Category: Lifestyle & Personal Achievement

creative havits

How to Under-Develop Your {Bad} Creative Habits

The best way to grow your photography skills is to practice. To hone your skills, having a constant push to see a different perspective will not only keep your vision fresh, but will aid in preventing you from creating habits which turn into creative ruts. I mean think about it, how often have you approached a familiar scene (your living room, for example) and you realize you are standing in the same place you shot this scene the last 4 times?

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Documentary Photo Sessions: Embracing the Reluctant Mom

I want to start by acknowledging the dirty little secret of family documentary photography: for many, it takes some selling.

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My First Photo Session – Photographers Share Experiences

Your first photo session. We asked the Fearless and Framed audience of photographers to share their first photo session experiences. If you are about to start your own photography business, know that we all start somewhere.

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how to beat client doubt - for photographers

Storytelling Documentary Photo Sessions: Beat Client Doubt in 3 Steps

They book their photo session with you and the planning begins with their questionnaire + initial consultation. Suddenly, client doubt sets in about doing a documentary session. Read this full photography tip to keep them on the right track.

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A Letter to Photographers: Have You Taken Yourself Hostage?

Dear Photographer Friend,

I hope this letter does not hold true for you. But, the blog comments pouring in (like on the Double Dog Dare post) and emails to me here at Fearless and Framed lead me to believe that there are a lot of photographers that feel this way… just like I did at one time.

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photography business

6 Photography Business Fears and How to Overcome Them

There is a big difference in excuses and reasons. I’m not going to sugar coat it: people want to fulfill their dreams, but stir their own pot with reasons as to why they can’t thrive. The fact of the matter is, these reasons are excuses stemming from fear.

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A Photographer’s Perspective: 30 Days of Gratitude

Each November we see people flooding our Facebook newsfeeds with their “What I’m Thankful For Today” status updates. Here are my 30 days of things to be thankful for as a Photographer.

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