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My own stock photo site launched!

After years submitting photos to agents, I’ve finally launched my own stock photo site. This is a project I’ve had on the back burner for a long time, but I finally did it! My photos are now available to buy directly. Use the search bar or visit my online store to browse by category.

I’ll soon be adding my entire catalogue of Royalty Free photos to the shop, so please consider bookmarking my site (Ctrl+D) to come back and see my latest work.

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How I worked through a backlog of 70,000 photos

Venice in winter

If you have a passion for photography, then there’s a good chance you shoot more photos than you’ll ever manage to work on. In this article I offer a practical way for you to work through a backlog of photos using Adobe’s Lightroom Classic. And with the Covid-19 pandemic disrupting travel and keeping us all at home, there’s no better time to take on the challenge.

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Can the human eye see 8K, and do we really need 8K TV?

Just as we’re getting used to the idea of watching (and shooting) 4K video, now manufacturers are trying to convince us that 4K resolution just isn’t enough. It turns out that 4K is only Ultra High Definition (UHD), and pretty soon we are going to need Full Ultra High Definition, or 8K. So is 8K really the next big thing, or are we being sold a dud? Time to investigate.

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The best folder and file naming conventions for photographers, and more

Being organised and efficient is a key ingredient to success in any business. This is especially true of photography, where we deal with thousands of digital assets on a daily basis. Here’s a rundown of the best practises for storing, organising and naming photos. I also share my own unique folder and file naming convention.

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