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The 10 Best Social Networks for Photographers

Social networks present excellent opportunities for photographers to gain more exposure for their work, build name recognition, drive traffic to a portfolio website or blog, network with other photographers, and connect with fans and followers. Of course, each social network has its own strengths and weaknesses, and not every platform is ideally suited for photographers. If you’re trying to find the best social networks to use, this article should help you to identify the ones that can help you to reach your goals.

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How to Sell Your Used Photography Gear

There’s no doubt about it, photography gear can be quite expensive. That new camera body or lens that you have your eye on will cost hundreds or thousands of dollars. Of course, other items like tripods and filters add up too. The good news is that photography gear tends to hold its value pretty well. There is a large market for used gear, and you might be surprised at how easy it is to sell your gear.

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65 Photography Quotes for Nature Photographers

Photographers can find inspiration in many different forms and from countless different places. Landscape and nature photographers tend to be inspired by the natural world around us, but quotes can also provide excellent inspiration, even if it is an entirely different type of inspiration.

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Top 10 National Parks to Photograph in the Spring

If you’re like me and you’re not a big fan of cold weather, the best thing about winter is that spring is right around the corner! While there are some great opportunities for landscape photography in any season, spring is especially awesome because of the vibrant greens of new growth, water that is flowing aggressively after the snow melts, and beautiful flowers and plant life that pops up.

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How to Get More Traffic to Your Photography Portfolio Website

If you’re looking to gain exposure for your work and progress into a career as a photographer, your portfolio website will be a key part of the process. Your portfolio site will showcase your best work, provide biographical information about yourself, describe the products and services that you offer, and give people an easy way to get in touch with you.

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How to Photograph Wildlife in Your Backyard

Wildlife photographers often travel great distances with hopes of seeing and photographing animals. But if you aren’t able to travel, or don’t like the idea of long, expensive trips that might not produce results, you can also try to photograph wildlife right at your own home.

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10 Epic Locations for Travel Photography

If you love photography and experiencing new places, you probably have a long list of places that you’d like to visit someday. And if you have a bucket list of travel photography destinations, this article may inspire you to add a few more. Here you’ll find a list of 10 places that are well worth the trip for photographers. While there are plenty of places around the world that could be mentioned as top travel photography destinations, these 10 locations certainly deserve to be near the top.

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How to Grow Your Profile as a Landscape Photographer

Standing out as a landscape photographer can be a major challenge. There are so many great photographers out there, including many amateurs who have amazing portfolios. If you hope to move from the level of a hobbyist or enthusiast to a semi-professional or professional level, you’ll need to stand out in some way. In this article, we’ll take a look at some specific things you can do to get more exposure and increase your profile within the industry.

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7 Amazing Islands to Photograph

The pursuit of landscape and nature photos can lead you all over the world. There certainly are photo opportunities available in all types of landscapes, from rain forests to deserts to snow-capped mountains. Islands are not only popular with tourists and travelers for beaches and fun getaways, but also for amazing scenery that is perfect for photographing.

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How to Find Places to Photograph Near You

If you enjoy landscape photography, you’re probably always on the lookout for new places to photograph. While there is no shortage of great options for photography trips, finding the best spots in your local area can be more challenging at times. Local photography spots are obviously easier and cheaper to reach, plus you can photograph them more often. Contrary to what you might think, you don’t need to travel far and wide to produce a great landscape photography portfolio, but knowing the best locations near you can be a big key.

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