So, you have a keen eye, you’re good with the gear, and your friends can’t stop gushing about your photography skills. Your dream of turning your photography into a full-fledged business may have come true, but marketing your craft is a different ball game altogether. So, here go five unbelievably creative and easy ways to help your work reach a wider audience. Rest assured, you don’t need a big budget for these. Read on!
Start a page on Facebook.
The first thing your prospective clients see is whether you have a presence on the biggest photo sharing social platform on the internet. Believe us, most of your clients are going to come from there. No matter how much you may detest the idea of it, create a Facebook page under your name, and start uploading your work. It looks professional, and helps your reputation level up.
1. Add people to your frame.
When clicking buildings or landscapes,spice up the frame by adding people to it. It can be friends or even strangers. This gives a sense of scale and depth and makes the photo more memorable.
Unless you plan to sit back at home catching up on movies this laid-back festive season, I’m assuming you’re planning a trip with your pals for the upcoming holidays. To document your epic trip in a way it deserves, why not read through the following hacks?
If you cannot stop yourself from clicking photos of those yummilicious dishes, then there is great news for you! Line Corporation has released a new app solely for food photography. ‘Foodie’ is a dedicated app that will make your dishes look even more lip-smacking!
Credits: Nik Stanbridge
Intro: Watch more and more black and white movies! Remember that old saying: 'When you photograph people in colour, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in B&W, you photograph their soul’? With more and more digital mediums surfacing today, B&W photography has become much easier than before. And yet, it remains a complicated form of art. It’s addictive – that’s for sure. So, to help you nail the basics, here go five unbelievably easy tricks that’ll enhance your photography:
1. Watch more and more B&W movies.
Movies from the bygone era represented every emotion with the right lighting. And that, is your cue to understand exactly what kind of B&W works for what shot. After all, there are so many versions of it! Try to notice the highs and the lows of B&W through these movies, and learn to adapt your style according to it.