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How do your photography skills rate?

Here’s something you might want to check out… It’s a quick and easy assessment tool to identify your photographic strengths and any areas you might want to work on. It helps you assess the current state of your photographic skills and your business skills… something we all should be doing a bit more often! It’s very easy to get so caught up in the day-to-day […]

Colourful Houses Of Burano, Italy

These images showcase the bright colours, textures and details of the houses in Burano including window shutters, chimneys, canal mooring poles, boats, reflections, lamp posts and more. Burano is an island in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy; like Venice itself, it is an archipelago of 4 islands linked by bridges. It is a popular travel destination known for its lace work and brightly coloured homes […]

People Of Zambia

Traveling through Zambia was one of the most incredible experiences of my life. They have not much but are always happy, cheerful and friendly. Visiting a Sunday afternoon soccer match or waiting at the Zambezi river ferry, Zambia is such a vast and amazing country and offers so much. This country and its people grip your heart. Zambezi Sunset. Sunset at the Zambezi river with […]

Katherine Gorge Dreamtime Cruise

A trip to the Northern Territory is not complete without visiting the spectacular Nitmiluk Gorge. Open all year round, it features some of the most stunning gorge scenery in the Northern Territory, with raging waterfalls, a myriad of wildlife and breathtaking views of the Jawoyn country. Nitmiluk Gorge winds along 12km of sheer rock extending more than 70m high. Consisting of 13 separate gorges, Nitmiluk […]

Tropical Mission Beach And Dunk Island

Mission Beach is a natural midway point between Townsville and Cairns. It is an unspoilt tropical paradise of World Heritage rainforest fronting 14 kilometres of golden, sandy beach. The relaxed nature of Mission Beach makes it a great place for all sorts of travellers to visit. Whether you are a family seeking calm, safe waters for your kids to swim in or a backpacker on […]

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People Of Zambia

Traveling through Zambia was one of the most incredible experiences of my life. They have not much but are always happy, cheerful and friendly. Visiting a Sunday afternoon soccer match or waiting at the Zambezi river ferry, Zambia is such a vast and amazing country and offers so much. This country and its people grip your heart. Zambezi Sunset. Sunset at the Zambezi river with […]

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Wildlife Art – Its History and Development

Summary Some of the earliest of all known art (pre-historic cave and rock art) features wildlife. However, it might be more properly regarded as art about food, rather than art about wildlife as such. Then for a lot of the rest of the history of art in the western world, art depicting wildlife was mostly absent, due to the fact that art during this period […]

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Getting Organised For Stock

If you’re finding the prospect of ‘getting organised’ to start selling your photography a bit daunting, this will help. A lot of people worry (mistakenly) that they have to organise, catalogue and caption every single photo they’ve ever shot… before they start selling their photography through a stock library. The thing is, when you submit to a library you are actually cataloguing and captioning your […]

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Deer Hunting Trail Cameras – Brief History

Over the past 3 decades there has been a lot of people, hunters, outdoor enthusiast, birders and more are wanting to see wildlife in a more natural setting. As well as wildlife management organizations. With the advance in the technology of digital photography in the last 10 – 15 years that ‘want’ has become a reality with the advent of deer hunting trail cameras or […]

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10 Books Every Photographer Should Own

Here’s a list of recommended reading for photographers — of all levels — mostly it’s geared to stock, but there’s a few that cover essential business practices and a couple of my favourite ‘technique’ books as well. Remember to give any you’ve read and like a thumbs up, to help out the other photographers! Please add your comments below on any you’ve read… or any […]

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Photography Blogs & News Sites

Here’s a random selection of some of my favourite photography blogs, tutorials and news sites. It’s an eclectic mix, though to be honest I hadn’t been back to a lot of them for quite a while until I started preparing this post… now I’m itching to spend an afternoon poking around. Lots here so please enjoy…if you do visit any of these, please take a […]

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Can Animals and Animal Behaviors Predict the Weather

Do you think animals can predict the weather? In the USA, a groundhog is still used to predict the weather for up to six weeks in advance. If you see the groundhog’s shadow at noon on the 2nd of February, (Groundhog’s Day) then the weather will be cold and wintry for another six weeks. Have you ever heard the saying that dogs act nervous and […]

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Colourful Houses Of Burano, Italy

These images showcase the bright colours, textures and details of the houses in Burano including window shutters, chimneys, canal mooring poles, boats, reflections, lamp posts and more. Burano is an island in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy; like Venice itself, it is an archipelago of 4 islands linked by bridges. It is a popular travel destination known for its lace work and brightly coloured homes […]

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How to Review a Photograph

Whether you are reviewing one of your own photographs or some one else’s, there are certain rules of thumb that should be followed. The steps below offer a step by step approach to reviewing photographs and possibly offering advice. 1. Categorize the piece to a particular type: portrait, landscape, nature, wildlife, action…etc. Yes there is a difference between nature and wildlife photography. The point is […]

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8 Tips for Buying Your Drone

Businesses and consumers alike are finding new ways to use drone every day. From real estate to event photography to sports, drones are being used for a number of purposes. On top of that, people are finding drones to be a great past time activity too. This is the reason why there has been a spike in the demand of the drones and people all […]

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Become a Better Graphic Designer By Learning Photography

How to Become a Better Graphic Designer By Learning Photography! Believe it or not Photography can help you be a better Graphic Designer and Expand Your Creativity. GRAPHICS AND STOCK PHOTOS FOR THUMBNAILS http://graphicstock.refr.cc/8QZK7J9 CHECK OUT THE CREATIVE PRO ARTICLE WITH MORE TIPS 5 Ways Photography Skills Can Improve Your Graphic Design Becoming a better graphic designer, largely depends on expanding your creativity, your sense […]

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How to Review a Photograph

Whether you are reviewing one of your own photographs or some one else’s, there are certain rules of thumb that should be followed. The steps below offer a step by step approach to reviewing photographs and possibly offering advice. 1. Categorize the piece to a particular type: portrait, landscape, nature, wildlife, action…etc. Yes there is a difference between nature and wildlife photography. The point is […]

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28 Tips, Tricks, and Hacks for Adobe Photoshop CC

In this video and post I’ll cover 28 great features, tricks, hacks, and more of Adobe Photoshop CC 2015. Some are simple, some are difficult, some are well globaleyeimages’s insight: This post was handy to find a few new tricks but even more useful to be reminded about several I’d forgotten existed! See it on Scoop.it, via Selling Photography from Selling Photography | Scoop.it http://ift.tt/29zUmBQ […]

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Areas of Photography Based on Subjects

There are many different areas of photography based on its subjects. Here are a few of the different types of photography: Nature photography Nature photography captures pictures of the blessedness and beauty of nature. It encompasses landscape photography that exhibits the beauty of a place and its forms such as deserts, mountains and even waterfalls. Also it involves wildlife photography that takes pictures of animals […]

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Promote Your Photography Business With Google Maps

This is an optional-extra step you can take to give your Google My Business listing a real boost… often right to the top of the photography-related search results! It’s a part of our Google My Business Action Plan for Photographers…  it will make more sense if you read that first, especially if you arrived on this page from somewhere else. The idea is quite simple… […]

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Setting Up Your Google My Business Listing

This is step one of our 4-step process for utilizing Google’s MyBusiness listings. If you’ve arrived here directly, I’d encourage you to take a moment to read the introduction and view the complete Action Plan here. Otherwise, we’ll get right to it! To keep this simple, I’m going to assume you have a Google/Gmail account and that you are logged into Google. If you’re brand […]

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Google’s New My Business Listings

Google’s MyBusiness listings are without a doubt, the best free marketing real-estate on the internet. If you haven’t claimed a listing for your business… or you’ve never taken the time to properly optimize your listing… then you are quite literally throwing money away. I won’t bore you with a whole lot of random statistics, but I will tell you the numbers I came across when […]

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Tips for Better Real Estate or Architectural Photography

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The Best Cost of Doing Business Calculators for Photographers

I’m constantly surprised at how many photographers I talk to, who have simply no idea what it costs them to run their business each week. Usually the conversation starts with the photographer moaning about low prices and bargain-hunting photo-buyers, but can we really complain about people not paying enough for our work when we don’t even know how much we need for it to cover […]

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The kind of visuals being used in content creation is rapidly changing. Here we reveal 5 key image and video trends you need to know about.

The success of every creative project rests on the power of its visuals. So whether you’re using photography, video or a combination of the two, you need to know about the latest visual trends.globaleyeimages’s insight: This article was written for ‘designers’ but there’s a lot of good info and ideas in there for stock photographers wanting to tailor their shooting to market needs. See it […]

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How To Double Your Stock Photography Earnings

One of the first truisms I ever learned about stock photography was that images with model releases usually earn twice as much as non-released images. Now I’ll admin that was a loooong time ago, so I’m not sure whether that’s still an accurate number, but with so many amateur images in the market… and so many buyers wanting released images for non-commercial uses as well… […]

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30 Stunning Waterfall Images From Around The World

Here’s an inspiring selection of international waterfall photographs from selected GlobalEye Photographers showing that even the smaller, less-known cascades can offer some fantastic photo opportunities for a talented photographer… and great viewing for everyone else. If you’re a waterfall buff, make sure you keep count and see how many you recognise! Hopetoun Falls in the Otways forest, along the Great Ocean Road, Victoria Australia. Photo […]

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Adelaide International Horse Trials

Adelaide International Horse Trials Stock Photos Jenny Barnes has just released a new lightbox of Animals stock photos. Adelaide International Horse Trials is a four star event held in November each year. View the original post here for full details and to order images You can read the original article and more at: GlobalEye Stock

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