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10 Simple Steps to Build Confidence as a Photographer

27. July 2015

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10 Simple Steps to Build Confidence as a Photographer

Photo © Brandon Oelling For many photographers, using a camera or arranging an intricate lighting setup is as easy as 1-2-3. Pricing their work properly, showcasing their achievements, and feeling confident in their skills – that’s where things get tough. Lack of confidence is a common problem among photographers, especially in the beginning of their […]

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The Marketplace For Being Average

1. December 2014

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As an artist you have no doubt at some point compared yourself to your peers, mentors, and idols. Just as likely is the fact that when you did that, you also devalued yourself, and began to doubt your own abilities. As artists we always strive to put forth our best efforts and it is always […]

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Get hired, and STAY hired – a common sense approach

30. September 2010

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Get hired, and STAY hired – a common sense approach

I am an avid photo enthusiast who enjoys photography, but I have never been paid to take a photograph. However, I have hired and re-hired photographers for the last 8 years.  I work as a marketing executive on the Las Vegas Strip at a resort & casino. I (and my team) hire photographers for a […]

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Twitter 101 – for Photographers

19. December 2008

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Twitter 101 – for Photographers

Back in April of this year I created a Twitter account – but it didn’t come easily! I had sat on the sidelines for a long time wondering what kind of real substance could come out of a service that only allows 140 characters per post. I even perused the Twitter FAQ more than few […]

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