Having a friend photograph your wedding can seem like a great way to save some cash, but all too often it ends in disaster. The link I’m about to post to is self-explanatory, and I applaud the honesty of the writer for being prepared to share the horrors of enlisting the help of a friend […]
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I think there is often some confusion these days when it comes to printing, in fact I am occasionally asked what kind of prints I supply, or even if today’s prints are ‘real photographs’, since they’re borne from digital media. I hope the following questions and answers will be helpful. What kind of printing processes […]
You’ve completed a lifestyle location portrait shoot, you’ve downloaded, backed up, edited, processed, retouched, and presented your images to the client, and they’ve chosen their finished products. Understandably many clients may feel that at this stage our job is done, but product design, particularly album design, is something of an art form in itself, and […]
I occasionally write articles detailing the many misconceptions which surround the photographic industry. More usually this involves subjects such as copyright or image usage, but any member of the public who is not experienced in taking or purchasing photographs may not be aware of the depth and variety within the industry. I think that many […]
Those of you who are regular visitors to this Blog may well have read some of our articles concerning Copyright and image usage. Those guides are mostly aimed at photographers. In giving photographers a good grounding in the subject, this piece will also help to inform end-users, more specifically our clients, on the legal and practical points of […]