Showing only your best photography work to your clients will see that you’re reputable, reliable and provide a high-quality service to clients. Nothing rings more true here than quality over quantity.
When the community of photographers giving back is the norm, we all progress and enjoy photography much more. Sharing and helping benefits everyone!
You really can learn how to be a better photographer with others by organizing a social meet up and working on an idea for a shoot, it’s a ton of fun because you’re with like-minded people and talking the same language.
So, this is pretty hot and it’s Instagram’s latest story – though not published by them, but rather about Instagram accounts. These two Instagrammers feel they’ve been stalked (aka Instastalked) and they know who….
Learning to become a photography teacher presents a load of learning, mistakes, and frustration. But, becoming a better photographer is the end game, right?
When we say photographers don’t give up, we mean just that. They make extreme sacrifices, other members of the public just don’t get nor understand! It’s about going that extra mile to prove a) you’ve got what it takes and b) you have belief your commitment will pay off.
They’re sadly inevitable, photography nightmares are as commonplace as with other professions. Luckily, we’ve got some top tips to ensure you’re ready and waiting…with no scary surprises!
As photographers, our passion for photography is unparalleled. We should take hold of this art form we all love and embrace it, flourish and develop! Keeping this love alive it what makes us explore and move organically, from one style to another, from one set of lenses to another and even to new locations.
Connecting with your audience isn’t exact, just being present and available – they will sense this. Be open to feedback and be a transparent photographer because your audience will instantly pick up on this and engage far more. Even if you’re a pro and often produce stunning work, a side of personality or even vulnerability speaks volumes…
Creating your own photography project is an excellent way to stay motivated, but more importantly, improve as a creative photographer! In this article, we’ll guide you through just how you can go about setting up your own project and why it’s so important you do one from time to time.