If you want to work with someone, but aren’t sure how to exactly approach them, this post is for you. The first contact you make with an artist is critical for your further communication. You might be the best at your field, if you don’t know how to compose a decent message, you might not get anything out of it.
It seems like there is a lot of discussion and controversy about when to shoot TFP, when to ask money, and when to pay a fee to the others. Here’s an overview of what most of the people I met feel when it comes to this subject.
Working in the world of photography is awesome – but sometimes you get into situations where you don’t exactly know what the right way of responding is. A bad response might hurt your reputation, but don’t be afraid to be firm and strict, and let no one cross your limits. Here are some real situations (either from me or from other people I know), how they responded, and what the best thing to do would be.
In a previous post I asked for some interesting questions to answer on this blog. Keep your questions coming, because a sequel to this post is on its way!
Hello everyone! Because I was moving houses, I didn’t get the chance to update much anywhere, but now I’m back! And I’m all ready for you with a new blog post.
This one is about the importance of planning. I am a very chaotic person (with a bad case of ADHD), so a good planning and structure in my work is essential.
This is the first in a series of #ArtistintheSpotlight! Today: Sanne van Bergenhenegouwen!
Hello models! I’ve been working with a lot of new faces lately, which I absolutely love. Here are a few answers to frequently asked questions and how I like to work with my models.
I made several posts about getting started in the photography world. But since I am a hairstylist myself, I thought I would give some personal advice from my experiences.
Shooting in a studio is fun! You have a nice place for hair and make-up, a toilet, heating and/or air conditioning… Shooting outdoors is more of a challenge. Here are some pointers to keep in mind!
Photography seems like a happy fantasyworld where everyone is nice and wants to work together – trust me, it’s not. While I love my work and everything around it, be careful for some of these problems you might encounter!
Don’t worry, I won’t be a gloomy Gus, so I paired every problem with a possible solution 😉