Snapseed for iOS was undoubtedly the finest photo editor app on the market (in my opinion). I rated it higher than any other app in its genre, including Photoshop) for its sheers ease of use and results.
Finding inspiration on the internet isn't the hardest of tasks, but can consume your time. There are sites, however, that will allow you to scan multiple social media sources in one search.
As it's fast approaching Christmas, and everything is getting a bit cold and wintry, I thought I'd collect together a few photos that portray this time of year, enjoy :)
Unlike most, I like Winter. I like the photography opportunities that it brings, such as frost and snow. This morning was one of the first really cold ones. As well as frost, there was also fog, went out, took photos, got cold! ;)
As a photographer you already possess a great arsenal to create unique and interesting social profiles. This is important as your online presence is becoming (or already is!) your greatest weapon when it comes to building a client base and, ultimately, attracting accolade and business.
I have become quite a fan of Kickstarter in recent weeks. I contributed, to the now fully funded, 'Broken Things' and interviewed the photographer behind the project Sam Seager. I have now pledged to sponsor another wonderful project, 'It's On The Meter'.
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.