I mentioned in Special Announcements that Shutterstock accepted two of my photos!! Still, still blown away. They also rejected some saying the shots are poorly lit, out of focus or not composed properly. This started me on a new adventure–researching photography tips and Photoshop fixes. Ideally, I want to take a class, but I don’t have the money right now. To Google.
An Introduction to Image Composition: How to Crop
The 7 Tips for getting tack-sharp photos every time
How to Fix Overexposed Photos in Photoshop
This Infographic is a Complete Guide to Photography for Beginners
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I’ve been going through some photography courses. They are amazing. Lydna.com isn’t free. If you can afford it, I highly recommend it. They do offer a 10-day free trial.
YouTube Channel: Phlearn Photoshop and Photography Tutorials
The Shutterstock Blog
I haven’t looked into it yet, but there are probably photography meetups.
You can also search “Photography Tips” on Pinterest.