With the announcements of the Canon EOS 6D and the Nikon D600 , the Canon EOS 5D Mark II hit a sub $2000 price at amazon making it the most affordable dSLR in the market today and it is not exactly “entry level”.
I have had mine for more than 3 years and it still gives me everything I need. To be totally frank the Auto Focus of the
Canon EOS 5D Mark III is really attractive but I am more than happy with my Canon 5D II.
If you want to get started on photography as a career, entering the field using a traditional business model will make you face tough market competition.
If you are an already well established photographer in your field and you want to look for something that will help spice up your career, challenge your skills and expand your business
In both case scenarios , there is something i want you to read :
Destination Photography Business by Karma Hill
This book in 122 pages and 9 sections only will inspire and help you tap into a multi-million dollar business called : Destination photography.
You can view all the details about it on Destination Photography Business and purchase it
(E-Book Instant Download)
Here is our review for the book :
Section 1 : Introducing Destination photography
What is boudoir photography?
Boudoir photography is a subset of glamor photography and a type of portraiture that specializes in bringing out the hot and sexy in women and portrays them in truly breath taking sensual, flirtatious look and poses.
If you want to start boudoir just out of pure enthusiasm and interest or as part of your career in photography, Ed Verosky can help you just do that in his book “10 ways to improve your boudoir photography now”.
A lucky reader will win a free copy of the e-book, to enter the draw just leave a comment here with a valid email address.
I will not spoil the fun of reading the book for you, but I’ll only go through the main topics outlined in the 44 pages so you know what to expect when reading.
Twitter is quickly becoming an interactive RSS reader replacement, I am often finding that all interesting posts in my RSS reader have already been shared on twitter.
So if you are a photography lover in quest for latest gear news, hottest photography articles, or simply inspiration here is a list of 33 twitter accounts that will keep you on the cutting-edge of photography in the blogsphere.
In no particular order here are the 33 must follow twitter photography accounts
It is time to share all the new blogs/photoblogs that answered my call. Although I did break my own â€œ1 yearâ€ rule by a few months I couldnâ€™t include blogs that have been running since 2006 or 2007 sorry !
So letâ€™s get started
- â€œHow I Took Itâ€ by Richard Hollins (RSS)
Richard share with us how he took and processed some of his favorite shots
- â€œAlltag eines Fotoproduzentenâ€ by R. Kneschke (RSS)
German stock photography blog
- â€œMore About Photography" by Mario Bucolo (RSS)
Mainly interesting photography links that Mario shares with his readers