Want to show off your photos to your friends and family—or maybe your present or future clients? Then you’ll want to have some sort of web presentation of your photos. Especially when that presentation’s in a great location with a fresh and simple look—like our Zonerama web galleries.
While you can upload your landscape or portrait photos to Instagram, the thumbnail will always be cropped to a square. This isn’t always ideal for photographers. If you want to get around this, just learn a simple trick. Add a border to your photo to avoid cropping. In Zoner Photo Studio X, get your photo ready to share, whether it’s for yourself or a client. This will also keep you from needing to use questionable mobile apps that offer similar functions.
Every photographer knows how important it is to master their camera, know the principles of composition, and understand light. Even so, it is criticism and acknowledging opposing opinions that truly help their photography develop. Feedback is what gets you out of your comfort zone and forces you to further develop your skills. It’s critical that you are able to not only accept constructive criticism, but also make it work to help you further your photography.
Marketing for Photographers, Part 2: 3 Things You Need to Think About Before Creating Your Online Portfolio
“I’ve made up my mind. I’ll set up an online portfolio and (finally) put my photos on display for the world. But how? What now?” If you have thoughts like these going through your head, the following article is for you. We’ll show you how to create a successful website that will bring you new fans.
Feeling ready to upgrade your hobby into a job and make money taking pictures? You’ll be exploring some classic questions. The first ones are: what now? Where should I promote my services? And how? In this series we’ll be leading you through the basics of marketing for photographers. In our introduction we’ll familiarize you with the basic marketing channels you’ll be using as a photographer.
Have you ever thought about what separates successful Web photos from the rest? There are lots o photos out there that are just fine and that definitely have the right