Hi! I'm new here. I started to intensify my photography knowledge recently and I just want to ask some opinions about what I am doing. As I said, I'm new but I would be very thankfully to who gives me some advices
hello from me, i'm not a profesional photographer yet, because there are no one use my photo yet. haha, but really hope that i have skill to shoot a great picture one day, the picture, gallery of picture that everyone wanna to see and have it by buy it. And ofcourse i really want to be a profesional photographer that can capture the moment
Hi! I'm new at Shutterstock and I'm at 80 photos accepted but until now I haven't sold anything (I guess it's normal). Could you provide some feedback about the quality and the stock-potential of the pictures?
Based on your product photography results, you need to decide whether you need some editing with Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom or any other graphics software and this process are defined as the post-processing.
If you have excellent preparations and lighting, you will not have much to edit, but eCommerce product Photo editing provides the best enhancement and fixes to some photos.
Please do take the time to review and critique my photographs and let me know how I may improve. I would appreciate it if you would also investigate my portfolio and give me some more general feedback on what type of photos I should include, how I could improve my key wording, etc. In essence how might I improve my sales, besides from increasing my portfolio size, of course.
Thank you, Sheppard Photography Portfolio
Couple of pics from Milarrochy Bay at sunset this evening. Tried using a new method for long exposure without an nd filter. Think the pics look good but got my calculations wrong and should have taken more exposures for the photoshop stack as I wanted the water to be like glass. Look forward to trying again in the near future. What do you think.