If you are a photographer (heck, a human being), chances are, you have struggled with self doubt and lack of confidence. As a photographer, this can manifests itself like this: not charging enough for your services, not going after the jobs you really want, not setting yourself challenging goals, etc. But here’s the thing: as […]
You read my last posts, Getting Started with Lightroom, and Lightroom: Basic Panel and you are ready to learn some advanced Lightroom editing techniques? (If you haven’t checked them out yet, hop on over! I’ll wait right here.) Today we’re ready to really dive into Lightroom editing and all of the different ways it can […]
And we’re back with another Lightroom tutorial! Today we’re going to talk about your first line of defense against some common photography issues you might run into: the Lightroom “Basic” panel. If you missed last’s week tutorial about how to get your images into Lightroom to start with, check it out here. If you’re struggling […]
Lightroom is one of the most powerful tool in the food photographer’s toolbox. Unfortunately, as a beginner, it can feel very overwhelming and complicated. Don’t be intimidated by all those buttons and menus! In this quick guide, I’ll demystify Lightroom for you beginners out there so you can get those images into Lightroom, organized, synced, […]
Productivity tools are all the rage today and if you do a simple Google search for “best productivity tools for business”, you will be overwhelmed by the number of apps and software out there. I am all about saving time. I don’t know about you, but I didn’t start my own company to work 60 […]
It might seem overwhelming to add food photography props to the long list of equipment, software, backdrops, education that you are looking at purchasing when starting a photography business. But it doesn’t have to be. Despite the fact that you don’t need super fancy equipment when you are just starting, you also don’t need to […]
Picture this: you reached out to your favorite brands, tapped all your connections, talked to all the local restaurants. And then one day, it finally happens. Somebody wants to hire you. You found the client, the hard part is done, right? Now what’s next? Crap. You don’t have the first idea where to start! In this post, I put together a simple process to onboard new clients that works for me
You know that last minute trip to the grocery store that really sets you back a couple of hours? Or having to reshoot client images because you didn’t have a shot list to work from?
Well, say goodbye to your old way of working and hello to the more organised version of you. You’re just going to love this checklist.