Welcome to Beyond Technique, a podcast empowering photographers to bring their businesses to the next level!
In this episode, Skip Cohen and Chamira Young dive deep into a discussion with photographers
Leah Nash and Christopher Onstott. They are a fun-loving photography duo, both former photojournalists turned lifestyle photographers.
We discuss in detail:
- What made them transition from photojournalism into editorial/advertising, portraiture
- The art of finding clients
- Putting clients at ease in hectic work situations
- Controlling the “vibe” during a photo session, and making clients’ lives easier
- Getting good images in the absence of ideal lighting situations
- The role storytelling plays with photography
- Relationship building
- Special projects – what they shoot when they’re not working
- how they use PhotoShelter to directly serve their clients
- the importance of backing up images
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