How I’m Ensuring That 2017 Beats My Record Year Last Year

Previously I talked about the 5 biggest things I did in 2016 to make it my biggest year. Now that we’re well into 2017, it’s time to look at the ways I’m ensuring that my photography business continues to grow and improves on the success of 2016. To some extent that’s simply going to be […]

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Working With A Client’s Budget

Editor’s note: Working with a prospective client doesn’t just begin and end with discussing your price. To understand your numbers, you also need  look at how a budget is divided into negotiable and non-negotiable item as those affect your price as well. Craig Ferguson walks you through what matters. The phone rings or an email arrives […]

Work/Life Balance For Photographers

If you’re like many photographers, you became a working photographer because you had a passion for the craft and thought it would be a good way to earn a living. And really, how hard can it be? You’re living the exotic life of supermodels, stunning locations and lots of very expensive, cool toys. Then reality […]

The Step-By-Step Guide To Photography Style (Part 3)

Grab yourself a coffee (or something stronger) and get ready for part 3 of The Step-By-Step Guide To Photography Style. If you need to refresh your memory regarding the first two parts, they can be found here and here. So far we’ve looked at what style is and why you should have it, the differences […]

The Step-By-Step Guide To Photography Style (Part 2)

Welcome back to Part 2 of “The Step-By-Step Guide To Photography Style”. If you need a refresher on what we’ve already covered, you can read Part 1 here. At the end of that article, I assigned you homework to collect 20-30 of your favorite photographs and either print them or put them into a Lightroom […]

Size DOES Matter; Shooting Tethered In Lightroom

Long a standard practiced by studio and commercial photographers, shooting tethered should be an essential part of your photography. It may seem a bit intimidating at first but you probably already have all the necessary equipment for shooting tethered, and setting things up is not at all difficult. Got a camera? Good. Got a computer […]

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