The universe loves speed. I can’t stand getting bogged down, stuck or glued to a computer for endless hours. Don’t get me wrong, I actually love spending time doing photoshop worklow. I get to be creative, artistic, and listen to some cool podcasts. I just don’t want to do more then is necessary. Or, if […]
Light is ridiculously simple and infinitely complex all at once. It’s like music, take a few notes and you can create a masterpiece. But you need to know where you’re going, what you want to create. In other words, mastery. Learning to “see” the light. Just like learning to play the piano, or the guitar, […]
First off, let me say this. USP as a strategy is way overrated. USP=Unique Selling Proposition in case you didn’t know. Sure, it sounds cool when someone mentions it at some photography workshop when speaking on photography marketing. But it makes little sense. Why? The best comparison that comes to mind is the overused term […]
Family by the falls photo promotion… What is the family by the falls photo promotion you ask? I dunno…I made it up. Last year. And it worked. So, we tweaked, modified and ran it again this year. Kaching. Marketing is all about coming up with offers and creating products that clients want. Products that have […]
“Self-belief is the catalyst for spectacular achievement.” ~Robin Sharma~ My heart was pounding. My legs were like rubber. My brain was exploding in a flurry of stress and fear…all cascading down onto my young fragile and vulnerable soul. I was freaking out in a big way. I tried as best I could to keep up […]
Let me get straight to the point…..7 mistakes photographers make. 1- Market Too Soon This is a newb mistake. They start doing all sorts of marketing, and spending money on ads and other “magic pill” solutions…..when the truth is….their work is crap. Increase the marketing too fast, and you’re only speeding up the process with […]
A true master of his craft. There is some seriously good stuff in Tim’s presentation. Some serious good stuff here folks. If anyone has any doubts as to what it takes to create beautiful classic portraits and do so successful, Tim sets the record straight.