Pricing your photography

Tweet Pricing your photography As I was preparing an article on the importance of pricing your photography I came across this interesting blog post. http://caroltice.com/blog/27 This really got me thinking a lot about how we as artists approach our work. I came from an art background and when I started shooting weddings it just naturally happened. I did a few weddings from friends who wanted me to shoot their wedding and before I knew...

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OpenShade project

Tweet I know there have been a lot of photographers out there lately that have been using their art to give back to the community. Its awesome to see so many projects out there that are helping people out and really inspiring. From setting out on a few personal projects myself I know it can be a challenge to find ways to spread the word about your project and find information. For any of you who have personal projects in the works to...

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Our first giveaway

Tweet We are excited to announce our first giveaway to all of our readers. We have received a lot of great feedback in the last few months and want to thank you all for your support. We are going to giveaway a iPod Touch to one lucky reader. All you have to do is 2 simple steps; 1- Follow us on twitter here: http://www.twitter.com/digitalphotobuz 2- Post a tweet saying this: “Win a free iPod touch from @digitalphotobuz. Details...

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First annual holiday gift guide

Tweet For our first annual photography gift guide I thought we would keep things simple and affordable. I know its been a difficult year for a lot of people and instead of filling this list with awesome canon L lenses we will provide our top 10 photography related gifts for under $100. So drumroll please, our top 10 list of gifts for photographers (in no particular order) 10.  Good photography always starts with inspiration, and one...

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Understanding White Balance

Tweet We have received a few requests for posts dealing with white balance and it seems like there is a lot of confusion around this topic. The white balance in your camera is its way of trying to figure out the color temperature of the light when you are shooting each image. Most cameras come with a few standard settings for your white balance; Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Shade, Florescent, Tungsten, Kelvin, Flash and Custom. Getting...

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