Nick Matiash, Author at Photologo

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5 Reasons Why You Should Watermark Your Images

I bet that you can take a great photo. How do I know? Because it’s unlikely that you’d go down an internet rabbit hole and find yourself on the Photologo website unless you were serious about capturing beautiful moments with your camera. You have an eye that can create magic from an ordinary landscape. You […]

Where Do I Place My Watermark

The picture has been taken, the edits have been made, and you’re feeling pretty confident with how you captured the image you saw in your head. But there’s one problem: you don’t know where to put your watermark. Your photographer’s eye may be trained in the rule of thirds and how to create the right […]

You Get What You Pay For: Why Watermarking Isn’t Cheap (In Value or Appearance)

In a perfect world, the price of an object or a service would correlate precisely with the amount of value that it brings to its customer. Since the world isn’t exactly perfect, that isn’t always the case. There are some things that you pay relative pennies for that you enjoy using for years and years. […]

How Michel Klooster’s Photologo Watermark Kept His Name Circulating When His Controversial Photos Went Viral

There’s always something magical that catches your eye at a wedding. Any photographer worth their salt knows when and where to capture those moments, freezing them in time. The bride.The grooms face when he sees his soon-to-be wife.The reception hall.The bouquet.The blow jobs. Wait, what?! Blow jobs and weddings don’t exactly go together—not directly, anyway—but […]

Loosen Up: How to Get Your Couples to Relax and Look Natural on Camera

Getting one person to look natural on camera is hard enough. Getting two people to look like themselves while being captured on film is a whole new ball game. The chemistry has to be right. They both have to be comfortable. They need to be on the same page–are we looking at the camera or […]