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Want to take photos? (Yes!) Want to make money? (Yes!) Want to do both at once? (Double yes!)
Photo jobs aren’t as rare as one may think. Whether you’re looking for a full-time gig or simply want to make a little extra cash, you just gotta know where to look and how to market yourself.
So we’ve got tips to help you find work while simultaneously making it easier for employers and customers to find you.
Get ready to call yourself a working photographer! Cha-ching!
Ta-da! We’re about to reveal our best tricks for creating magical photo effects.
With a little collection of ordinary objects you can make your photos extraordinary.
Turn the whole world into a whole rainbow party, transform a handful of flour into a majestic cloud, paint the night sky with light and more.
Read on and you too can put the special in special effect photography.
Store shelves are lined with teddy bears, hearts, and a lot of pink stuff. Valentine’s Day is right around the corner!
And with V-Day comes many happy couples whose adorableness is just begging to be captured on camera for all to see and “squee!” over.
Photographing all those pretty pairs of people can be a tad awkward though, so we’ve put together our very best tips to help make the process fun and pain free!
Read on and you’ll be capturing memories sweeter than a heart-shaped box of chocolate.
Oh, the weather outside is frightful. But photographing snow is so delightful!
It’s especially delightful when you know how to make the most of that sparkling, snow-covered landscape.
Check out our four tips for taking brrr-eautiful snow photos, and in no time you’ll be running around and enjoying the cold stuff as much as the sledders and snow-angel-makers.
We guarantee that the gorgeous winter shots you’re going to get are worth leaving the comfort of your heated blanket. (And hey, that blanket will still be waiting for you when you get home!)
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Reason #2654 why instant cameras are the coolest thing since sliced artisanal bread: portraits, baby!
Keep these tricks up your sleeve next time you’re photographing your friend/nanna/cat/batman figure to give your portraits a bit of POW!
Embrace instant and give your digital camera a rest, like, this instant.
Imagine a community of talented photographers who constantly inspire and encourage each other.
Sounds pretty awesome, huh? Good news: it’s real!
More good news: it’s on Tumblr and it has an open spot with your name on it!
The growing world of photogs on Tumblr is eagerly waiting for you to come by and contribute some of your amazingness. So we’ve listed 5 ways to help you get started and make the most of your Tumblr-ful experience.
Last night the confetti dropped and we cheered our way right out of 2014!
Now the time has come to get started on those New Year Resolutions. But hey, no need to fear. Resolutions can be fun!
This is especially true if you decide to try one or all seven of our Resolutions for Photogs in 2015.
Trust us, these are resolutions you’ll actually want to follow through on. Not only are they fun, but they’re sure to make this upcoming year the best ever in terms of some seriously cool photo feats.
“Oh my good gracious.” “How did you know?” “Eeeeeek!”
That’s just the kinds of things you should get used to hearing if you put any instant cameras under the tree this year.
To make sure your lucky giftees can start shooting on Christmas morning, we’re giving you (and untimately them) a free pack of film with every instant camera in our shop. TODAY ONLY!
So hurry up and browse our instant cams below and pick the perfect one for each of your lucky pals. The film’s on us.
The holidays snuck up on you a bit last year resulting in some less than stellar “gifts”… a stocking stuffed with actual socks and canned fruit?
Get a jump on things now and grab the stuff your friends and fam really want!
Take a gander at these 6 six brand new photo goodies (and a few old faves) we hand-picked to maximize your gift giving glory this year.