Must-Know Apparel Photography Tips & Retouching Mistakes to Avoid
We’ve put together some helpful tips to help you avoid making some common mistakes in the field of clothing & garment photography.
3 Tips On Handling The Haters & Translating The Naysayers | Slice Of Pye
Driving through China during Chinese New Years is an unsettling experience at best. Normally, these streets are bustling with thousands…
2 Quick Facebook Hacks for the 2017 Wedding Photographer
With ever-changing rules and regulations, and an often complicated algorithm, Facebook can be an intimidating platform to manage, but when…
The Single Biggest Reason You Are Failing | Slice of Pye
A Foreword: Many of you know, I am and will forever be, a student of everything. I love, and I…
Your $500 Client Wont Be Your $5,000 Client. Move On | Chase Jarvis
The nuances of photography as a business begin to show themselves rather quickly once you take that first step into…
Photography Tips | One Thing I Wish I Knew When I Started Photography: Clay Cook
Commercial and editorial photographer Clay Cook shares with us the one thing he wish he knew when he started photography.
Why You Must Show Your Work | Chase Jarvis & Austin Kleon Speak To Your Fears
Some show their work from the get-go but so many, often self-proclaimed perfectionists, hide in the shadows. This short video should help dispense the value in hiding.
3 Things To Improve Your Photography Results For Little To No Money
Some of the things that make the biggest impact on your photo work are things that require more thinking and less buying. It’s improvement on the cheap.
Overcoming Fear & Selling Your Photography | Interview With Sue Bryce Part II
In this part two video, Sue Bryce shares with us her amazing insight and wisdom on how to master yourself, and also build a successful photography business.
Living A Capture Worthy Moment? Good, Put The Camera Down For G*d’s Sake
It’s the harsh truth that we look through a lens at the best times, and my suggestion is to let some of those pictures slip by, and live it instead
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.