Children’s Photography With Shannon Sewell | Advice & Tips
Child photographer, Shannon Sewell, gives some valuable insight in how she has been able to transition from shooting her own children into commercial and editorial work.
Palette Review – A New Way To Make Adjustments In Post Without a Mouse
Palette is a product that allows you to control many adjustments within Photoshop and Lightroom.
What Should Photographers Do About Other Vendors Taking Pictures During a Wedding?
You’ve likely heard about #WeddingPhotogate. Here’s how to prevent it happening at a wedding you’ve been hired to photograph and what to do if it happens to you.
How I Protect My Client’s Images From Capture to Storage
Here’s how to go beyond data backup of your client’s images and protect the actual physical storage of the images.
Are You Making This Post-Processing Mistake?
Many new photographers are making a very common post-processing mistake. This article shows you what it is and how to correct it.
Photographer Sues Unhappy Bride For $1 Million After Complaints Go Viral
Most of you are familiar with the story of the photographer who was thrust into the media spotlight for trying to collect an amount of additional money from her clients by charging separately for the cover of a wedding album. Now that photographer is suing. Here are my thoughts.
Photography Industry ‘Stuff’ Should Be Omitted From Your Biz Social Media
I was having a discussion on Facebook a while ago, on the topic of the negative effects of “complaining” on social media pages for photography businesses. Specifically, in regards to the dramas of the photo industry world.
Phenomenal Customer Service Is Premeditated, Not Happenstance
I live by the creed of “under-promising and over-delivering.” To accomplish this, you must have a very firm grasp on how you are able to deliver your service in a consistent manner.
How I Get My Clients to Give Me 3-5 Hours of Shooting Time On a Wedding Day
In my last article, I touched on the subject that I regularly carve out 3-5 hours on a wedding day for the couple and bridal party portraits. Here’s how I do it.
Shooting For Yourself Is Good, Just Not On A Client’s Time & Dime
Your clients have hired you to take pictures that are useable by them, they are not funding your art gallery display pieces.
Despite What Most Say, I Feel Gear Does, In Fact, Matter…
Gear plays a key and pivotal role in the outcome of an overall image.