Digital Photography Links

December 23, 2011 by · Comments Off on Digital Photography Links
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Recently I came across these links and thought I’d share them.  I hope you find them as useful as I did.

Digital Photo Online and Digital Photo Printing – Are you looking for a reputable digital photo printing?

Great Digital Cameras – We explore the fun and exciting world of digital cameras, digital video cameras. You can find tips, info, and guides to getting the most out of your digital camera. We offer a free mini course in digital photography & a free report on hot technology.

Photographic seminars and training – Free tutorials, recent news about the photographic community.

 

Easy Ways to Make Money With Your Digital Camera

April 18, 2011 by · Comments Off on Easy Ways to Make Money With Your Digital Camera
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Everyone need to make a little extra money these days. I was doing some research and came up with several programs that show you how to make money with your digital camera.

None of these programs will make you rich –do don’t quit your day job, but I was amazed how easy it is to earn a few hundred extra dollars a week.

Lets review – All of them are pretty good, but I have ranked them with the ones on top as the best. However, I suggest you check all of them out as they all have a different system or angle.

1. Make Money With Your Digital Camera.
Sell Photos, Images, Screensavers And More Ways To Profit.

2. Paid for Pictures – Turn Your Camera into Cash! Make Money from a Digital Camera and an Internet Connection. Easy Methods to Upload Your Pictures for Cash – Earn Residual Income from Your Pictures Right Now.

3. My Camera Biz –  Make money by taking photographs. The internet’s most complete tutorial. Be up and running within hours.


4.  Sell Your Digital Photos – Freelance Photography –  Our freelance photography guide explains exactly how to sell photos and make money with your digital camera. The freelance photography industry is booming. This is a genuine home-based business.

5. Turn Your Photos Into Cash — All You Need is a Digital Camera, a Computer and an Internet Connection to Get Started Making Extra Income Every Month!

So check these out

New Article – How to Shoot Jewelry in A Photo Light Tent or Light Cube

April 16, 2011 by · Comments Off on New Article – How to Shoot Jewelry in A Photo Light Tent or Light Cube
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I hope you like our newest article. It’s called How To Shoot Jewelry in A Photo Light Tent or Light Cube.   Shooting jewelry is always a challenge.  The article contains a helpful video.

eBay Photo Tips

February 16, 2011 by · Comments Off on eBay Photo Tips
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Here are some simple tips to help you take better photos for your eBay auctions

Always use a tripod to produce sharper pictures using indoor lighting without flash.

Diffused, natural or artificial lighting is best. Light the entire item thoroughly, without shadows or reflections.

Photograph items at close range and at an angle that provides some noticeable depth.

Photos should be big enough to show details clearly and fill the whole frame when appropriate.

Use a background that contrasts with the item. Most people use a plain, white backdrop to make your item stand out but it’s OK to use a colored backdrop to provide some contrast.

If you can’t use a plain backdrop, you should at least avoid background clutter that can distract buyers or confuse them about what you’re selling.

Take multiple pictures of your item so buyers can see as much detail as possible. For example, take pictures of labels, original packaging, and accessories. I typically use three or four shots in each listing.

Show scale. For example, you can place a matchbook, coin or a ruler next to the item to show its size.

Always show any flaws, stains, wear and tear, or any other damage. Pictures of those details allow buyers to know exactly what they will get.

If you are shooting with indoor light or studio lighting and a white background, set the auto-exposure setting on your camera to +1 if your photos are coming out slightly gray.

Set the camera to a medium or higher resolution (for example 1024×768 pixels or larger) to produce good quality photos. This allows you to show bigger pictures in your listing and provides better support for photo editing, if needed, before you upload the photos to eBay.