How To Sell Your Photos If You Shoot: Landscapes
So you like to shoot landscapes. When the weekend rolls around you like nothing more than to pack up your camera and head to somewhere pretty and photogenic, a place filled with trees and dappled sunlight or snow and rocks. You probably already have a hard drive filled with beautiful photos of beautiful places. It would just be great if you could sell them. You can sell them. It takes effort and planning. The sales won’t pile in overnight. But it is possible to turn a love of landscape photography into a revenue stream — and possibly even a career. First, though, you have to shoot the right images. Hikers might take their cameras with them when they walk but photographers plan their trips according to the time to see their subjects in their best light. To capture one image, Scott Leggo, an Australian professional landscape photographer, first visited the area around Mount Hotham, a mountain resort in Victoria. Having scouted the region for good locations in the summer, he returned in the winter to capture a shot of a tree buried by snowfall. On the first day, the weather wasn’t right. Nor on the second. It took several days […]
06 Ноя 2014 in all about photo, by
Fujifilm X100T Review
Ease of Use At first glance the new Fujifilm X100T is almost identical in appearance to its immediate predecessor, the X100S — most of the improvements to the X100T have been made «under the hood». As with the previous models, the X100T is another classically styled rangefinder-esque camera, with the same non-interchangeable 23mm fixed focal length lens, comparatively large body, and emphasis on a manual way of shooting. Once again the Fujifilm X100T is a very well-built camera, with absolutely no flex or movement in it chassis thanks to the die-cast magnesium alloy top and base plates and machined control dials. At the same time, it’s actually a little lighter than a first glance might suggest, weighing in at 440g with the battery and memory card fitted. Measuring (W) x 74.4mm (H) x 52.4mm (D), it’s ever so slightly slimmer than the X100S, though you’d never be able to spot the difference. The X100T is supplied with a push-on, lined lens cap to help protect its 23mm optic, although there’s no way to connect it to the camera. You can use filters with the X100T, but only by removing the ring at the front of the lens and buying the […]
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