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You can take stock photos of people doing simple things like eating or drinking

Tips For Taking Stock Photos That Sell (From Our Photo Shoot In France)

Lise Gagne got fired from her job because she couldn’t focus. She was too obsessed with this new thing… taking stock photos and selling them online. Her friends and family thought she was crazy… until she started making a living this way. Ten years later, she’s one of the top stock photographers in the world… […]

As a travel photographer, you need to be prepared to work around common travel photography challenges

Bad Weather, Builders On Site, Doors Closed: How To Deal With Common Travel Photography Challenges

There’s a sign at the beginning of a trail in Rocky Mountain National Park that reads: “The Mountains Don’t Care.” In other words, even if you love nature and its beauty, nature couldn’t care less about you—so be prepared for anything. The same applies to travel photography. Even the best laid travel and photography plans […]

It's not always possible to capture your intended subject when on a photography assignment. Sometimes you have to get creative...

Photographing On Assignment: How To Exercise Your Creative Freedom

Over the past 14 years, I’ve worked on a number of assignments, ranging from a simple image of a cup of hot cocoa… to a magazine cover shot involving models, lights, and assistants… to a six-week assignment for a Frommer’s travel guide about Puerto Rico.  During the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta Photography Expedition this week, we […]

Top 4 Habits Of Creative People That Can Help Your Photography Success

I’m fascinated by the creative process. I want to understand it so that I can be creative myself and share my knowledge with others.  During our photography workshop at the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, we talked a lot about photo composition—something that will definitely help to improve your work.   But I also encouraged attendees to […]

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