Photographers (50070 US employees)
Photograph people, landscapes, merchandise, or other subjects, using digital or film cameras and equipment. May develop negatives or use computer software to produce finished images and prints. Includes scientific photographers, aerial photographers, and photojournalists.
Total Employment: 50070
Mean Hourly Wage: $19.37
Mean Annual Wage: $40280
Tips for Art & Design Students by Joe Allam
Useful advice for students interested in pursuing art and design. Even if you don't plan to attend university, these tips can help.
What is in my new camera bag? Canon Setup by Joe Allam
Check out my cameras, lenses, accessories and the bags that everything is held in.
Paris - Travel Video Montage by Joe Allam
Check out my travel montage video of the beautiful Paris, France. Shot over a rapid 4 night stay covering a vast amount of locations and famous attractions in Paris, hidden Parisian qualities and even Disneyland.
TOKYO, JAPAN – Travel Video Montage by Joe Allam
Tokyo, Japan is quite easily my favourite city I've ever visited! The vast size and amazement of Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ikebukuro and more is simply insane! I put this short film together to submerge you into the fast paced culture of Tokyo and Japan!
How to manage a professional #photography #photo library workflow by Joe Allam
A lot of people ask me about my workflow for organising and managing my photos, so I have put together this video documenting the way I organise my photo library and prepare them for editing.
How to edit photos by Joe Allam
Watch and learn about my Photoshop techniques! This video covers a large amount of the curves adjustment layers that I use within Photoshop, but of course there are many other adjustments that I apply to photos on an individual basis.
5 Photoshop Tips - Efficient Layer Management by Joe Allam
I use Photoshop daily and have built up an array of tips for efficient use when designing or editing photographs. Here are my top 5 tips for a more efficient workflow.
#Sports #Photography VLOG - London Marathon by Joe Allam
This is the third time I've been to the London Marathon for photography and I thought I would make a video showing my day as a sports #photographer.
Shutter Speed Basics by Toby Gelston
In this video I explain the importance of shutter speed in the exposure triangle, making sure you shoot fast enough to get sharp pictures, and how to use it creatively with techniques like panning to improve your photography.
Get out and Make Photos by Toby Gelston
The best photos can occur in the most unexpected places. Where you're shooting doesn't have to be the best. The photos that come out in the end are what truly matters.
What's in our Bag - Small Wedding Photography by Toby Gelston
We take a look at our gear for shooting a smaller wedding. #photography
Wedding Photography Tips - Prep Time by Toby Gelston
What do we do in the months, weeks and days leading up to a wedding- tips for communication, timeline and staying organized on the wedding day.
What's in my #photography bag? by Toby Gelston
Check out the camera equipment I take on most of my trips.
Build a Photography Portfolio with Squarespace by Toby Gelston
There are many reasons you should have your own portfolio site - in this video I outline the reasons and show you just how easy it is to have your own piece of the web. Build a complete portfolio site from scratch in just 15 minutes!
Photo Tip - Image Stabalizing by Toby Gelston
Some thoughts on IS and the focal length/Shutter speed rule for sharp images.
Think Before you Click: Distracting Elements - Episode 1 by Toby Gelston
Use a few simple photography techniques to eliminate distracting elements that draw your viewer's eye away from your subject.
Interview: Travel Photography with Adam Furtado by Toby Gelston
I chat with Adam Furtado about travel photography - recommended gear to keep your pack light, how to pack that gear and what he looks for in a strong image - a fantastic and wide ranging discussion on all things travel related.
8 Instagram Tips for Photographers - More Followers, More Success by Toby Gelston
I have 8 simple tips to make it easier to use Instagram, to gain more followers and find more success on Instagram. Easy drag and drop upload from your desktop to Instagram(almost), Be smart, be consistent, have fun. Bonus - The BEST Instagram export settings from Lightroom