When a photographer delivers images to you, it’s important to understand what kind of usage rights you have. There are 2 major types of usage: Editorial use and/or Commercial use. While most photos are available for Editorial Use, not all photos are available for Commercial Use. Click to read more!
Getting started in photography can be quite scary, I know it was for me when I first started. I started by investing in a DSLR, and I figured everyone would purchase my images. In reality it is a bit more difficult and if I wasn’t so passionate about photography, I probably would have given up a long time ago.
Imagine this: You’re holding job interviews for an open position. You’re expecting two qualified interviewees to show up any minute when you hear a knock on the door. Both walk in, smiling, with resumes in hand. One is clean and prepared in a polished a business suit, the other is wearing gym clothes.
In terms of business expenses, professional photography is often an item on the list that is seen as expendable for one reason or another. Whether you’re a new company just starting out or a well established business, the cost of professional photography might prompt you to wonder if you might be able to get by without it.
We all upload images to our Facebook pages, but do you know the best size to use when uploading to Facebook? Have you ever uploaded an image and it was pixelated or to small? Maybe you want to hire a photographer to create images for your Facebook page, how big of an image should you ask for? Without getting to technical in the details, lets dive into this subject and discover what size of image you should be using when you upload an image to Facebook!