Hints, tips and anecdotes from the world of commercial photography

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Hello and welcome to the hints, tips and anecdotes feature of my site.  In this section I'll try share to some thoughts and experiences on the subject of commercial photography.

Commercial photography every day©

March 18, 2012
Introduction Photos sell cars. Says who? Autotrader, for one. They know a bit about selling cars. In this post I want to discuss how cars are photographed. Partly becau...
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Portraiture - what's it all about?©

March 03, 2012
Introduction What is portraiture? In order to ensure that this post is a study of respected opinion on the subject, and not a possibly entertaining but otherwise irreleva...
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