As an artist/entrepreneur, we’re always looking for ways to maintain our creativity and our finances, especially during slow seasons. During the winter, work can be nonexistent. Clients are away for the holidays or may be regrouping for upcoming projects in the new year. Bills still must be paid and food still needs to go in the refrigerator. That means our time is either spent evaluating or creating our marketing and creative strategies for our brand. Unfortunately, we as photographers have to find ways to sustain our personal lives.
You have the camera, your lens, and a few vital pieces you’ve added to your camera bag. In this post, I’m going to give you five essential tools to add to your photography kit.
My cameras are my lifeline and I’d hate for anything to happen to them. That’s why I’ve been on the hunt for a camera bag to protect my investment.
I finally have a go-to set-up for my photography and videography gear.
Disclaimer: I was not asked to endorse the Survival Guide. These are my personal opinions and experience during the St. Louis workshop.
Business can be overwhelming. You’re constantly waiting on the next job, but you should also be consistent in making contacts. And that’s what I learned and more during John Keatley’s Survival Guide workshop in St. Louis.
Entrepreneurs are my heroes. Whenever I am asked to shoot headshots for a fellow entrepreneur, I’m always intrigued by their sense of excitement. The passion for their new found freedom definitley shows in their images. (more…)
April was a great month for me. I received an email from an advertising agency based in Miami to shoot video profiles for Kaplan University. I was excited, and nervous, about the project because of its intensity, but I had to remind myself of my life’s mantra: Everything I’ve ever done has prepared me for this moment.