I want to introduce you to a few quick and simple tips that will improve the quality of your images without taking a lot of your valuable time
Photography, Videography & Podcasting
Storing, organizing, and backing up your photos so that six months, a year, or even several years after that press trip, you can actually find the relevant photographs without having to scroll through hundreds or perhaps thousands of pictures.
In order to create a picture, we need light. Not enough light will underexpose the image and the details become hidden in the shadows or appear totally black.
The purpose of this month’s column is to provide you with some ideas to keep in mind as you continue your photography journey.
As writers, being able to offer your editors high quality photographs can only enhance your reputation and make you a more valuable contributor. The purpose of this monthly column will be to give you a few hints on how you can “up your game.”
Stephanie Wolden is a professional photographer and shares these tips with us to improve our iPhone photography.
If you’re someone who loves to talk about your travels and to provide tips, insights, and history for a particular destination or way to travel, a podcast could be the ideal complement to your travel writing.
So for this month’s Roadmap, I asked travel video expert Tom Reissman (author of GEP’s Travel Videos for Profit program) to show you how you could start shooting—and finding clients for—travel videos in just 10 days.
This month we’re switching gears to talk about one of the best ways to increase your income from travel writing—and that’s by adding great photos.
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