How to Use the Web to Become a Better Photographer

National Geographic Traveler

The National Geographic is featuring an article on their Traveler site to provide tips on how to take advantage of the Internet as a resource for photographers.

The article “Point and Click” written by Scott S. Stuckey, with photos by Motoji Kogouchi, offers five ways to use the Web as the world’s largest photo gallery, to help photographers become better.

Scott encourages photographers to get inspired by scrutinizing the work of the masters and pros. He also offers tips on how to gear up wisely by viewing ratings and reviews before buying anything.

Beginners can learn the ropes by tapping the Internet for the collective know-how of the best shooters, says Scott. Likewise, he provides a preview of the more popular photo-sharing sites where photographers can post their work and let the world critique them.

Lastly, Scott provides tips on how to order prints online, by sharing his experiences with the best of them.

[Site: NationalGeographicTraveler]

Chris Malinao

About Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.

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