Selecting the right images to include in your portfolio can be a daunting task, but the reality is that sometimes more isn’t better, it’s just more. In fact, the “more” in your portfolio may be confusing your potential clients. Knowing what to include and what to leave out can be the difference between your phone ringing off the hook or you hearing crickets. Join us for next week’s Showit Live when professional photographer Stuart Thurlkill shares advice and answers your questions on how to build a focused portfolio for your photography business.
We know there’s a lot of controversy around the word ‘Hustle” right now. You don’t want to be chronically busy, and celebrating the fact that all you do is work, but you also do need to buckle down and do some work! Jon Acuff, the author of ‘Finish’ helps you to weed through the busy […]
White Rock is perfect for the modern photographer who has a more minimal design aesthetic preference. Clean lines and blush accents, lots of white space. Slight feminine touches make it have an air of softness, perfect for the modern photographer looking for less frills. “White Rock” Template includes the following: Scrolling home page with all […]
This last year I listened to over 70 books while training for an IRONMAN and driving our RV all over the country. Many of these books I have hard copies of, that I have read or referenced, but the following are the ten books that stood out to me and a few of the concepts […]
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