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The End of Good Enough: Are Clients Waking Up to the Value of High Quality Photography?

Photographer Joseph Cristina thinks the era of “good enough” is ending, and that’s great news for photographers. In a recent vlog, Cristina explains why he thinks professional photographers are going to benefit from a “return to quality” as more and more clients get burned by sub-par work. It’s not often we hear a positive hot […] petapixel.com

2019-11-20 22:02

8 Powerful Lenses That Make Wildlife Photography Easy

There's always a lot of talk about street, portrait, sports, landscape, and the documentary genres of photography, but little about the wildlife and birding genres. It seems as though lens manufacturers are taking note of the growing popularity of these two categories, though, as there are more and more lenses hitting the market now that are suited to this type of work. thephoblographer.com

2019-11-3 07:00

Review: Amber (A Personal Hybrid Cloud Device for Photographers)

As photographers, the issue of where to store our images has been an age-old challenge that goes back to the analog days of prints and negatives. While the shift to digital meant that most of our images now exist virtually, we live in an age where everyone has a camera in their pockets, and the ever-increasing megapixel count has resulted in the continued growth of raw file sizes. thephoblographer.com

2019-10-16 13:00

Terrible Real Estate Agent Photos are a Reminder Not Everyones a Pro!

At an age when nearly everything is researched, ordered, and booked online, professional photographs are now more important than ever. The real estate industry is, of course, no exception. How a space is photographed is crucial to it getting booked or rented out, so it's definitely something best left to a professional photographer. thephoblographer.com

2019-10-1 16:00