From scaling and misusing common photo sizes for projects, to color accuracy and compression, here are the factors that affect image quality.
You can’t go wrong with stock footage. One of the reasons you’ll find success in this sector is because video is becoming an increasingly popular medium. Syndacast has predicted that this year, 74% of all internet traffic will be video content. What can we make of this information? You’ve got to catch up with this glorious trend and get your foot in the door!
So you’ve decided to become a photographer. There are some things about the profession that you probably haven’t read in books or online. There is much more to being a photographer than snapping pictures and owning a studio. Here are some things no one has probably told you about becoming a photographer.
Photographers are chosen based on their portfolios which is why it’s so important to make an excellent first impression. Modern tools allow one to not only publish photographs but also build a story around them. A great website can help clients decide whether you’re a professional and choose you from a pool of amateurs.
Whether you’ve already tried your hand at shooting stock videos or you’re just starting out, it’s good to polish up on some basics. Learn the basic camera techniques to help you get started in shooting stock videos and keep up with the latest trends to help you determine what to shoot. At the end of the day, you should really concentrated on how to make a good stock video and we're here to help.
Have you ever watched a film and felt drawn into it right away? Often times, you subconsciously react to scenes based on the colors alone. Colors in film are used to evoke emotions and even the slightest change in hues can alter the way the audience responds to the scenes. Knowing which colors to use when can make all the difference to your projects.
While developing new search by image instruments for Depositphotos website, we took pairs of words—closely releted, yet opposite…