Today I've got a case study for you that I think you are going to LOVE! I asked Live Snap Love student Whitney Charles to come on the blog to share her story with you, because she has moved forward SO far in such a short period of time. She's come from being a complete beginner in Spring 2017, to having her own photography business (and taking amazing images to boot) a mere 12 months later. I've been following her progress with awe, so I'm delighted to welcome her to the blog today. In this post she's sharing with you what she did, what challenges she faced, and what she wished she had done differently. Plus there is a heap of then / now images so you can see the difference in her images. I think you will find it incredibly valuable and inspirational, so let's dig in!
It happens to all of us at some time or another.
We feel somehow lacking as a photographer, that we aren't creative enough, or our images are boring, or that we will never be in the same league as the "big guys" we admire. In short, our confidence is in short supply .
And in response you will have heard the same stuff as me, about how "there is only one you" and "no-one else sees the world quite like you" and "embrace your unique perspective!"
Now, don't get get me wrong, all of that is definitely 100% true, and we SHOULD keep that in mind, but for me, I need something a little more practical than simply being told I shouldn't feel that way 😃
So that's what I am here with today - some practical advice for building your confidence as a photographer.
If that sounds like something you could do with, keep on a readin'....
Are you using a 50mm F1.8 lens but having trouble getting sharp images?
Do you wonder why others can get awesome images with this lens, but not you?
Then you'll want to check this video out!
In it I go over the top 3 reasons why your images might not be as sharp as you want...and the best thing is, they are pretty easy to fix!
Ever looked at your camera lenses and wonder what everything does? Then this is the blog post for you!
I’ll explain everything you can see on your lens, so what each switch does, and what that funny little window thing is meant for too 😀
Learning about the tools of your trade is important, so take five minutes to cast your eye over this, and have your camera lenses explained…..
Today I wanted to let you know about something that I am rolling out just for our email subscribers that I really think you will LOVE!
You can now get access to our Resource Library - a password protected area of the website that is filled to the brim with loads of useful downloads for all stages of your photography journey.
Have you ever found yourself wondering about the difference between lifestyle and documentary photography, and which one suits your style and way of photographing best?
The truth is, the line between the two can be a little bit blurred and fuzzy, as there is just a few subtle distinctions that separate them, so it is easy to confuse them with one another, or even find yourself doing both from time to time!
So this blog post, we are going to get into a high level overview of both lifestyle and documentary photography, and see what those differences are, and whether it should matter to you….