Posts Tagged ‘Photographers’
Balance Short post that will allow me to justify spending a few hours in Cinema 4D making a fun MoGraph idea. A relatively undiscussed facet of the visual media career is the triangle of balance. This concept, helps me with budgeting, and also allows me to be pragmatic in terms of bidding. This ones…Read More
I’m not ignoring you. (It’s a workflow thing)
Isolated workflow If you’ve spent any time with me you’ve probably heard me recommend a book, or five. My number one recommendation for everyone is Tim Ferriss’s 4-hour workweek. This (eye-catching) gaudily named book holds a myriad of techniques and processes that allow for the reader to achieve the “4-hour workweek”. It allows them to…Read More
Blog037: Make your marketing pop! Pre-production tips from a commercial photographer.
Marketing photography. Being a small company we love to see other businesses grow and succeed, photography for marketing across the world varies, but a few things remain constant. This is a brief guide to making your next shoot a success! Introducing the magical pre-production phase. Pre-production is all the work that happens upto the shoot.…Read More
Blog015: My thoughts on “Collaborations”
Great things in business are never done by one person; they’re done by a team of people. ~Steve Jobs Pros and cons of collaboration (collab) work Living the life of an artist can be quite solitary. You create, share and repeat. Occasionally there is another creative who reaches out and asks if you’d like to…Read More