Word of mouth is one of the best ways (or most reliable at least) of getting your work out there. But nobody is gonna talk about it unless they are exposed to it. For independent film makers it usually starts with YouTube then film festivals… For photographers it free online galleries then maybe local festivals… Continue reading Flickr vs 500xp
The other night I went to a pre-screening of the movie Te Ata. While waiting for it to start, I got to thinking: why am I here when I could be home exercising, cleaning, or typing up more release forms, etc? If it’s just for entertainment I could turn on the TV at home while… Continue reading Spectators Can Participate.
If there’s one thing they made clear at film school it was to always get written permission and cover your bases. Every video project we turned in was to be accompanied by the appropriate forms which they provided us with. This applies to photography and audio recordings, etc as well. Unfortunately, my computer crashed and the forms… Continue reading Entrepreneurship: Keep It Legal
“Come on guys, let’s go!” I exclaimed. Spring break was upon us and I was determined to enjoy it. Wouldn’t you be? Town was bustling and sightseeing was totally on the agenda. So, the husband and I (along with some friends) took a trip down to Dallas. We went to the Holocaust Museum, a MTG… Continue reading Race into spring!
When I decided to turn photography into a business, I didn’t have any recent examples of portraits I’d taken. I though “who better to turn to on short notice than family?” and so it was. The next couple of months were spent scheduling and convening for photo sessions (my family is quite large) and it […]
Have you ever found yourself at a new stage in life — a transitional stage — where you have moved past one phase and are looking at the options ahead of you? You have ideas of where you would like to go but are not entirely sure how to get there. So you cross your… Continue reading Jump In!