This year’s April marked the 27th anniversary of NASA's launching of the Hubble Space Telescope. Hubble is not the first and only space telescope, but it is by far the best known and most popular, because the images it captured have not only revolutionized astronomy but also ignited the imagination and the desire for knowledge in generations ahead.Read More
Continuing our Dear Me: A Letter to My Sixteen-Year-Old Self series, is the amazing Sara Rogers. She is a pug lover, traveller, bookworm, tea lover, potterhead and just a brilliant artist that inspires us every time we stumble upon her photography! We've managed to get some of her philosophy on the photography career, failures and comparing yourself to others. Grab a cup of something delicious, a mental notebook and keep on reading!Read More
What would you say to yourself if you came face-to-face with the 16-year-old you? What would you tell the fresh-faced you, about to plunge onto a path in one of the most inspiring and challenging careers? We are sure many of you would have lots to discuss. With all of the dubiety and thoughts in mind, we begin our blog series Dear Me: A Letter to My Sixteen-Year-Old Self. Creatives which are our beautiful clients around the globe, will share their personal written letters. Whether their letter is jolly or poignant, they will look back on their younger selves with compassion, remembering how sensitive and beautiful the age of 16 is. And talk, advice, encourage and comfort their younger selves.
Before you start questioning why you are getting (or not) the “too expensive” line from potential clients, you need to see if your pricing is on point. It’s true, it can take a fair amount of time to set and figure out the appropriate price/value scale. Make sure to deliver better-than-average work, if you are charging a premium fee for your services. But if you agree that your work can be easily replaced with a Google search and 10 other photographers - do yourself a favor and start working on being distinct, while charging the fair fee for now.Read More
The key to any successful business is getting and keeping clients. And the key to getting and keeping clients is, and always has been, relationships. You need to fall in love with your clients. The most important asset you will ever have is your real, human network. People whom you actually know and worked with, people with whom you connected and built a strong relationships. At the heart of life lie the relationships we have with other people. It comes down not only to the business side of things, but to the life side of things.Read More
In a world that gets busier and nosier by the day, productivity is on the minds of many. But instead of researching and downloading the latest productivity/time management apps, or forcing yourself to stay at work for hours on end - you may be better off following and understanding the concepts that this article talks about.
Nicole describes herself as an artist - from the inside-out. Creativity and ideas are what keep her up at night, and what wake her in the morning. So many assume that a lot of photographers must be extroverted, but Nicole Mason is a true introvert at heart. And this is one of the many things, which we believe, allow her to capture the most honest split-seconds of human interactions and make her photography so unique, candid and emotional. There is an unwritten trademark on each of her photographs and a recognizable photography style.Read More