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Prints

Selling Photography prints is both exciting and rewarding. It is one of the many ways you can monetize your photography and actually start getting paid for all the beautiful pictures you have sitting around not making you money. Selling prints is also a good way to get your name out there in your community and start to get recognized and respected as a photographer.

An easy way to start selling prints as quickly as possible is by uploading your images to print on demand websites such as Fine Art America. All you have to do is upload the images…


An outline of crucial mistakes to avoid for a successful long-distance relationship

Photo by Eric Ward on Unsplash

You’ve met someone that inspires you to love again but because of unwanted circumstances, you’re unable to be together. You decide to give this long-distance relationship thing a try but you’re worried about how the time apart could change the relationship. You have your doubts and don’t know if it’ll be worth the sacrifice. I recently went through an eight-month long-distance relationship that failed but not before learning some valuable lessons.

We were physically together for nine months and apart for eight. I met her while I was…


Photo by Brooke Lark on Unsplash

Looking back at your childhood, you didn’t understand much of how the world worked but you’ve always known what your favorite flavor of ice cream was. As you grow older you begin to stumble upon new flavors you could have never fathomed existed. You notice The Salted Caramel Almond combination and the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough staring back at you. You hesitate at the thought of cheating on strawberry, chocolate or vanilla for something so seemingly extravagant. You give in, suddenly you’re enthralled by the exploding flavors of wonder and euphoria this once unexplored flavor rewards you with. You’re flying…


A photograph of me at the 12 Apostles Victoria, Australia

After five years of university, I wanted to take my life in a different direction. I went to university straight out of high school. I was seventeen, a kid and I had no real idea where my life was taking me. I knew at the time that if I got accepted into a prestigious University I would be one of those kids who everyone else knew had a future. I went, persevered through all the late nights, did all the work necessary and graduated. Unfortunately, I still had no real purpose in my life, no real meaning and no real…


Photo by Nitish Meena on Unsplash

I was an immigrant. My parents moved me and my brother to Florida from Colombia when we were four years old. I remember hiding in the janitor closet of an office building in downtown Palm Beach colouring inside of tabloid magazines because they couldn’t afford a babysitter while they worked their low paying under the table job. Their goal in migrating us to America was, like most of the Latino immigrants in the United States, to chase the elusive American dream. My parents wanted to live a lifestyle they didn’t see possible in Colombia. They wanted us to grow up…

Felipe Jimenez

I’m a freelance photographer and writer striving to live a beautiful life worth capturing and writing about.

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