Stopping Scope Creep Without Offending Clients
Stopping Scope Creep Without Offending Clients
Photo.net Editorial | 19 Oct
To be able to have a conversation with your client that is in learned skill and that's the most important thing to your question and my answer is...
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When is it time to upgrade my gear!?
When is it time to upgrade my gear!?
Photo.net Editorial | 19 Oct
Photography gear should be viewed as just tools - much like in the same way that the person...
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Balancing Consumption vs Creation
Balancing Consumption vs Creation
Photo.net Editorial | 17 Oct
In this episode of Daily Creative Chase Jarvis answers a terrific question many creative artists struggle with in this digital age where consumption o...
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Higher Paying Clients AND How To Get Them!
Higher Paying Clients AND How To Get Them!
Photo.net Editorial | 12 Sep
I'm gonna do two things and answering your question, one I'm to talk generally about how to swim upstream and get better clients, and then...
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From DOCfield to Visa pour l’Image: A European Tour of Documentary Photography
From DOCfield to Visa pour l’Image: A European Tour of Documentary Photography
Michelle Bogre | 12 Nov
Documentary photographer Michelle Bogre was our eyes and ears at this past summer's photojournalism festivals in Spain and France. Join her for an on-...
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The 50mm Lens: One of Best Classic Portrait Lengths
The 50mm Lens: One of Best Classic Portrait Lengths
Jake Hicks | 18 Aug
Professional editorial and fashion photographer Jake Hicks explores the merits of using a 50mm lens for classic portrait photography. Learn from his e...
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Seven Reasons to Pick Up Your Point-and-Shoot Camera
Seven Reasons to Pick Up Your Point-and-Shoot Camera
Dawn Kubie | 13 May
Why pull out the point-and-shoot again? Didn't we buy Big Fancy Camera to get away from the inferior point-and-shoot? Photographer Dawn Kubie gives se...
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The Top Five Most Reluctant Subjects and How to Get the Best from Them
The Top Five Most Reluctant Subjects and How to Get the Best from Them
Dawn Kubie | 26 Mar
We've all had one. Maybe even more than one: a reluctant subject. Photographer Dawn Kubie shares her tips to get the best from these tough customers.
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Visual Storytelling through Photography
Visual Storytelling through Photography
Michelle Bogre | 24 Feb
Many of us tell our stories through photography. Being a good photographer, however, does not necessarily translate into being a good storyteller. Pho...
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The 2015 “See Photography” Challenge
The 2015 “See Photography” Challenge
Michelle Bogre | 31 Dec
Photographer and photography professor Michelle Bogre reports from Paris Photo with accounts of the unique work she saw at the show as well as with a ...
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