Photography is not the cheapest 'hobby' or profession. Most equipment will easily empty your bank account for another month! With this in mind it is also difficult to know what to buy a photographer for Christmas, birthday or other occasion.
A business card should be memorable and provide the information necessary for a prospective client to easily contact you, should they require your services. For photographers (or other 'creatives'), a business card should also be an extension of your creativity, whilst remaining professional. Below are some great examples of this fine balance. 6499
With so many Wordpress themes to choose from, it is often difficult to decide on an appropriate look for your site, as well as getting the functionality that you require to customise it to your taste.
In a recent article on Mashable, it was announced that Twitter are to start allowing users to upload interactive images. This is made possible through the use of a service provided by ThingLink, which allows the addition of any link as a tag on an image. It also allows for interactive links, such as Facebook Likes for your Website/Company page etc.
I recently part funded a project on Kickstarter called 'Broken Things', a photography book by Sam Seager. I don't normally give my money away (due to the current economic climate), however, when I read Sam's description of his project, a photography book documenting Japan, and the huge earthquake, and subsequent Tsunami.
I LOVE Star wars, I must have seen each of the 3 original (and only true) SW films about 30 times each. I have always been fascinated at how the special effects were achieved in the 70's when, there are films being made today with less realistic scenes! Bellow are a number of photos from behind the scenes of the greatest trilogy ever made.....
I have been watching a lot of TED videos recently, mostly for inspiration and marketing purposes. During my time on the site I have discovered a number of very enlightening talks from some very inspirational people. Ranging from documentary photographers to research into cameras that can capture light moving at 1 trillion (yes, 1 trillion) frames per second.