To be a prepared photographer, get your photography gear organized. Once you’re stuff’s in good shape, you’ll be ready for those jobs, every time! If you develop a ritual using these lists, keeping track of all your gear will become second nature. Trust me.
Merging your photography with Instagram has entered a whole new era for photographers and it’s opened up the ability to really explore your creativity. A social media platform with its sole focus on photos? I need to be using this (or at least using this, more!)
This is a great guide for how to get started in photography and ensure that believe it or not, money isn’t everything. Just when you thought it was….
Building and promoting your photography business with Facebook is probably THE first place to begin on social media. It’s extremely versatile and popular! Understand how to spread the word of your business, engage with your audience and people will start sharing and interacting quicker than you think.
This should be rule number one for paid photographers “keep your raw files” because why would you do all hard work just to let it all go? It makes little sense to go to all the effort to producing these images, for someone else to basically unlock your hidden work and do what they please.
When your photography career depends on creating a consistent and sustainable level of income, you’ve got to understand some basics, so let’s help you out! These 5 tips will get you started on some ideas you may have and want to build on or just to explore new avenues.
Even professional photographers make mistakes, sometimes albeit unintentional. The reasons behind these can be down to excitement or complacency – both opposites of the other! Let’s look more into this odd phenomenon.
Turning the corner of enthusiast to professional Photographer is one that should be approached with detail and understanding exactly what that means. There’s a great deal at stake when making good first impressions, so ensure you’ve got your checklist down to an art.
As photographers, protecting your images is of real importance to most of us. Ensure you’ve done all you can to keep your images “yours”.
In a photographer’s line of work, there are quite a few things that can go wrong. Not to be negative about the situation, but as with any other business, you should be prepared to deal with certain “sketchy” situations and set yourself some boundaries which you’ll never cross. Having boundaries and knowing exactly how far away […]