21st July, 2014Twitter has come a long way since its release in 2006, and according to a recent survey of 14 countries, nearly 60% of journalists now use it for everything from developing new stories to verifying facts and finding sources.
14th July, 2014Getting the perfect snap can take a lifetime's work, and many photographers may feel like they have never taken the "perfect" photo. The following locations across the world are renowned for their beauty, which attract both budding photographers and professionals alike year after year.
1st July, 2014Although most apps will never be able to replace professional photo editing software, the fact remains that these days we take the majority of photos with our phones, simply because they are always easily accessible.
23rd June, 2014Science fiction is a unique and popular genre, with imaginative content, futuristic settings and parallel universes. There have been some incredible books written over the years from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, to Enders Game by Orson Scott Card and Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams.
19th June, 2014When you look back over the romantic novels throughout time, each are completely different in their own way, from the classics of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre and Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, to the passionate story in The Great Gatsby.
10th June, 2014One of the first things most aspiring photographers want to know is how much they can expect to earn once they step into their chosen profession.
28th May, 2014
Aside from writing ability, there are a number of other skills you will need as a freelance writer, and many of them actually have little to do with writing.
19th May, 2014Smartphones and compact digital cameras have drastically changed the way news and other content is produced, distributed, and consumed. Anyone who happens to be in the right place at the right time can obtain photographic evidence of things that would otherwise never make it into the public eye.
14th May, 2014There are some things in life that can only be learned through trial and error, but fortunately, most things can be learned from those who have gone before us.