Posts Tagged ‘Education’

Tips For Attending A Photography Conference

Posted by Robert Edwards on October 28, 2017 in Blog |

I’ve been attending photography conferences for decades, both as an attendee and as a presenter. As a professional event photographer I’ve also covered all types of conferences for corporate clients.   Some Do’s And Don’ts For Attending Do register early online. Using a service like the Eventbrite platform makes it easy for attendees and organisers. Do research […]

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Paid NOT To Photograph!

Posted by Robert Edwards on November 28, 2016 in Blog |

Like any profession photography has many aspects besides the actual service itself. Areas that don’t involve making photos and things the client doesn’t (need to) care about. It’s those essential areas that make it a profession and require far more time than the craft of photography. These can include: Client Relationship Management Strategic Planning Marketing […]

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Storing Images – Best Practice

Posted by Robert Edwards on October 28, 2016 in Blog |

Photography storage and archiving can quickly become daunting, regardless of whether you’re a professional photographer or not. It doesn’t take too long to be inundated with hundreds of images and before you know it there are tens of thousands of them! Personally I’m managing over 400 000 images. Keep It Simple To make a storage […]

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OpenRAW 10 Years

Posted by Robert Edwards on March 10, 2015 in Blog |

Imagine if you were no longer able to look at your family albums. Or some of Ansel Adams images began to disappear. And the news photos that recorded the history of humanity were lost. D1scussion was a mailing list by Juergen Specht for professional Nikon users. In early 2005 the list saw a growing concern […]

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Get Lost

Posted by Robert Edwards on December 27, 2014 in Blog |

Some of my most memorable photography experiences happened by accident. It’s all too easy to stay on the same road as everyone else. Guide books by their very nature suggest which route to take and sights to see. That’s why we buy them, but things don’t always go to plan. While heading to Vietnam in […]

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Lightroom Loves SSD

Posted by Robert Edwards on March 2, 2014 in Blog |

Apart from upgrading your computer RAM, adding a SSD drive will improve your Adobe Photoshop Lightroom experience tenfold. If you find Lightroom sluggish invest in a SSD. With 120GB prices under $75 costs have dropped to almost a third of what they were a few years ago. SSD (Solid State Drives) work much like a […]

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Goodbye Google, Apple & Facebook

Posted by Robert Edwards on February 26, 2014 in Blog |

No, I’m not closing my accounts with these tech giants. However eventually Google, Apple and Facebook will lose their dominant positions in the market. Just like Microsoft, Yahoo and MySpace lost ground. When it comes to working on, storing and accessing your images or documents it’s vital not to invest on any system that will […]

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Photographic Guidelines 10th Anniversary

Posted by Robert Edwards on January 10, 2014 in Blog |

The Australian Photographic Digital Imaging Guidelines (APDIG) will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year. Independently published by a group of like-minded Australian professional photographers seeking a common standard APDIG was a world first for such guidelines. Initially under the umbrella of the Society of Australian Commercial & Media Photographers APDIG broadened to include the Australian […]

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New Year’s Resolution

Posted by Robert Edwards on September 21, 2013 in Blog |

“I need a high res file” High and low resolution are terms oft used to describe what you need from an image. But what does does “high res” actually mean, and how is it measured? Resolution is best specified in pixel dimensions. An example of a high resolution file would be 3200 x 5000 pixels […]

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Why you need a professional photographer

Posted by Robert Edwards on May 25, 2013 in Blog |

Marissa Mayer the CEO at Yahoo has since backtracked on her comment that “…there is no such thing really as professional photographers” but it has already started an avalanche of criticism. Photoshelter CEO Andrew Fingerman points out twelve traits that make a photographer professional here. They’ve also added Pricing Your Work: Corporate & Industrial Photography to […]

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