This is the third is our series on recommended photography websites that will help you develop your photography and perhaps provide a little inspiration.
Make sure you have a look at 5 great photography websites for ideas, inspiration and learning and 5 more great Photography websites
New Media Photographer
The excellent digital marketing blog and podcast from Rosh Sillars is certainly worthy of a bookmark. There’s many podcasts I listen to but very few I subscribe to…. New Media Photographer is the exception.
Rosh has recently published The Linked Photographers’ Guide to Online Marketing and Social Media with co-author Lindsay Alder which is certainly worth a read.
I’ve picked out three posts that you might to direct your browser towards….
Scott Kelby’s Photoshop Insider
Editor and Publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Editor-in-Chief of Layers Magazine; training director and instructor for the Adobe Photoshop Seminar Tour, President National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), CEO of Kelby Media Group, author of a string of bestselling technology books. Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, author of numerous Photoshop training DVDs and online courses, and co-host of PhotoshopTV, and D-Town TV. 10 jobs, little sleep.
Here’s a few posts you’ll hopefully enjoy….
Digital Photo Buzz
Digitalphotobuzz.com created to help photographers keep up with the latest in the photography industry as well as be inspired to continue to grow their art. The website was started by award winning wedding & portrait photographer Mark Stagi to help share his knowledge of photography as well
as tips and tricks to running a successful business.
We’ve picked out a few posts….
Digital camera reviews, photography techniques, galleries and forums…..ePHOTOzine pretty much has it all!
The forums are a wonderful resource and there is an abundance of content but one feature we really like is the monthly Photo Calendar.
Check out the last few months….. loads of great stuff…
What is Photopreneur?
Photography is changing. Digital cameras have made taking photographs easier, cheaper and even more enjoyable than before. The Internet has created whole new markets — and new ways of reaching those markets. And even mobile phones have made it comfortable to carry a camera everywhere and all the time — a habit that once only dedicated professionals indulged in.
Photopreneur exists to identify the new opportunities that these changes are churning up for professionals, hobbyists and for camera-owners who want to earn from their photography.
Photopreneur have published a great selection of books including….
There’s also some eBooks……
But now for some great free content…….