This is a guest post by wedding cinematographer Ray Roman, but it applies to all photographers. Ray’s currently on tour helping photographers expand their job opportunities by adding video. In our industry, every client is angling for a deal. How do you create lasting memories for your newlyweds without putting a hole in your own pocket? […]
Thanks for all the great questions you’ve been sending in to the Photofocus podcast. This week is a two part show. First up, Rich Harrington catches up with photographer and educator Abba Shapiro to tackle some great topics to help photographers.
Then Levi Sim catch up with Ray Roman & Matt Thompson to talk about shooting weddings and making the transition from photo to video. Remember, you can post questions for future shows via Twitter with the #pfqa or send us a note here at Photofocus.
The music in our podcast comes from the cool folks over at SongFreedom, be sure to check them out!
Being a photographer is making people look at what I want them to look at.
– Ruth Orkin
I have a theory, that says people only get concerned about data backup after they lost everything. Until that moment, you carelessly load your images onto a single hard drive, assume all is okay in the world, and only move onto the next hard drive when that one is filled. Well, someday, you’re going to […]
If you have a website to highlight your work, certainly you’ve heard the dreaded term SEO before. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, and it’s essentially the tactics to get your website noticed by Google and other search engines. The Essentials of SEO Now before we get started, I want to mention again that this […]
Note: We’ve got a great event toady Justin and Mary Marantz. This event is totally free. Don’t miss today’s Google Hangout. The event is today, Wednesday, January 28, 2015. It’s absolutely free to attend thanks to Adobe, SongFreedom and Drobo. It starts at 3PM Eastern/Noon Pacific. Join Skip Cohen and Richard Harrington and special guests Justin and Mary Marantz. We’ll explore practical […]
Photography is one of those professions that, from a distance can appear as an idealistic, fun and (dare I say) easy existence in terms of a career. Yet upon entering the world of paid photography, would-be pros find themselves immediately faced with a demand for an exceedingly high-level of image quality, and an even higher […]