5 things to think about when planning a creative photography project

The best photographic projects stem from a fascination with the subject matter. You will be spending a lot of time working on any particular project, so make sure you feel inspired, motivated, and ready to return to it many times. I see plenty of photographers shoot subjects that seem to be ‘on trend’ rather than something they are intrigued by. If you like photographing teapots, then go for it, the images will reflect your passion. The breadth and quality photographs will reflect the effort put in.

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Outsourcing Your Photography Editing While Still Doing IPS

Being in the photography industry, we take for granted how easy it is to put together a wall art collection or an album. We forget that these sorts of things can be totally overwhelming for our clients. They have every intention of sitting down to choose their wall art and album images, but the sheer number of images they have to sort through overwhelms them, they don’t know how to choose the best image groupings, etc.

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Starting A Photography Business On A Shoestring Budget

The early stages of starting a photography business are very exciting and challenging. It feels like you have a million things to do and not enough time to do half of them. And if you are anything like most of us, you will have a shoestring budget at best. Things like branding, web design and printing can blow up your budget very quickly. This is why I have put together a list of tools and resources that will allow you to get your business off the ground without breaking the bank.

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