Monday, 30 September 2013

Franjo Tudman Bridge

Another photo from our recent cruise, this one of the Franjo Tudman Bridge in Dubrovnik, this has already reached Explore Status on Flickr.
Named after the first President of Croatia, the Franjo Tudman Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge crossing the D8 State Road over the Dubrovacka coastal inlet near the port of Gruz (a neighbourhood of Dubrovnik, Croatia). Design of the original bridge was completed in 1989, however construction was halted at the onset of the Croatian War of Independence. The bridge was ultimately completed in April 2002 and officially opened one month later, at a cost of US$ 31 million.
As usual it is available to purchase in a variety of formats from Fine Art America and Photo4me.
Franjo Tudman Bridge by TonyKRO
Franjo Tudman Bridge, a photo by TonyKRO on Flickr.
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Dubrovnik canvas prints and Dubrovnik canvas art for sale. Choose your favourite Dubrovnik canvas prints from thousands of available designs.

Sunday, 29 September 2013

What’s new in Photoshop CC for Photographers

Today we have an in-depth article about Adobe's new Photoshop CC from Digital Photography School and written by Helen Bradley who is a Lifestyle journalist who divides her time between the real and digital worlds, picking the best from both. You can view her site at She writes and produces video instruction for Photoshop and digital photography for magazines and online providers world wide. She has also written four books on photo crafts and blogs at

The new Photoshop CC hasn’t launched without a lot of controversy. There are some very valid reasons not to like the fact that the only way to get your hands on this new release is via the Creative Cloud. However, putting delivery methods and subscription software issues aside, let’s look at what is in the new Photoshop CC for photographers so you can see what you’ll get if you upgrade or what you’re foregoing access to if you don’t.
Photoshop CC has a few new additions and one update that will be of interests to photographers. There’s little here that you can’t live without but some of these additions you may want to live with!

Follow the link to read the full article: What’s new in Photoshop CC for Photographers

Adobe Creative Cloud Design Tools Digital Classroom

Full–colour guide and video tutorials make a powerful combo for learning design applications in the Adobe Creative Cloud.
If you like the idea of tackling the design and web applications in Adobe’s Creative Cloud in smaller bites, then this is the book–and–video training learning combo for you.  
More than 25 lessons, each including step–by–step instructions and lesson files backed by video tutorials, help you get comfortable with all features and functions. 
Work at your own pace, while you steadily build skills in InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Flash, and Fireworks.   
With this Digital Classroom training package, you have your own private instructor showing you the easiest way to learn the latest Adobe design apps. 
Combines a full–color, step–by–step instructional book along with lesson files and video training on DVD, to teach users how to use the latest versions of InDesign CC, Illustrator CC, Photoshop CC, Dreamweaver CC, Flash CC, Fireworks CC, and Adobe Bridge Provides thorough training from a team of expert instructors from American Graphics Institute (AGI) 
Start confidently creating the rich and interactive content viewers demand with this practical learning product, Adobe Creative Cloud Digital Classroom Note: DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of the e–book file, but are available for download after purchase.

Photographic Deals of the Week

Three special offers from Amazon on the latest bridge compact from Fujifilm, and two waterproof cameras from Nikon and Pentax.

Fujifilm FinePix HS30EXR Digital Camera (16MP EXR-CMOS Sensor, 30x Manual Optical Zoom) 3 inch Tiltable LCD Screen

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The FinePix HS30EXR is the latest in a long line of market-leading bridge cameras by Fujifilm. The HS30EXR has a new EXR-CMOS sensor, a crystal clear 920,000 dot electronic viewfinder, a massive 30x optical zoom, and a powerful lithium-ion battery to keep you going for up to 600 shots.

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Built for active lifestyles in or out of the water, the COOLPIX AW110 from Nikon is ready to follow you on your extreme adventures. Waterproof, shockproof, dustproof and freeze-proof, this robust compact is perfect for capturing every splash, dive, jump and bump on video or in mind-blowing photos.

Even underwater at depths of up to 18 metres the highly sensitive 16-megapixel back illuminated CMOS sensor and a dedicated Underwater mode combine to deliver stunning results. With built-in Wi-Fi for instant sharing and built-in GPS to log your location, the COOLPIX AW110 will keep your adrenaline rush alive.

Available in black, orange, or camouflage, this ergonomically designed all-weather camera is the perfect companion for anyone who loves the thrill of the great outdoors.
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By further enhancing the watertight capability of the camera body, PENTAX has upgraded the WG-3’s underwater performance to 14 meters, compared to 12 meters for its predecessor, and for up to two hours of continuous operation (equivalent to IPX8 or JIS Class 8 waterproof performance). This camera is also designed to be highly shock-resistant, dustproof, cold-resistant, and crushproof. All these features make the WG-3 a dependable, heavy-duty imaging camera for harsh, demanding outdoor conditions.

Friday, 27 September 2013

Off on the cruise

We went on a cruise to the Mediterranean and the Adriatic a couple of weeks ago, and here are three of the photos I took as we were sailing down the Solent from Southampton.

As usual they are available to purchase in a variety of formats from Fine Art America and Photo4me.
Wall art print of Gathering Storm Clouds
Clouds over Portsmouth
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Storm clouds gathering over Portsmouth during early evening in September.
Wall art print of Spinnaker Tower
Spinnaker Tower
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Spinnaker Tower is a 170-metre (560 ft) landmark tower in Portsmouth, England, UK. It is the centrepiece of the redevelopment of Portsmouth Harbour. The tower, designed by local firm HGP Architects and the engineering consultants Scott Wilson and built by Mowlem, reflects Portsmouths maritime history by its being modelled after a sail. The tower was opened on 18 October 2005 and the Spinnaker Tower is taller than the London Eye, Blackpool Tower and Big Ben.
Wall art print of Spinnaker Tower
Spinnaker Tower and Gunwharf Quays
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Spinnaker Tower and Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth. Soaring 170 metres above Portsmouth Harbour and the Solent, the Spinnaker Tower is taller than the London Eye, Blackpool Tower and Big Ben. Gunwharf Quays is an extensive retail shopping centre.

ZEN PHOTOGRAPHER: Turning Your Passion into Focus

This new ebook, from professional photographer Dan Bailey, is an 81-page collection of essays and photographs that are designed to ignite your imagination, inspire creativity and generally fill your brain with rock solid tips, insight and advice – advice that can save you time and prevent you from making many common mistakes as you travel along on your own photography path.

Consider ZEN PHOTOGRAPHER a well-rounded education from someone who dove in head first many years ago, fought his way to the surface and is still swimming in an ocean of very big waves.
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There’s something for everyone in this book, regardless of style, ability, gear or pro/amateur status, because it’s not about hardcore technical information that’s specifically targeted to one level or another. It’s about ideas, concepts, approach, methods and general attitudes towards photography and the craft of image making, whether for fun or profit.

Dan Bailey, is a professional outdoor, adventure and travel photographer based in Anchorage, Alaska. His work has been published by clients worldwide, including Fuji Film, Nikon, Fidelity Investments, General Dynamics, British Petroleum, Outside Magazine, Coleman, Discovery Channel Publications, National Geographic Adventure, The New York Times, and Patagonia.

He has also written articles for Digital Photo Pro and Outdoor Photographer, and teaches online photography courses at The Compelling Image, and is a featured contributor on The Photoletariat.

Saturday, 7 September 2013

Discover the Secrets of Beautiful Portrait Lighting

Get ready to take your pictures of people to a whole new level!

Today we have a new ebook from Digital Photography School aimed at helping you improve your portrait photography.

When it comes to shooting stunning portraits, lighting can be the X factor in making your pictures pop.

For 25 years world-renowned Portrait Photographer Gina Milicia has used lighting techniques to create portraits with true richness and soul.

In her follow up to Portraits: Making The Shot, she shares all her lighting know-how so you can start taking portraits like a pro.

Is Our Portrait Lighting eBook for You?
Yes, if you:

  • want to communicate emotion more powerfully through every portrait
  • want to better harness the potential of light in your photos
  • want to learn the techniques pros use to capture stunning portrait photography
  • want to understand the right gear you’ll need to light up your shots

Ready to give your portraits that extra pop?
Order Portraits: Lighting The Shot and you’ll be able to instantly download the book.  It’s fully guaranteed for 2 months and you can either use PayPal or your Credit Card.  Simply click the button below to order.

To celebrate the launch of this new eBook, for a limited time you can own a copy for just $14.99.  But don’t delay, it will be back up to the normal price before you know it!

What’s People Are Saying About This eBook

  • If you want to limit yourself to only ever shooting natural light portraits, be my guest. If you want to level-up your portrait photography skills by learning how to light your subjects well, you can’t go past this book! Rowan Sims
  • it is amazing!  If you are a portrait photographer this book is a must.  I read this for the first time on Friday, and was able to put what I learned into practice at a wedding I shot the following Sunday.  You don’t want to miss this one.
  • My overall opinion of this book is that it is very worth it. If you already have some experience in portrait photography, and want to take it to the next level by introducing lighting. You will learn a lot from this very experienced professional. Pedro Mendes

What You’ll Discover in this 130+ page eBook

When we released Gina’s Milicia’s previous dPS eBook – Portraits: Making the Shot – we had a lot of wonderful feedback from the community about what Gina had written. The overwhelming response was she’d created a resource that was helping thousands of photographers improve their photography – but they wanted more!

One of the big requests from readers of the first eBook was that they needed to learn more about how to light their portraits well. As a result of this feedback we immediately started to work with Gina on a guide to lighting portraits. This eBook its the result – Portraits: Lighting the Shot.

We can’t wait to see the impact that this eBook has upon our community’s portraiture!
Here’s a peek at some of the pages in you’ll discover inside:
What’s Covered in This eBook?

The Rules:  The ten golden rules to to live by (when lighting a portrait).
The Gear:  The gear you need, might need and actually don’t need.
The Way:  How to ‘see’ the light, by using the ‘force’ in a non nerdy way.  This section is GOLD.
The Style:  Understand Gina’s style, but importantly how to use all your new skills to create your own.
Troubleshooting:  How to handle those tricky lighting scenarios.
Building the shot:  Build your shot, one light at a time

Here’s the table of contents:

About the author, Gina Milicia 

Gina has been a professional photographer for more than 25 years.

She has photographed some of the world’s most powerful and famous people including royalty and heads of state, billionaires and a-list celebrities and been on location in some of the world’s most exotic places.

Gina is the master of capturing that ‘magical moment’ both in studio and on location.
In this eBook Gina shares her extensive knowledge and experience in an easy-to-follow way to help you fast-track your journey to capturing beautiful portraits.

In this eBook Gina shares her extensive knowledge and experience in an easy-to-follow way to help you fast-track your journey to capturing beautiful portraits.

Why do we think this is the Best Guide to Portrait Lighting on the Market?

  • Because you’ll learn directly from seriously talented portrait photographer. Gina has been flown all  over the world to take portraits of heads of state, celebrities and billionaires. But amongst the stardom she’s a very sharing person and holds nothing back in teaching you her exact approach to portrait photography.
  • Because it’s packed with real-world advice. Gina spends just as much time taking photo’s as she does teaching, so the advice you’ll experience through the books it’s directly from a Portrait practitioner whose livelihood depends on capturing amazing portraits.
  • Because it’s an eBook you’ll love to read. This book has a great balance of imagery, practical examples and suggestions for you to develop your own lighting style.  It’s easy to read, engaging and we’re sure you won’t be able to stop reading.

60-Day, No-Questions-Asked Guarantee

If you’re not satisfied that Portraits: Lighting The Shot is helping your photography within 60 days, just let us know, and we’ll refund your money in full.

That’s how confident we are that this resource will help you become a more skilled portrait photographer.


Is this just for DSLR Owners? – You don’t need to have to own a DSLR but it will help.  There is lots of information  about the principles of light, lighting set-up etc, so long as people are willing to go manual and play with aperture settings you’ll be fine. That said, Gina’s style is achieved using specific lenses and settings, so you will need a DSLR if you want to get EXACTLY the same depth of field
Can I read it on my iPad or Tablet? – yes. This eBook is a PDF and can be read on your computer or any other PDF reading device. To read it on your iPad simply download it to your computer and then upload it to iBooks (or any other PDF reading app). You can also download your eBook directly to your iPad by clicking the download link in the email you were sent after your purchase.
Is there a hard cover version? – Unfortunately not – we only do eBooks at this point in time.
Got questions or needing  some help? – If you have any problems with the purchase or download simply contact our friendly support staff. Please include the name of the eBook you are asking for support on as well as your PayPal email address if you have made a purchase.

To celebrate the launch of this new eBook, for a limited time you can own a copy for just $14.99.  But don’t delay, it will be back up to the normal price before you know it!
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Friday, 6 September 2013

Understanding Reciprocity in Photography

Today's article from Picture Correct is written by Keith Trigwell, a live music photographer who also has a passionate interest in most other types of photography, particularly portraiture and Fine Art. It is aimed to help you understand the relationship between shutter speed and aperture, and then how you can utilize ISO to further hone your settings

Perfect exposure settings: Reciprocity is the law of the relationship between shutter and aperture. It stipulates that one stop increase in aperture is equivalent to the shutter duration doubling. Both increase light by one stop.

Thus, once you have the correct level of light for perfect exposure you can choose to increase aperture by one stop and trade this off with a doubling of the shutter speed (halving of the shutter duration). Twice as much light coming in for half the time = same amount of light.

This allows the photographer to retain the same exposure but change either aperture or shutter for artistic or practical reasons.

In addition to this the photographer may wish to over expose or under expose. Understanding the law of reciprocity allows them to do this in a controlled and intuitive manner, understanding the exposure differences on the image PLUS the different changes to the depth of field or any motion blur increase or decrease.

Sometimes however, the aperture you want and the shutter speed required do not give an adequate exposure with the available light (either natural or including flash). Fortunately there is another variable which effects exposure with the same degree of effect and working in the same measurements of stops of light.This is ISO and refers merely to the cameras sensor’s sensitivity to light.

You therefore have THREE variables at your disposal. Each however alter the image beyond just the brightness of the final image.

Follow the link to read the full article:  Understanding Reciprocity in Photography – PictureCorrect

Thursday, 5 September 2013

Featured Artist - Liane Wright

This is the second post in a new series, where we give artists and photographers the opportunity to tell us about themselves and their work. Today, we feature Liane Wright, who,as you can see, has a wonderful style of her own:
Hi, my name is Liane Wright, It is a great honor for me to share my passion of photography and Art. 

I am a self taught photographer based out of Shawnee, Kansas. I am Focused, Committed and Passionate about my art. I create images from the many opportunities life has to offer. 

I first started out in photography at the VA medical center many moons ago, in the Multimedia Production Services. That was a real joy, and a time when everything was done in the darkroom. 

I continue to seek new projects and style as I go along. Custom Digital Art Requests are welcomed. Contact me with any questions you may have. 

Be sure to add your name to my email list so you don't miss out on all the Discounts I offer! You can visit my website at I also have work that can be seen at if you are looking for something a little different.
Other sites below. 

Liane Wright

Be sure to visit Liane's site for more examples of her original work.

Check out all of our featured photographers.

Wednesday, 4 September 2013


Took a trip over to Buckingham yesterday, a typical small English market town, situated in north Buckinghamshire, close to the borders of Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire. The town has a population of 12,043 (Census 2011) and is also a civil parish designated as a town council.
Buckingham was declared the county town of Buckinghamshire in the 10th century when it was made the capital of the newly formed shire of Buckingham until Aylesbury took over this role early in the 18th century.

As usual the following photos are available to buy in a variety of formats, from beautiful stretched canvas or acrylic prints to  greeting cards at Fine Art America or Photo4Me.

Just click on the relevant link below each photo for full details.
St Peter and St Paul's Church by TonyKRO
St Peter and St Paul's Church, a photo by TonyKRO on Flickr.
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Timber Framed House by TonyKRO
Timber Framed House, a photo by TonyKRO on Flickr.
 Fine Art America                                  Photo4Me
River Great Ouse by TonyKRO
River Great Ouse, a photo by TonyKRO on Flickr.
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Mastering Photography: A Beginner’s Guide to Using Digital Cameras

This new ebook from Andrew S Gibson is aimed at the new user and provides the simple guide that you’ve been looking for, that teaches you how to use your digital camera and is written in a language that the complete novice will find easy to understand and follow.
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Andrew's interest in photography began when his parents bought him a Ricoh KR-10m camera over 20 years ago. Since then he has progressed from colour negative to slide and black and white film and finally to digital, when he bought his first digital SLR, an EOS 350D, in 2006. 

During that time he has taken photos in over 60 countries, studied for a degree in photography and worked as Technical Editor for EOS magazine. Now he is a freelance writer and makes a living writing about photography. 

In recent years he has lived in the UK, China and New Zealand, which is now his home. His clients include EOS magazine, Craft & Vision, Digital Photography School and Focal Press.

He says about his new book:

To those of you new to photography, your digital camera is bound to seem complicated. There are so many controls and buttons. How do you know which ones to use? The truth is that you don’t have to know what every single function on your camera does in order to take great photos. You just need an understanding of the fundamentals, and an eye for a good photo. 

To help you learn I wrote Mastering Photography – the simple guide you’ve been looking for that teaches you how to use your digital camera.

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Mastering Photography is written for you:
  • It explains how to use a digital camera in language a complete beginner can easily understand.
  • It has depth – you will come back to Mastering Photography time and again as your understanding of photography improves. 
  • It keeps things simple and shows you only the controls on your camera that you need to use. 
  • It is full of big, colourful and inspirational photos. 
  • It explains why composition, an appreciation of beautiful light and post-processing are just as important to creative photographers as knowing which buttons to press and modes to use. 
  • It has an entire section that explains the story and techniques behind the photos in the ebook.
To learn more about this book, and how you can master your digital camera, go to Mastering Photography.
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Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Three Lenses on Special Offer

Nikon 55-200MM F/4-5.6 AF-S VR DX Black Lens

  • Versatile and compact, this 3.6x zoom lens is ideal for portraiture, sports, nature and wildlife,
  • VR (Vibration Reduction) image stabilization, engineered specifically for each VR NIKKOR lens, enables handheld shooting at up to three shutter speeds slower than would otherwise be possible, assuring dramatically sharper still images and video capture.
  • ED (Extra-low Dispersion) glass element minimises chromatic aberration, contributing to superior optical performance.
  • New compact rod-type Silent Wave Motor (SWM) enables ultra-high speed auto focusing with exceptional accuracy and super-quiet operation.
  • Focus mode switch enables quick switching between A (Autofocus) and M (Manual Focus)
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Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II Lens


  • A compact and affordable telephoto zoom lens for use with all EOS EF-S mount bodies
  • The versatile 88-400mm equivalent focal length is ideal for long distance subject shooting
  • 4-stop image stabiliser with automatic panning detection combats camera shake
  • UD element helps deliver crisp, sharp, high contrast images every time
  • Super spectra coatings combat ghosting and flare whilst ensuring accurate colour balance.
RRP: £329.99 Price: £165.00 & this item Delivered FREE in the UK with Super Saver Delivery. See details and conditions. You Save: £164.99 (50%)

Tamron AF 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD LD Aspherical IF Macro Zoom Lens with Built in Motor for Canon DSLR Cameras

  • Silent ultrasonic Piezo Drive motor. 
  • Vibration Compensation. 
  • Wide 18-270mm focal range. 
  • Ideal travel lens. 24% more compact and 100g lighter than its predecessor the 18-270mm VC (Model B003).
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Monday, 2 September 2013

How to Photograph Flowers

Todays article from Digital Photography School looks at how to photograph flowers. It is written by Jeff Guyer who has a very informal writing style which makes his articles very readable as well as informative. Jeff is a commercial/portrait photographer based in Atlanta, GA. Still an avid street photographer and film shooter, Jeff also launched a kids photography class ("Digital Photo Challenges") three years ago. You can check out more of his work at Guyer Photography, and follow him on Facebook and Twitter @guyerphoto.

I know what you’re thinking.  “Flowers?  Really?  Didn’t he just write about shooting football?” As a matter of fact, I did.  I shoot lots of different things– a statement which frustrates the hell out of business mentors and advisers who like to talk about branding, creating your niche, and attracting the right kind of client.  And they’re right.  After all, clients want to know that you do precisely what they need you to do seven days a week and twice on Sunday.  Makes sense. But I was a lawyer for fourteen years.  Photography was my hobby for a long time before I ever even thought of trading in my briefcase for a camera bag ten years ago.  So, yes.  We’re going to talk about photographing flowers– in many ways the ideal subject.  Flowers are pretty, but they don’t require a hair and makeup team on set.  They are neither moody nor volatile, and never cop an attitude.  They don’t require a specific brand of expensive water secretly bottled straight from a hidden stream in Madagascar, and they are never late for a shoot.  Never.

To read Jeffs article, follow this link...How to Photograph Flowers 
While I would never claim to have reached Jeff's standard, here are some of my favoutite shots of flowers:
Dahlia Moonflower
Orchid Encyclia fragrans
Alpine Eryngium bourgatii

Sunday, 1 September 2013

The Mini-Guide to SEO For Photographers

How to Produce Epic Content That the Search Engines Love That Will Deliver Waves of Fans and Clients.
(an informative e-book from Light Stalking)
Do you have a great website full of your amazing photography, but nobody is seeing it?
One of the keys to owning a website is getting the right traffic to look at it. Traffic leads to interest and interest in your great work leads to fans and clients. But how do you get that traffic?

One major strategy in the traffic wars is getting it from Google and other search engines. But how exactly do you do that? The answer is search engine optimization (SEO).

But What Exactly Is SEO?

Basically, SEO (search engine optimization) is getting your photography site to rank highly in the search results when somebody types in a relevant search.

Like this:

So, on that note, let’s get the big secret out of the way (that actually gives photographers a huge advantage in SEO).

The absolute KEY to good search engine positions for photographers is producing content that people go nuts for and share with their friends. And that’s a photographer’s key advantage!

See, For Photographers, Things Are a Little Different

Our entire reason for getting into this game is to create works of beauty that actually enrich people’s lives. Works that we can be proud of.

We don’t want to create some SEO pyramid scheme that is the detritus of the internet, just to make a buck. That’s not what life is about!

The good news is that we don’t have to – we can rely on our work to get us where we need to be in the search engines and have both people and Google loving what we do. In fact, search engines love photographers – especially if they know HOW to present their great work.

But Where Do We Start?

The good news is that you probably already have! You have a collection of great photographs. You have spent time developing a taste for what your fans and clients respond to. Finding ways to present that and other work on online properties is the basis of what you need to do.

SEO For Photographers is a short guide that will give you the keys to the rest. In this 21 page guide, you will learn:
  • what types of content that you probably already produce that the search engines AND people go nuts for 
  • exactly how to structure your content so that the search engines will love you
  • examples of successful SEO tactics on Light Stalking and by other photographers
But as we said above, this is the guide for people who want to be known for quality and to be proud of what they create. It’s a short, 21 page guide covering the basics of what photographers, who are obsessed with great work, can do to get that extra recognition through the search engines.

No tricks. No shortcuts. Just quality work. It’s how we have built up Light Stalking to get hundreds of thousands of search engine visitors every month (not to mention even more direct traffic and traffic from other sites).

If you’re up for the challenge and want to enjoy the extra recognition from fans who find you through the search engines, then grab the guide now.
SEO for Photographers

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