You may be amazing with a camera, but if the thought of being center of attention as a professional photographer scares you, don't worry!
If we define a “professional photographer” as someone who earns money from photography, then becoming a pro is super easy! If, however, you define pro photographer as someone who earns a good, consistent income from photography, well that’s a little more difficult. But all you need to make it is determination.
Mirrorless cameras stand on the brink of becoming the industry standard, ousting the technology that has been the mainstay of all photography for nearly 40 years. But what's so special about them? And why is this happening now?
Already a good photographer? Want to keep honing your photography skills? Have a read of this article for a free tip on how to keep improving!
Our Budget Pro Photography guide on how to save money on photography equipment - when to go for the budget options and when not to!
This is the eternal question for people starting their career in photography. Someone asks for a quote and you have no idea what to say... don't worry, we've got your back. Read on.
You don't need a degree to be a professional photographer. In fact, a degree may even be a bad thing. Take a read to find out our take on getting started in the industry.
Is analog a good budget alternative to digital? The short answer is yes. With film photography you can go from having zero kit to posting a photo on Instagram for less than a $20. And you definitely can’t say that about digital!
Do I need to edit my photos? Yes. A thousand times yes. You need to edit your photos. Actually, that’s not true. Everyone in the world doesn’t have to edit their photos. It’s not the law. But as you’re here, on a website about how to improve photography, you probably need to be editing.
Despite what people might tell you, or what you might read, you don’t need High Speed Sync (HSS) to freeze action! Here’s how you do it…