Morning everyone -
I’m adding a new feature to this blog titled “Sunday Photography Links” which I’ll publish every week. The purpose of these weekly posts is to point out great photography blogs, articles and/or photos that I ran across the previous week.
Enjoy…and look for this every Sunday.
- The Definitive List of Online Photography Magazines | Resources
PhotoArgus has put together a great list of Online Photography Magazines. Some awesome websites and photos here…check them out.
- 5 sure fire tips for better Bird photography – D.W. Maiden Photography
Great tips for better bird photography
- Wildlife Shooting Tips/Workflow by Scott Bourne on Photofocus
Scott Bourne provides good insight into his workflow for shooting wildlife and birds.
- Organize Batteries Neatly in Ammo Boxes by Michael Zang on Petapixel
If you find yourself carrying around loose batteries all the time, here’s an organization tip: store batteries in ammo boxes.
- Business Goals Are Like Dieting on| Phaim (fāme) — Larry Becker’s Blog
Quote: If you love what you do for a living, you’ll likely be far more successful than if you just find a way to make some money but you dread going to work. If you don’t enjoy photography or design, find something you enjoy and figure out how that can be converted into an income-producing business.
- Google Analytics for Photographers: Answering Your Questions by Kim Larson on Black Star Rising
Kim Larson provides a good tutorial on Google Analytics for photographers
- Who’s On Your Team? Photographers Need A Network. « Photofocus
Quote: If you find yourself in a dark lonely place because your loved ones don’t support your decision to be a photographer, try stepping out into the light. For every person who doesn’t support you – I bet you can find one who does.
- Instead of focusing on the image, focus on everything around the image by Taylor Davidson
Quote: Creating rich, immersive and scalable experiences is the biggest opportunity in marketing today, and “experience artists” are going to play a large, rich role in marketing going forward.