It’s been quite a while since I have written an article for Shutter Magazine. A little over a year in fact. During this time, so much has changed in the wedding photography industry that has helped me to gain a new perspective on the business and fine-tune many different aspects to build a more sustainable career, and more importantly, teach others how to do the same.
Whether you are new to photography or have been in business for a while, you’ve likely heard of Adobe Lightroom. It’s one of the industry’s leading photo editing software for photographers and certainly a tool you want to add to your bag.
As a photographer getting your network hacked, having a hard drive crash might be something you hear about online but don’t experience firsthand. What’s the point of paying money for more hardware so you can have a secure network if you’re all backed up on external storage and to the cloud, right?
It was 2012 and both of us owned businesses that were hit hard by the Not So Great Recession of 2008. Cory was a partner in a post-production video company and I was a partner in a company that designed, developed and manufactured technical apparel.
When it’s time to upload your images to your client proofing gallery, you want the effort to be minimal. Just as you imported your raw images into Lightroom, you now have to export the edited JPGs to get them online for your customers.
This article will walk you through my process of styling for a photoshoot. When possible, don’t settle for shooting with whatever the client shows up with.
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One of the biggest complaints I hear from photographers is how Lightroom Classic is slow when they edit tons of images. While there are many reasons why this happens, there is certainly some responsibility on the user.
When modern-day photography was invented in 1839, the only option available was black & white. It wasn’t until Kodachrome came around in 1935 that color photography became more widely available and started gaining popularity.
I don’t know who said it, but it helped me find my personal style. About a year ago, I was lost and felt disconnected from my own work. Everybody told me that nothing was wrong, that my images were beautiful.