Marioly Vazquez of Maria Marie has a unique, soft style as a photographer. Her pastel views of the places she has lived and visited stands out in an otherwise chaotic world. We talk to Maria about her style, what it’s like to document her life, and what inspired her new book.
Should you be displaying your photography on Behance, 500px, Tumblr and DeviantArt? We explore who these portfolio sites are best suited for, their pros and cons, whether they’re a good fit for your needs and how you can integrate them into your existing sites.
Marcus Soriano tells stories of American cities through his lens. In a series on San Francisco, Marcus was inspired by this neon-lit window sign of a fortune teller and a poem he wrote about telling a palm reader of the doubts he faces as an artist.
In your digital marketing arsenal, LinkedIn can be a powerful tool for making new business connections, generating profitable leads and building your overall brand. Here’s everything you need to know about using LinkedIn to market your photography business.
Histograms provide valuable information that can go a long way to streamlining your workflow as a photographer. Here’s what you need to know about what to look for in the details and how you can use them to get the perfect exposure every time.
Looking for more ways to market your photography business online? Pinterest has the potential to be an excellent resource for creative business owners who want to drive awareness, traffic and bookings on their websites. Here’s how it can help your marketing efforts.
Fine art fantasy photographer Bella Kotak spends most of her photographic time outdoors and has traveled the globe bringing her fairy tale visions to life. Today she tells us what gear she uses to create her magical, beautiful, and otherworldly images.
While on a road trip around the western states and Canada, outdoor photographer Stephen Shelesky made the mandatory stop for any traveler at Banff National Park. Breathtaking sights expected, he was still surprised to come across this pristine scene.
Twitter is a great way to engage in real-time conversation with people in your industry, as well as potential clients for your photography business. Here’s how you can use Twitter to connect with the people and experiment with different types of content to see what works.