at the beach in different poses, by Martin Munkacsi. After World War II, fashion photography became quite popular among young men who loved to hold a camera in their hands, and among young women who had the ideal body type of a fashion model. Today, fashion photography has evolved into a life of its own. Models and photographers are now seen as international celebrities, and enjoy the lifestyle of the rich and glamorous. But make no mistake this it is no easier for the photographer then it is the models, only a small percentage of those trying to make it actually succeed.

Fashion can be showcased in various avenues. Some of these well appreciated and well paid avenues include celebrity portraiture, art photography and fashion advertising. Fashion moguls such as agent Gloria Cappelletti and photo editor Clio McNicholl both agree that the fashion photography industry is quickly evolving.

For anyone wanting to become a fashion photographer it is important to keep up on trends and aesthetics of the industry. Study the images in the top fashion publications and try to understand the images and what attracts editors to them. Its interesting to look back at some of the really great photographers from a few decades ago. Interesting that some of the fashion photographers appear to have disappeared. The ones still shooting are the ones that accept change and reinvent their style all the time, fashion photography can become dated almost as quickly as the fashions they showcase.

As a professional photographer, apart from your camera, the most important tool that you can own is your portfolio. Your portfolio is actually your gateway to the industry. There are certain guidelines that you must follow when submitting your portfolio to a fashion editor. Once you are able to follow these guidelines correctly, you will on your way to becoming one of the world's renowned fashion photographers.

About the Author

Anthony is an Fashion Photographer serving the Atlanta metro area and although his work may have him traveling all around the US or even father you can see his fashion, beauty and commercial work at:

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Going To Have Fashion Photography Session?

fashion photography
by nuuhah

Article by David Locke

Fashion photography. Not a lot of people have the chance to witness, much more experience, fashion photography sessions. And now it's your turn! Well, unless you're a professional fashion model or you have been regularly undergoing a ton of photoshoots in the past, chances are you're a bit concerned (worried, even) now that you are going to have your very own fashion photography session. Alas, you need not fret. There are simple and pretty easy to do tips for you to follow.

Here are some of those helpful reminders for you to remember now that you are going to have your very own fashion photography session.

1. Get to know your photographer. It pays to build some kind of rapport with your fashion photographer. You can either visit his studio or you can invite him for coffee or a quick snack before the fashion photography session. Have a casual chat with your fashion photographer. Know what he likes and what he envisions your photo shoot to be. This way, not only will you know beforehand the do's and don'ts during your fashion photography session but you will also get to know your photographer more. You will know his work experience, his previous clients, his past photo shoots and even a bit of his personality. Who knows - that fashion photography session may just be the first of many!

2. It pays to feel relaxed. Nothing beats feeling comfortable and relaxed so that you would end up looking your best in front of the camera. So exactly how do you do this? Get a lot of sleep before the fashion photography session. Drink lots of water, drink your vitamins, play some of your favorite songs and maybe even sing a few tunes. Do things that will make you feel at ease. Some professional models even vouch that calling a very good friend and sharing a laugh or a joke before a fashion shoot can help them feel relaxed. Also, don't forget to ask your fashion photographer for pieces of advice on how to build a relaxed, comfy atmosphere during the fashion photography session. Who knows - your fashion photographer may even want you to put your favorite songs on full blast during the shoot!

3. If you want specific shots taken or if you have a specific style of photography in mind, do share this with your fashion photographer. It's best that he already knows what you prefer from the get-go. This will help avoid possible misunderstanding or confusion between the two of you. If you have pictures that can help shape or define your preferred look or outcome, do share these with your photographer. These pictures may be those that you came across with over the web or in magazines. Now if you aren't sure, though, of what you like, ask your fashion photographer if he has pictures of his previous fashion photography clients that you can check. Alternatively, you may want to peruse his portfolio and see if any of his previous works strike you.

4. Arm yourself with the right pieces of clothing, shoes, accessories and make-up for you to use during your photo shoot. If you can bring someone like a personal assistant or even a hairdresser, hairstylist or a make-up artist with you at the set, the better. Remember, you need not bring your entire closet to the set. Just bring the right style and the most appropriate clothes for the shoot. Since it's a fashion photography session, it's advisable to bring clothes that flatter your figure, party clothes, gowns and the like. It's best if you ask your fashion photographer beforehand if he has any suggestions as to which types of clothes to bring. Usually, 5 sets of clothes are more than enough. As for accessories, bring a lot of these! In fact, the rule of thumb during fashion photography sessions is - there can never be too many accessories! Accessories such as bangles, funky earrings, bib necklaces and fancy scarves can always liven up any outfit. Shoes, hair and make-up should also be appropriate and of course, stylish. If you can do your hairstyle and make-up on your own, remember to spice this up for the shoot and also remember to retouch. It is still most highly recommended, though, to bring your own hairstylist and make-up artist in order to avoid delays and other hassles.

5. Trust your fashion photographer. Remind yourself that he knows what he's doing and that he's a professional at work. So just relax, feel beautiful and let your photographer do his magic!

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