One of the things I'm often asked is how to find clients — who typically want experience — without having much experience of your own. It can be tough finding your first clients when you’re trying to move past the “hobby stage” and make a run at earning extra income, but with a little creativity, you can find a few clients who will work, which can, and will, lead you to finding more clients down the road. Put Yourself Out There It's important to put yourself out there, especially in your community. I volunteered to photograph for a local food … [Read more...] about No Experience? No Problem! Finding Your First Photography Client
As some of you have noted, I am trying to take Photofocus into deeper waters lately. While we will always have gear reviews and how-to tips, I've been trying to challenge those of you at the head of the class to get deeper into photography. Nowhere has that challenge gone deeper than this, and I apologize in advance if I miss the mark here. But here goes...I want you to LIVE the images you capture and share, not just photograph them. When I look at an image, I want to be able to see the photographer's journey. I'm not interested in a mere … [Read more...] about Are Your Images More Photographed Than Lived?