We have finally reached a huge milestone with this website and it is this 100th post! I have to admit at times researching and writing have not been the easiest things to do, but looking back now all of them were worth the effort.
Seeing all of you coming here and finding value in what has been written, is truly the only prize I need.
I wanted to look back on these 100 posts and the ones I enjoyed creating the most, but also the ones that eventually became your favourite posts of all time.
If you’re wanting to learn more about composing your images and the subjects in them, these articles are great to teach you more on how to create leading lines and using negative space for your advantage.
Make Money With Photography
Are you wondering questions such as:
How can I make money with photography?
How should I price my photography?
If so, please continue reading the articles below to see the answers to the questions above as well as answers to other common questions.
For Art Photography Lovers
Taking an artistic approach your photography practice will mean different things to different people.
Some people will want to explore other artists, while others simply want to create a better photography portfolio to take them to the right direction with their practice.
Learning Photography Lighting
Are you wondering how to light your pictures when you’re not familiar with photography lighting? Are you looking for the best lighting tips?
Whether you have just started your journey or if you have been photographing for some while already, these tips will elevate your lighting skills.
Products I use and recommend
I created these articles to easily list recommended services, products, and companies that I use and/or those I know are valuable. This way you can quickly find great products and services for your need.
Learning Portrait Photography
Do you want to learn how to take better portraits? Here’s how you can start learning everything about portrait photography and create stunning images for your clients.
Photography is something we all want to practice daily, but it can simultaneously be a huge stressor. Fortunately, there are many ways to be inspired and to help you to take action so that you can start photographing daily. These exercises will provide you with creative ways to expand your photography.
We would love to hear which articles you enjoyed the most and what articles you’re looking forward to reading!