As parents who are also professional photographers, we sometimes have to choose between tucking away money for college and buying a new lens. It’s tough because we feel that the better our gear is, the better our work will be. That’s not necessarily true.
My new series, “Mom First,” touches on life, business, photography and the struggles we face wearing so many hats. You don’t have to be a mom to gain something from these articles.
If you’ve ever been to a same-sex wedding, you have a good idea how they differ from traditional bride-groom weddings. If you haven’t, read on for a walkthrough of some of the key differences, followed by a discussion of posing and marketing tips.
What does not kill you makes you stronger. This chestnut rings true both in business and one’s personal life. Distractions and speed bumps are without a doubt going to hit your business. How you overcome them is what defines you as a businessperson.
The following represents hard-won wisdom from many tears shed, chaotic moments, and wondering if my purpose in life is being fulfilled. My first and foremost job is that of mom...
Every photographer has a team that surrounds them. Even if you do not realize it you have a team. This team could consist of actual employees and assistants that you direct on a daily basis.
What if we lived in a world with no fear? Would that be good or bad? I’m talking about fear pertaining to you and your business. Opening a new business brings fear of rejection, criticism, and probably most importantly, fear of failure.
All of a sudden, my laptop stopped responding. I figured I must have had too many things open at the time, so I tried to reboot.
I don’t talk about this much. I have only shared one personal blog post and otherwise never talk about. We all have struggles, whether financial, relationships, health or a million other things.
// professional photography If you are a one-man or one-woman show, this article is not for you. However, if…