When Working for Free Pays Off

When Working for Free Pays Off

“Exposure doesn’t pay the bills.” As photographers, we’ve all heard this saying, and we’ve all probably even said this at least once. It’s frustrating to be expected to work for free at all as a creative professional. You and your work need to be taken seriously.

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Fujifilm X-T3 New Features Guide

Fujifilm X-T3 New Features Guide The X-T3 is now Fujifilm’s most advanced APS-C camera. It features the best technology that the company has to offer in this space and contains a host of new firmware-based features to take advantage of the new hardware. Let’s take a look at some of those features here. [ Read More ]

The Key to Always Growing as an Artist

The Key to Always Growing as an Artist As professional artists, at some point in our careers we will feel as if we reach a plateau in our work and are not growing. In this article learn the ways you can continue to grow and reach your greatest potential and work past that creative rut. [ Read More ]

Fstoppers Is Hiring Staff Writers

Fstoppers Is Hiring Staff Writers Fstoppers is expanding, and we're looking for more talented photographers and videographers to join our team as staff writers! If you enjoy reading Fstoppers and want to join our team, we want to hear from you! [ Read More ]

Use Synology NAS as a Video Surveillance System

Use Synology NAS as a Video Surveillance System Every video surveillance system I've ever used has been horrible. Surprisingly, the cameras, no matter how cheap they are, are actually pretty high quality these days, but the software used to actually record and retrieve the footage is almost unusable. [ Read More ]

Originality Is Dead: Long Live Instagram

Originality Is Dead: Long Live Instagram Instagram is awash with copycat images, from yellow jackets in front of waterfalls to feet dangling off rooftops. But given that we supposedly value originality so highly, why does mimicry proliferate across social media, and why is it so successful? More importantly, is it killing our capacity for new ideas? [ Read More ]