2015 Video Equipment Guide

If you already take photos when you travel, creating short video clips is an easy way to earn more money from the same trip without a lot of extra work. You need a camera that has a video feature… and you need a tripod (a microphone is recommended, too).  But if...

Using Shallow Depth of Field in Videos

As a travel videographer, you’ll always aspire to making your videos look more like a short movie.  So naturally, the movies shown at the cinema are a great source of inspiration. One of the things you’ll always see in a movie on a big screen, is shallow depth of...

How to Include Copyspace in Stock Photos

Last week I showed you three photos that sell really well as stock — read: thousands of times each! — that all have one simple thing in common: They all make really good use of copy space. Incorporating copy space into your stock photos is easy to do, and...

New Video: How to Set Up a Backyard Studio

I made a special video for Breakfast Stock Club Premium members recently that I’d like to share with you too. Most of us don’t have the luxury of taking photos in a fancy professional studio. However, with nothing but a table, some white poster board, and...

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