By Lizzie Gadd
I’ve heard it said among landscape photographers, “Keep walking until you see what you want to see”. Get past the distracting objects. Go further than the norm. Go the extra mile to find that perfect perspective.
The same sort of mindset can be applied to any type of photography. I remember realizing about eight years ago how much of a difference it makes to take that extra step with each shoot. To come up with ideas on how to bump a photo from mediocre to awesomeness.
For over a year we’ve been working on an exciting new program at OFFBEAT: the Business of Photography. What started as a bit of a pipe dream has blossomed into a beautiful resource for all of you, and we’re finally ready to share it!
By Kahli Hindmarsh
One lesson I wish I could have learnt the first time around, and continue to be reminded of over and over, is to get it right the first time, in-camera!
“I call myself a professional photographer, but really that means so many things. I feel like I’m a storyteller. I’m an artist. I’m a documentarian. I’m many things wrapped up into one.”