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Fighting to Find Blog Content? Eight More Ideas for Photographers – Part 2

“Blogging is not rocket science. It’s about being yourself, and putting what you have into it.” – Anonymous

Photodex doesn’t just build terrific software they’re helping to build stronger presentations for every photographer. Their website and blog is loaded with great content, and their partnership with SCU is all about helping you raise the bar on your business and skill set.Continue reading

8 Tips to Getting a Sharper Image

Have you ever taken an unintentional blurry photo? Getting a sharp and crisp photo can sometimes be a little difficult. To make it easier we’ve made a list of tips that will surely help you capture that awesome photo. Continue reading

Shooting on Location at Night

Photo By: Suzette Allen

Intro By Skip Cohen

Every week I share a new post in the ProShow Annex. They rotate between “Building Your Business,” my own “Photodex Friday” and “Suzette Says”, but they all share a common denominator – helping you bring slideshows into your business model.Continue reading

ProShow Web and Hybrid Technology at Its Very Best

Intro by SCU President and founder of Marketing Essentials International, Skip Cohen
Just a few days ago Suzette shared the post below, but I’ve expanded it with two more videos of Panasonic’s LUMIX Luminary team. Without ProShow Web these would have taken her hours to create.Continue reading

Stolen Moments?

Today’s guest post comes from landscape and portrait photographer Gareth Rockliffe

I’m often asked, “Does taking a photograph of a scene steal the moment from you?” This assumes that I’m so busy trying to capture the moment, that I actually end up not experiencing it. It’s a valid point, and to some extent, true. What I experience is inevitably going to be different from what I would have, had I not taken the time to take the photograph.Continue reading

How to Photograph at Night

Have you taken a photo of the moon, lit up city skyline, or stars and it doesn’t turn out how you expected? Night photography can be difficult so we’ve made a list of tips to help you take that awesome night picture. We’ve also found some great collections of night photography for inspiration to get y’all started.Continue reading

365-Day Photo Project

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Are you looking to develop your photography skills? Challenge yourself this year and start a 365-day photo project. That’s right…one photo every day for a year!Continue reading