This week’s meme is inspired by my mother-in-law, Alice, that’s her in the purple at the back of the shot. Alice lives in the house she was born in, on a croft on the Isle of Harris in the Outer
In the first post of this two part series, I talked about using free and low cost stock images to supplement your custom professional images. I also higlighted the importance of knowing when stock works, and when stock sucks! If you’re
Images sell. Presenting a cohesive set of images, consistent with your brand, will give your marketing a really professional polish. But when you’re just starting out, money can be tight. Not all photographers will choose to tell you this, but
I was talking to a potential client recently about panning. Panning is a creative technique used to freeze action and blur the surroundings. It’s used to portray speed, where you have a moving object, such as a car, or racehorse.
Got an expensive DSLR camera? (DSLR = digital single lens reflex, aka a big one you can changes lenses on.) Still using it in auto? You’re not alone! In an earlier blog I discussed the drawbacks of committing to a
(This article was originally created as a Facebook Note on my Facebook page – Alison Read Digital Content) After yesterday’s blogtastic adventures, I was talking to someone this morning about linking your blogs into Facebook; whether to reproduce the full
Want to take great photos? Thinking of getting a fancy camera so you can do just that? Maybe someone said you should get a DSLR, but you’re not even sure you know what that is… Well, in the old days,