So here we are in 2011. Most of us have made resolutions, set some goals and are excited at the prospect of another fantastic year filled with epic sunsets and glorious sunrises. I hope you find this first “Favorite Stuff” post of 2011 to be interesting and insightful. Enjoy!
Immersion Course – William Neill
William discusses the benefits of focusing your creative energy on a single subject for an extended period of time and the often unique images that result from your relationship with that landscape. A must-read if you’re stuck in a rut – or not.
Your Photography Business Plan for 2011 – Photoshelter
Got a photo business or thinking about starting one? This article is a great primer on how to write a solid business plan specifically for a photo business.
Best Photos of 2010 by JMG Galleries Blog Readers – Jim Goldstein
This is an awesome collection of “Best of 2010″ blog posts by readers of Jim’s really good blog. Spend some time checking these out and you’re guaranteed to be inspired by the incredible wealth of talent and photography.
10 Secrets to Successful Online Photo Portfolios – Photoshelter
You may have noticed that many of my favorite posts are on the Photoshelter blog. That’s because it’s one of the best resources on the web for information relevant to the photography business. In this post they share 10 tips to designing a useful online photo portfolio that your clients, and more importantly – potential clients – will love.
Marketing for Fine Art Photographers: An Interview with Mary Virginia Swanson – Matt Bailey
Photography is a tough business. The market is saturated and it’s difficult to get your work noticed. In this interview, Mary Virginia Swanson reveals several tips to help increase your chances of success when marketing your work to potential clients.
New eBook: Winter in the Canadian Rockies – Darwin Wiggett
Darwin is a hell of a nice guy and a ridiculously talented Canadian landscape photographer. This eBook, part of the Craft & Vision “The Print and the Process” series, is filled with killer images and tips for landscape photography in cold climates. Well worth the $5 cost.
My Latest Black and White Photos on Flickr
It Came From the Blog Archive
That’s all, folks! Find something interesting or useful on the web that you’d like to share? Please do so in the comments section below.