July 18, 2016

A little bit ago I had something happen on a shoot that went really bad. I definitely learned my lesson and wanted to make a quick video on what happened. 

Here is the final image that I created. Somehow it worked out. This was one of the test shots that I took with my strobes.

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July 18, 2016

Full Time Photographer Episode 218 With Brad Feinknopf: The Ups and Downs of Partnership 

Brad Feinknopf is an architectural photographer who has been in the industry for over 25 years. In this interview, he gives insight on who commissions him for work, how he became a full time photographer, his advice on getting a partner in the business, how marketing has changed over the years and the most important thing you need to be successful in this business.

Who does an architectural photographer contact to get work?

When working...

July 18, 2016

Full Time Photographer Episode 285 Getting Ahead of the Curve with Sean Busher

“Just push forward, harder and harder and harder all the time. Get in front of people and don’t have hesitation about it.”

How does conceptual advertising photographer, Sean Busher stand out from the other photographers out there?

With an impressive client list and a unique style that sets his work apart from other companies that offer CGI, Sean and Peter, the team's post-production specialist and 3D artist have carved out a niche that has gotten t...

July 18, 2016

Listen and take good notes of Episode 203 With Vance Jacobs

Vance Jacobs is a San Francisco based corporate photographer who works with a variety of clients including various foundations, non-profit sectors and the government special forces.

Vance began his career as a photojournalist working for news magazines and eventually, word of mouth and Facebook brought him to where he is today. He explains that he uses his personal Facebook page as a marketing tool. Keeping his posts fun and friendly with a work focus, he always pos...

July 13, 2016

I recently was in LA meeting with my agent and he told me about a crazy story of some hackers holding his photos for ransom. They weren't just regular hackers but photo hackers. Whaaat?? I had never heard of such a thing and it got me a bit nervous. Anyway watch this 2 min video I made right after I met with him and be careful!

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July 9, 2016

The main issue that sparked these questions was a few years ago when I was

doing a job for Acura. I misinterpreted what the client wanted and the client got a little

heated over it. In the end the image turned out great and everything was fine. What I

realized was that I had not asked the right questions from the get go and I was continually

interpreting what the client was SAYING to me instead of what they really wanted. This

happens all the time and it is OUR job not the clients to interpret what they want. For that

reason I h...

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