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Real Estate Photography Questions From Readers

I answer a lot of PFRE reader questions via email. I thought it may be useful to answer these questions publicly so more people can join in answering the questions. Answers from several thousand people are better than answers from just one person! Here are some recent reader questions: Tom’s Question:

April 3rd, 2014 | Posted in email,IS,News,Reader Questions | Read More »

Work: Weekly Photography Challenge

This week your challenge is to take a photo and then share it on the theme of WORK. Work is something most of us do in one form or another – whether that be paid work, work raising a family, work at school, work in the garden…. or somewhere else.

June 1st, 2012 | Posted in 2012,3,Challenge,Digital,digital photography,Digital Photography Tips,Family,Flickr,IS,landscapes,Lighting,original,photo,Photographer,photographers,Photography,Photography School,Photography Tips,Photos,Portrait,Portrait Photography,Reader Questions,Tips,Twitter,wedding,wedding photography,work | Read More »

Work: Weekly Photography Challenge

This week your challenge is to take a photo and then share it on the theme of WORK. Work is something most of us do in one form or another – whether that be paid work, work raising a family, work at school, work in the garden….

June 1st, 2012 | Posted in 2012,3,Challenge,Digital,digital photography,Digital Photography Tips,Family,Flickr,IS,landscapes,Lighting,original,photo,Photographer,photographers,Photography,Photography School,Photography Tips,Photos,Portrait,Portrait Photography,Reader Questions,Tips,Twitter,wedding,wedding photography,work | Read More »

Work: Weekly Photography Challenge

This week your challenge is to take a photo and then share it on the theme of WORK. Work is something most of us do in one form or another – whether that be paid work, work raising a family, work at school, work in the garden…. or somewhere else.

June 1st, 2012 | Posted in 2012,3,Challenge,Digital,digital photography,Digital Photography Tips,Family,Flickr,IS,landscapes,Lighting,original,photo,Photographer,photographers,Photography,Photography School,Photography Tips,Photos,Portrait,Portrait Photography,Reader Questions,Tips,Twitter,wedding,wedding photography,work | Read More »

Work: Weekly Photography Challenge

This week your challenge is to take a photo and then share it on the theme of WORK. Work is something most of us do in one form or another – whether that be paid work, work raising a family, work at school, work in the garden…

June 1st, 2012 | Posted in 2012,3,Challenge,Digital,digital photography,Digital Photography Tips,Family,Flickr,IS,landscapes,Lighting,original,photo,Photographer,photographers,Photography,Photography School,Photography Tips,Photos,Portrait,Portrait Photography,Reader Questions,Tips,Twitter,wedding,wedding photography,work | Read More »

Before and After: Weekly Photography Challenge

This week your challenge is to take and share a photo (or photos) on the theme of ‘Before and After’. You can interpret the theme in any way that you choose. You may wish to make it a bit of a post production challenge (and share a photo before and after you processed it with your favourite processing software), you may choose to capture an event (before and after a kids birthday party for example), you may wish to photograph the same scene before and after sunset, a hair cut, a…

December 2nd, 2011 | Posted in CES,Challenge,Digital,digital photography,Digital Photography Tips,Flickr,IS,original,photographers,Photography,Photography School,Photography Tips,Photos,Portrait,Portrait Photography,Reader Questions,Software,Tips,Twitter,wedding photography | Read More »

Panning: Weekly Photography Challenge

Image by Sam Javanrouh This week your photographic challenge is to take and share a photo that uses the technique of panning.

November 25th, 2011 | Posted in Challenge,Digital,Digital Photography Tips,Flickr,IS,ISO,original,photographers,Photography,Photography School,Photos,Portrait,Portrait Photography,Reader Questions,Technique,Tips,Twitter,wedding photography | Read More »

Panning: Weekly Photography Challenge

Image by Sam Javanrouh This week your photographic challenge is to take and share a photo that uses the technique of panning. We’ve written a tutorial previous on how to master the art of panning (also check out this one on panning too )so you may like to go read that one first – but the challenge essentially revolves around photographing a moving subject and attempting to keep it in focus by panning your camera along with it

November 25th, 2011 | Posted in Challenge,Digital,Digital Photography Tips,Flickr,IS,ISO,original,photographers,Photography,Photography School,Photos,Portrait,Portrait Photography,Reader Questions,Technique,Tips,Twitter,wedding photography | Read More »

If You Had $2000 to Spend on Camera Gear… What Would You Buy?

We’ve done this hypothetical exercise the last couple of years in the lead up to Christmas and it has been a lot of fun.

November 25th, 2011 | Posted in Accessories,Cameras,Cameras and Equipment,canon,CES,D3100,Digital,Digital Photography Tips,gear,General,IS,Lenses,original,photographers,Photography,Photography School,Portrait,Portrait Photography,Reader Questions,Tips,V1,wedding photography,work | Read More »

How did You Get Your First Paying Photography Job?

Image by Roberto Carlos Pecino This is a question I get a lot from aspiring pro photographers – h ow do I get my first paid photography gig? For me it was a close friend who saw some of my portraits of family and friends who asked me to do his wedding. Despite trying to dissuade him for months before the wedding I ended up with the job – partly due to his limited budget and partly because it was a reasonably small and informal affair.

May 22nd, 2011 | Posted in bw,Cameras,CES,Commercial,Digital,Family,Flickr,Going Pro,IS,Lenses,Photography,Photography School,Photos,Portrait,Portrait Photography,Portraits,Portraiture,Reader Questions,Tips,Travel Photography,Weddings | Read More »

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