Great stories from the world of Commercial Photography
This is the first of an occasional series of interesting Photography stories from around the web.
My hope is that they will inspire, interest, educate or at the least amuse.
Of course, we are all different but I’ve grouped these stories into how they got my attention:
DIY Photography have a great short explanation on the full frame v crop sensor comparison.
They use portrait photography as an example but you could easily apply this to other genres
such as product photography.
Ever looked at your holiday snaps and wondered how you could make them better?
The suggestions in this article this could be your answer.
This article on Digital Rev caught my eye. It shows what’s possible with some imagination and
I think, lots of time!
While most of us will never use a photo editor, this article on Peta Pixel explains the value of
using one if you have the money.
Never got into Hip-Hop much but I don’t need to with this inspirational idea of how you can
utilise your images and get an edge.
If you need any ideas on marketing yourself or your business, then Clint Nolan has an amazing prom mailer
These 2 are more than interesting, they are downright scary.
The first is one selfies on the go.
I wish I could say that as an Aussie it doesn’t happen in Australia but I have no doubt the numbers
per capita would be the same here.
Not quite so scary but quite revealing is the care taken by some of Amazon’s delivery contractors.
Let’s be fair though, this issue is not unique to Amazon.
And now for something cute:
With that I will leave you with Oscar Wilde who is meant to have said life is much too important to be
What he actually said was “Life is much too important a thing ever to talk seriously
Either way he was right.
If you liked this, please let me know in the comments section below.
Or if you want to contact me directly, you can sign up to be notified of any updates or new articles in
the sign-up section below.
You’ll get a handy free guide on how you can improve your marketing images.