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January 17, 2019

7 rules of getting the $2 million image

2F39405417615_63267ece24_o-110px.jpgThere are many things one need to pay attention to and manage when shooting professionally. Martin has wrapped it up in seven vital items, the seven key aspects. If these are managed well they will increase the chance of your image becoming a success.

Even if the focus of his article series is on studio work, I believe you will find ample ideas and help for other shooting environments in there as well. Read his premium article.

I am wishing you lots of success on taking your photography to new heights this week, month and quarter.
Bo (bgs)

From the portfolios
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Image by Larry E30. See his complete portfolio.

Your personal Nikonians presentation card
Print out your personal presentation card (aka business card). A good item to share with other Nikon photographers to spread the word about your community. You'll find the link for that under "My Profile" and "Membership" tab. The presentation card is available to all members on Platinum and Gold membership level.

How do you use video for oral history recordings?
A forum post by member f5titan explained what he was up to: To record the oral histories of Hawaii Island residents who lost their homes to volcanic eruptions and lava flows. If you are interested in providing your insight on the topic using Nikon Video, please do chime in.

Making your community better
As the community for Nikon users, together we are making photography better: We know that through our continuous dedication to help each other, no matter skill-level or background, we become better.

Learning is so much easier and much more fun together, letting us inspire each other and share our joy, and sometimes mistakes.

Join our fundraising - With your support, we can improve the community further.

Posted by bgs at January 17, 2019 5:55 AM

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