Use the most up-to-date scanning software to get more detail and resolution from your best film images
By Tim Grey
While I’m often surprised by just how many photographers have never captured an image on film, the reality is that most photographers who have firmly embraced digital photography still have a collection of film images. Perhaps in the excitement of all the latest developments in digital camera technology those "old" film images get forgotten,...
Recent announcements by several tech giants have brought cloud storage into the mainstream. Will it work for you as a professional photographer?
By Tim Grey
The Internet is nothing new to photographers obviously, and it has had a tremendous impact on the overall photographic industry. In some ways that impact has been remarkably good, such as it’s enabling photographers to reach a huge audience at very little cost. And in some ways that impact has been troubling, such as it’s enabling a meteoric...
Taking a long-term perspective on creating your digital archive
By George Jardine
By now, all of us know that photography changed forever the moment we began to capture our pictures digitally rather than on film. Overnight, film was dead for most of us, and every exposure made after that had to be imported into the computer before it could be viewed at all. From that moment on, you had to manage every photograph you took in thecomputer....
A variety of software solutions keep your photography business streamlined and your mundane tasks minimal
By David Willis
More business is good because that means more money. More business is bad because that means there’s more to keep track of. As your studio grows, software that provides customized management tools for photographers and their studios becomes even more relevant. Luckily, there are a lot of great software solutions out there, and here we look at...