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A Guide To Shooting A Successful Campaign Or Paid Shoot
You just booked a big commercial job or paid shoot. Maybe your first one. You’re excited, but also really nervous….
“I Shoot JPEG” | A Humorous Soliloquy That’s Bound To Be ‘Ken Rockwell Approved’
Once again and perhaps forevermore, it’s Raw vs JPEG. Which do you shoot, and when and why? These are the…
Your Raw Files Don’t Define You As A Photographer, But Neither Does Your Post Processing
Photographer Jessica Kobeissi gives a few words on why photographers don’t give clients raw files, and I add some thoughts on what was missed.
PICR Is Aiming To Bring Clients To You & Help You Streamline Your Workflow
The sharing economy has been disruptive in all types of businesses, but so far for photography it hasn’t. PICR may change that, and wouldn’t it be nice to have more clients and less business hassle?
Photography’s Catch 22 – How To Get Work With No Experience
Getting started in any industry is tough because everyone wants you with experience but is unwilling to give it to you. Here’s how Ted Forbes thinks photographers should deal
How To Choose Your Best Images: Top Tips On Culling Your Photos
Learn how to effectively cull and select your best images, and why doing so is crucial to your success as a photographer.
iMac Giveaway + The Modern Tog Photography Business Products Review
Approaching the overflowing shoe box with trepidation, I began to search through the unorganized mess of receipts in a panic….
Data Safety Procedures: How to Keep Your Images Safe From Shoot to Computer
The most important and expensive element of any photoshoot is not your gear. It’s actually the images that you shoot for your client. Here are some good habits to have for safeguarding the images from the shoot to your computer.