Resources library

 

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Here's a list of resources, tools I use, and marketing 

If you are looking for help as a new photographer then have I created a list of resources you need that will provide you ways to marketing, helpful tips and tutorials, articles, and sharing or submitting your work with other professional photographers. For marketing social media I have compiled a list that I'm updating when new apps or online tools I discover. As for my crafting business and the fact that I love to always try new craft projects is included.

Photography websites 


 

American museum of photography

Treasure trove of great images collected thematically with informative notes.

Colors magazine

Superlative collection of powerful, emotive imagery of great editorial intelligence. MUST VISIT!

creative pro

One of the best sources of news, techniques, and issues relating to image manipulation, digital photography, design and graphics, as well as software and hardware reviews. Highly recommended!

DIWA (digital imaging websites association)

Compilation of camera reviews carried out by 13 (at time of writing) digital photography sites all over the world, following common formats and shared procedures.

ephotozine

General digital photography website with serious content ans useful news, reviews, and help pages.

 The getty

Authoritative references on digital collections, including excellenet book-length introduction to digital imaging---highly educational, and not only to museum people. You can browse through the collection of amazing photos and artwork. 

informit

Extracts in article form from a wide range of information technology books, with hundreds for design and creative media, including digital photography and Photoshop, and many offering highest-quality content.


 

Top tools used for business

 

Shutterfly For anyone that wants to have photo prints among other gifts and photo projects.

Canva Great to find graphics for all your different needs from social media to business proposals with a huge amount of permade templates to choose from.

Picmonkey   
Here’s what’s different:
- They no longer differentiating between free and premium features in the product. The crown icons are gone.
- New users are free to try all of our features, but they need to start a free trial in order to save their designs to Hub, create custom effects, and share and export their work.
And what’s staying the same:
- Premium and Supremium members have access to all the great features they’ve always had
- Our mobile product is staying the same—it’s free to download and use all features except Hub and Touch Up


 

Top online classes and materials

CreativeLive You can try out their free online classes: Art and Design, Photography and video, Music and Audio, Craft and Maker, and Life and Money (paid and free). You can download their apple app to watch and learn with your mobile device to make it easier. 

CreativeBug   My favorite place to find DIY projects, classes, and materials.

Craftsy    Another one of my favorites to get online classes for everything needed to run a blog with a crafting business. Great place to purchase materials.

Blurb  photo books, make ebooks, choose templates for layout and upload pdf files. Sell and distribute.

Animoto  Turn your photos into videos and slide shows for marketing social medi

Tailwind  Manages your Pinterest marketing by scheduling pins, knowing the best time to pin, multiple repins, and great for monitoring and insights across the visual web.


Shareale marketing

Drive more traffic to your online store using performance based marketing.

Grammarly   Free and paid classes or tutorials to help with your writing skills and grammar.

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