Commercial photography has been a long-standing pillar in the industry—encompassing everything from a simple headshot to huge marketing campaigns.
Then you daydream of your perfect client, who do you envision? Most people will jump to say “someone who has a lot of money to spend on my photography!”
When we talk about wedding photography, we’re always looking for our happily ever after!
Wedding season is rolling in as hot as the weather, and we are all stretching out the clock with time spent at the computer.
If you've been in the photography business for a while, you already know that mood is a huge component of any picture you take.
Like many photographers, I’m always trying to find new ways to take my images to the next level.
As a genre of photography, boudoir is heavily female-run and even more so female-focused. But the boudoir industry is changing. We are seeing more and more men wanting intimate portraits.
I am photographing many high school seniors who I photographed their mom or dad’s senior photos. I guess that’s what happens when you’ve been in this business for over 33 years in the same town.
When I started my photography career, a lot of people smiled and nodded and said, “Wow. What a great side hustle.”
This is the world our senior clients are growing up in and they’re creating and engaging with video content more than any generation before them.