Category Archives: for photographers

The Photography Show 2015 There are two main photographic conventions each year in the UK. These are the Photography Show (held at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham) and The Societies Convention (held in central London every January). Both of these events differ slightly, which is a good thing if your leanings sway one way […]

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I’ve had a few questions lately asking me about how to get sharp photos – specifically, how and why my photos are consistently crisp. The short answer is that as a professional photographer I’ve had plenty of practice (technique is hugely important) and I’m always thinking about the technical considerations which can influence the final […]

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I know quite a lot of self-employed people and whilst the world of self-employment can be satisfying in so many ways, we also bear huge responsibilities to our clients, ourselves, and of course to our business. We have to understand what it’s costing us each month (and perhaps each hour) to run our business and […]

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In this instalment of our business series we’ll talk about the importance of viewing sessions, a vital part of a professional photographer’s service. Once a photographer has completed a client’s photo shoot there are many other tasks to deal with. In fact taking the pictures is often just the beginning. A post-shoot workflow might typically […]

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I realised recently that I hadn’t written a business post for a while, even though professional photographers discuss business almost on a daily basis. We always have stories to swap and solutions to suggest. In fact I’m seeing more and more of these conversations and I think this is partly down to the way that […]

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the value of professional photography Over the years, I’ve talked quite a lot about ways to set our price and value, and there have been further articles here on the blog explaining why photography is not a fixed price commodity. The value of professional photography remains much misunderstood not only by the public, but by […]

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Full Frame v Micro Four Thirds As some of you will know last week I set out some of the reasons why I have turned to a compact mirrorless system for the vast bulk of my professional work, and why I feel that “for what I do” there is rarely any advantage to carrying around […]

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