Mar 29th, 2012 – VANCOUVER, CANADA: PhotographyBB announced today, the release of the 50th edition of the downloadable (PDF) PhotographyBB Magazine. PhotographyBB Magazine provides a diverse range of photographic education for beginner to intermediate level photographers. With over 100,000 downloaded editions each month, has become a leading resource in the future of free information distribution. The publication offers readers: Digital Photography tips and techniques, explorations on learning to harness creativity, issues surrounding the photo community, social media for photographers, entrepreneurial advice for emerging professionals, and image post processing tutorials in Adobe® Photoshop, and RAW processing in Photoshop Lightroom.
PhotographyBB Magazine is available for free download: http://www.photographyBB.com/magazine
The 50th edition explores the issue of developing one’s own creative style, techniques for minimizing background distractions when portrait shooting on the go, and even income tax tips for working photographers.
Editor in Chief, Dave Seeram had these comments regarding this recent release:
Since the beginning of 2012, I’ve been determined to bring a more diverse selection of article topics to the magazine that I feel are fun, captivating, and applicable to most photographers whether amateur or as emerging professionals. I feel that we’ve done a remarkable job on this edition in accomplishing that mandate and I’m excited to see what the reaction is. I believe change fosters growth, which is what we hope to inspire for all of our readers.
Speaking of change, I picked up a new iPad recently with thoughts of how it may change the way I approach my own photography. In this edition, I reveal what my thoughts are on how the new iPad will impact photography from both community and industry standpoints.
PhotographyBB Magazine is available for free download through the PhotographyBB Website at: http://www.photographyBB.com/magazine
PhotographyBB was founded in Oct, 2006, and is a division of PowerButton Central (2004).
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