LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) August 09, 2018
Photography fans will soon have a free top-notch resource for expanding their skills in this competitive industry: an up-and-coming photography blog by industry expert Jim Feldkamp.
Feldkamp’s new photography website recently underwent a closed beta phase that lasted one month. Due to the large amount of traffic and attention the site received during the closed beta phase, the website will be 100 percent free, contrary to the original idea of putting the website behind a paywall.
Feldkamp created the website due to his love of photography and his passion to share his photography expertise with the masses. Feldkamp especially loves the photography subject of nature. According to Feldkamp, a photographer cannot take a photo of a landscape twice and expect the same result. After all, multiple photos of a single landscape or nature scene will always provide unique pictures. In Feldkamp’s opinion, a single spot always offers something new for a photographer to capture.
On the website, users can find five pages. In addition to featuring a landing page, Feldkamp’s website contains pages dedicated to background information on him, photography news, photography technology and a blog that addresses various photography topics of interest.
For instance, the blog provides a glimpse at Feldkamp’s personal experiences while photographing nature, photo-taking tips and even the national parks he most enjoys photographing in the United States. One of Feldkamp’s favorite national parks is Biscayne National Park in Florida, which features breathtaking marine life below the sea as well as its striking landscapes.
When it comes to photography news, Feldkamp has shared information about the 2017 National Geographic Photographer of the Year (Jayaprakash Joghee Bojan). Other news that Jim Feldkamp plans to cover includes the latest styles and trends related to photography, particularly nature photography. Through his website, photography enthusiasts can receive the information and inspiration they need to perfect their craft and deepen their passion for this artistic field.