Photo etiquette seems to be on the decline lately. Essentially, some people think that posting a photo online is a request for advice or critique. They don’t seem to understand that unsolicited critiques are inherently rude and arrogant behavior. It’s as unwelcome as stealing someone else’s photo to use as an example.
Which is more important in the education vs experience debate? Does the question even enter your mind when you view a photo?
Have you been asked to let someone use your work for exposure? What is the value of your photo? That’s a question we’d all like to answer. The problem is that there are many people who want to use your photo, but they don’t want to pay you for the privilege. Instead, they tell you […]
Should You Post Photos On Social Media Or Your Blog? There are plenty of places to share your photos online, but which one is the best for your needs? Before you attempt to become the King of Instagram or the Queen of Pinterest, spend a moment or two thinking about how the traffic you get […]