One of the most popular angles to shoot is from the photographer's standing point of view. While is fine with landscape and other general purpose photography, it does not create high impact visually arresting images.
Simon Gregor is a professional Macro photographer who doesn't really believe his job is 'work' at all. In this article, Simon shares a getting started guide for Macro photography, as well as his best tips for capturing the most best results.
So going out and shooting photos for yourself and others is fun, but to make a career out of being a photographer, you have to not only fill your portfolio with your best work, you have to make it appealing to potential employers, collaborators, and buyers. Here are some tips to start sprucing up your portfolio!
We live, eat, sleep, work and relax in colour. Our worlds are profoundly influenced by colour. We feel in colour and experience life in colour. So, we need to use colour to the best of our ability and create images reflecting this.
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