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Register your Copyright in USA

Copyright registration is optional. Once you’ve made a shoot, you own the photograph. The copyright is instantly yours for a minimum of 25 years*. Someone can use your photographs as long as they credit you. If in fact someone were to abuse your photograph or artwork, you should prove somehow that it is yours. The legal copyright registration provides you an additional in-depth protection on all levels.

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Fine-Tune Your Property Listings with Realistic HDR Photographs

Most home buyers begin a home search online, so good photos are essential. Buyers rank photography as the most important tool in searching for a home online. Listings without a photo or with only an exterior shot are often ignored. Outstanding and realistic property photography is an excellent way for you to showcase your professional skills. It also gives you an impressive portfolio with which to attract new clients. Add stunningly realistic high dynamic range photographs to your listings so they can show better and sell faster.

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Book review: “The Photographer’s Guide to Content Marketing”

This guide is composed by Pat DePuy, a photographer and a content marketing expert working for Prime Social Marketing organization that offers content marketing and social mediamarketing services to different businesses, in particular to entrepreneurial photographer (by the way, they have a section on content marketing). DePuy writes a lot of articles for their blog and publishes great high-quality content concerning a wide range of topics. Pat also manages Prime’s social media channels.

Know the rules of success!Image© Ivelin Radkov, photolia

Know the rules of success!
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Let it be your guide

His 37-page e-book will told you how to create your own content marketing strategy by means of analogies to the camera – a familiar tool for all professional photographers. You’ll discover how to:

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Taking pictures in the dark

Have you ever dreamt about a unique ability to fix all the pictures that you see in the way they really are? Of course, camera is a great tool to capture life moments and safe them in the forms of computer files or glossy printed photos. But what about those tremendously sad situations when objects of your photoshooting sink in the deep darkness? Are there any ways out or flotation rings to rescue your model from the dark? Yes, they exist, be sure of this. And we’ll tell you even more – they are rather numerous. Let’s just find them out.

What’s in our tool bar?

Honestly speaking we will need nothing special. A standard digital SLR with a fast lens (2.8 or more) and the ability to capture images with a high light sensitivity. If you use a P&S camera then you may have troubles getting good pictures in dark spaces, because its disadvantages will be more remarkable under such conditions.

Truth of the whole photography art lies somewhere between the following words: “No matter what device you have, the result of your work mostly depends on its parameters intelligently set and your skills”. Believe that you can have wonderful pictures even if you camera costs 100 dollars.

Portraits made in the dark look so impressiveImage© maselkoo99

Portraits made in the dark look so impressive
Image© maselkoo99

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