Kind of a rant... So, If you own a business there are certain things you need to know before dedicating your precious time to creating content after content for social media. First off, your client is on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube & Snapchat. These platforms are so diverse that yes, … [Read more...] about Social “social media”
Selling my gear is one of the things that I really enjoy. Ever since I moved my office back home, I have had to reduce my gear and declutter. I no longer have space to my self where equipment flows out of shelves and fill every box or storage basket in the room. That's how selling my gear is easy … [Read more...] about Equipment Refresh
Yes, I'm one of those. I sold my Nikon D800 dSLR and purchased a Sony a7riii. Switching brands felt liberating. And it was not a bad upgrade. Actually, it's a great upgrade if you compare the specs of each camera. For weddings, most of my sessions and jobs, I tend to use two camera bodies. Depending … [Read more...] about Why I chose to buy a Sony mirrorless instead of Nikon Z system
How do you feel about working day in and day out on a project, just to have your client manipulate and destroy it's integrity? Lets pretend that you're a landscape designer. You go to the site, take measurements, speak with your client, go back to your office, design the garden, go back to your … [Read more...] about When clients manipulate your photos (Venting)
Lightroom has gotten a complete makeover. If you haven't noticed the differences yet, that is because most of the updates are under the hood in the color/developing engine. A few sliders and panels have moved around a bit, to better your workflow. Profiles are taking a leading role now. As they … [Read more...] about Lightroom´s new Profiles
If photos of devastation, houses without roofs, personal belongings washed up on the roads and families crying doesn’t inspire you to shoot, then there is nothing wrong with you! Everyone is capable of working through a crisis. You’re not someone that can stay silent behind a camera and do … [Read more...] about Staying inspired during a Crisis
Resources for photographers working in the wedding photography industry. I have been in this industry for over 10 years. And so, I have learned a thing or two about running a photography studio. These are resources for photographers. Resources for Learning A big part of being a photographer and a … [Read more...] about Resources & Workshops for Photographers
Generally, a photographer that does second shooting work in weddings and events are either students, new photographers or junior team members for a company. There are many second shooters who work to build their portfolio and experience. There are also photographers who simply like to shoot and not … [Read more...] about Second Shooting: My experience.