2017 left a bad taste in my mouth. I think a lot of people share that same feeling for a number of reasons. So I’ll take the feelings and lessons from 2017 and use it to propel me forward.
Last week I was in a foul mood. I had three photo shoots fall through and one of the models couldn’t even be bothered to return my email.
I consider myself an early blogger. Even before I left the investment banking business (circa 2001-2002) I had a blog.
As I look back at 2015 it will be defined as the year I spent in the water. Having ponied up for a professional grade camera housing for my DSLR it opened up the possibilities of what had been fun experiments to full-fledged commercial shoots.
It’s hard to keep up with all the social media aspects of being a photographer. Facebook has made it so the people that “liked” my page don’t see what I post (unless I pay for that right). I love the simplicity and ease of Instagram and equally love seeing other people’s photography. The blog typically takes time. I need an idea, time enough to work that idea onto paper and then enough time to write and edit. Twitter –