10Jul

Using An Oasis With Flowers

For just a couple of pounds you can transform your photographs of flowers.  Oasis comes in various shapes and sizes and is regularly used by florists to design floral arrangements. A pack of three cylindrical shapes like the one I use in the video costs just £1.50 from retailers such […]



05Apr

Continuous LED Lighting On A Budget – A Review

If you were at the Photography Show in Birmingham back in March you would have seen lots of stands selling LED lighting. While I didn’t make any purchases on the day I did come home and do my research in to this type of continuous lighting. I have always preferred […]

09Dec

Submitting To Stock Libraries – An Update

Back in August 2016 I posted a blog review about my experiences of submitting photography to Stock Libraries as a way to create a secondary income. It’s been a few months since I first dipped my toe in the water, in fact it’s been about 9 months. You may remember […]

25Nov

Persimmon & Plasticine

The other day a Persimmon caught my photographers eye in the supermarket. These days I think I am more interested in what food looks like rather than whether or not I might like to eat it, so at this rate I might lose some weight! So I have to confess […]

23Nov

Marketing Your Button Mirrors

So now you have made your Button Mirrors your mind should be buzzing with ideas of where to sell them. But lets not forget a few important steps before making those sales. How you present and promote your mirrors is going to be really important if you want to generate […]

22Nov

Making Button Badge Mirrors with your Photography

I know that some of my most popular blog posts are about making products from your photography, so I thought I would follow up on previous posts with this one about making Button Mirrors from your images. If you are already selling greetings cards of your images then this is […]