I’ve been blogging about photography for 1.5 years, during this time I have met and read uncountable number of Photography related blogs like adidap.
Each one is different in writing style and in covered subjects but they all have one thing in common: great posts.
I’ve been trying to keep an eye on most of them and point you to the best articles each week.
Christmas is in 20 days and I had this secret Santa like idea I would like to share with you.
What is a model release?
A model release, is a legal document signed by the model of a photo allowing the photographer to publish and/or sell his/her picture.
Am I allowed to shoot people in the street?
Yes ! The act of taking pictures of person in a public place is allowed at least in the united states
When is a model release needed?
We’ve just entered December and Christmas is just a few days away.
I have to admit that I am amazed by the number of people actually buying from ADIDAP estore, I had 13 purchases in November ! (Thank you all)
Through December I have decided to give back 2% of your total order value ” ((“minimum order $500″))” by gift certificates or moneybookers ” ((“Sorry I don’t have a paypal account -yet-”))”.
That’s about $35 off for a brand new Nikon D300 or $24 off the Canon EOS 40D .
what should you do ?
A bit of history
Brian started his photography weblog in January 2007, and in less than one year he was able to take EpicEdits all the way into the top 10k rated blogs at technorati. I met Brian on the blogsphere a couple of weeks ago and since ADIDAP is not the same anymore.
He is a motivated and very kind person who actively works to promote, not only his blog, but any other photography related blog and there is a lot to learn from that.
N.B.: Sorry Brian but I won’t email you to tell you that the interview is online, let’s how quickly you will discover it
Alex from Brazil: So, today I keep my eyes into photographers and their works, post processing techniques and related things (what happens to Photograhy of the week?!).
Alex this one is for you
I discovered Varnia on photosig she had posted a very small number of pictures but they were all breathtaking.
Varnia’s landscapes are very fresh and what I really like in her style is that she doesn’t need something special to make a picture. She is capable capturing any scene is a fantastic way to create a dramatic and eye catching picture.
She loves to play with leading lines and her post processing is really well done never overdone.
Here is a selection of handpicked pictures of Varnia