How to Get Started in Stock Photography

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How to Get Started in Stock Photography
I wonder where the online industry would be if stock images and commercial photography had not been born? Although, this type of photography has been around well before the internet began, with print media and advertising campaigns. Now, with the internet, stock photography appears to have blasted like a rocket, to all homes. Instead of photographers seeking large advertising clients to use their images, now households can buy and use stock images from every day blogs to online advertisements, book covers and more. If you need an image, stock photography is generally the first point of call.

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When Photography Becomes Art

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When Photography Becomes Art
When photography combines with art, the creativity bursts out to the viewer’s eye. Art speaks to the viewer and individual person. Photography captured through the many variations of angles and lighting entices the viewer. Combine the two and the powerful message along with the perfect shot results in a masterpiece.

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Underwater photography inspiration: Ma Qirui

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Underwater photography inspiration: Ma Qirui
Ma Qirui proves that shooting underwater not only produces amazing photography, but the lengths needed to work underwater takes on a whole different meaning, to working from home.

Ma Qirui, 28 years old, from China, has built her own specially designed swimming pool, where she welcomes a swim (oh and a photo shoot).

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A Snapshot of Tim Aiken's Landscape Photography

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A Snapshot of Tim Aiken's Landscape Photography
What is mesmerizing about Tim Aiken’s work is, it draws you into the depths of nature’s abundant landscapes. Reminding all of us to take time away from the indoors and technology and to explore the wondrous natural world around us.

Photography can only be captured, when somebody falls head over heels for wanting to take and experiment amazing pictures that are awe-inspiring to them. Aiken shows that nature can come alive through images and highlight the magic that exists when explored.

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