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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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9 Websites for Showcasing Your Photography Portfolio

With so many photographers out there, getting exposure for your work can be a serious challenge. If you hope to move from hobbyist to professional, or even to make some money on the side with your photography, getting exposure is essential. There are a number of community-oriented websites that can be extremely valuable for getting your work in front of more people, and in this article we’ll look at 9 of the best options.

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9 Steps to Building a Great Portfolio Website

There are many millions of hobbyist photographers around the world, and far fewer who are able to earn a living in the field. If you have aspirations of making money (regardless of whether it is a part-time or full-time income) from your photography, one of the most important parts of the process will be creating your portfolio website.

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Picture-Perfect Planning: The Photographer’s Ephemeris

Winter, spring, summer and fall – it really doesn’t matter. Outdoor and nature photographers constantly chase the light. It may be the blue hour, the golden hour, starry-starry evenings and moonlit nights. Arriving at a location with ample time to plan composition, think creatively and have different vantage points makes a difference in our productivity during the shoot.

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Limited Time Offer: The Ultimate Photography Bundle

Photography can be an expensive hobby. Camera bodies, lenses, filters, tripods, and many other accessories add up quickly. And then when it comes to software and post processing there more options as well. If you use Photoshop or Lightroom you won’t want to miss this limited-time offer from our friends at PhotographyPla.net. For a short period of time they are offering their Ultimate Photography Bundle, which includes more than $5,000 worth or resources, for just $79! You won’t find a better deal on high-quality resources that can impact your photographs.

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21 Apps for Nature and Landscape Photography

As a landscape photographer you probably appreciate the solitude of being surrounded by nature and away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Cell phones and technology contribute to the fast-paced style of modern life, but smartphones can also be extremely useful even when you are out in the field working at your craft. The are many apps that can help in a variety of different ways, and in this article we’ll take a look at more than 20 of the best apps for nature and landscape photographers. Here you’ll find apps that will help you to find the best lighting, get tide information, calculate depth of field, calculate long exposures, GPS apps, and much more.

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Important Gear and Resources for Your Night Photography

Landscape photos taken at night can have a completely different feel as compared to a photo of the same scene taken during daylight hours. Night photography also presents plenty of opportunities to capture beautiful images of the moon and stars. Night photography has some specific gear requirements, and there are also a number of apps and resources that can prove to be invaluable. Here you’ll find a description of resources, gear, and accessories that can help to take your night landscape and night sky photography to the next level.

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