Tidbit Tuesday: Photo Licensing Debunked
“Images are the intellectual property of the creator, but for that property to generate income, photographers have to know their production costs, the value of their work, and the value of the usage their client is licensing.” Most photographers view photography as the art form it is. Those of us
Tidbit Tuesday: Is it Cool for Your Boss to Have You Work a Full Day for a Half Day’s Pay?
No? Than why would you bargain with the creative expert you are hiring to complete your project for you? You’re essentially asking for them to do the same thing. Some people may feel that photographers, retouchers, graphic designers, web developers, dancers, make up artists, art directors, inventors, etc and etc
Tidbit Tuesday: Skin Pores Are Beautiful!
I cannot fathom how many times I’ve surfed through beauty and fashion photos only to find mannequins and dolls where humans should be. It’s one thing to purposefully develop an artistic photo which utilizes a human subject to create a mannequin or a doll or a cyborg, it’s another to
Tidbit Tuesday: Removing A Watermark is Illegal
Every photographer is protective of their work and most take the extra step to watermark their images due to the wide spread, rapid use of the internet. A digital watermark is a logo or text signature that is placed over an image to clearly state the owner of the image
Tidbit Tuesday: Compiling a Portfolio
I’m constantly browsing photography magazines, sites, and blogs to learn new techniques as well as receive a refresher for things I may have forgotten. During a recent trip to Barnes & Noble, I flipped through the latest issue of Turning Pro. I found myself wrapped in the article “Are you