1. Everything New - Seattle Photographer
Twitter-sized Synopsis: This is my NEW blog with coming regular posts about cool stuff, usually photography related. Links to my two favorite photography blogs. Also, I will shamelessly plug sponsors.
That awkward time after college, when you know what you want to do, but have no clue where to do it? Finally past that! (It’s a hard step…) After moving two different times within a year and finding all new clients and collaborators each time, I finally decided on Seattle. While not completely new having grown up about an hour away from Seattle, experiencing a city after school and with a clear goal in mind is COMPLETELY different. New, refreshing, and inspiring. More opportunity than you can shake a camera at. Of course, this means 100 people for every good opportunity. Just more reason to be a better artist, right?
With such a big move and step in the right direction for my photography career, the website and blog are now brand new as well. The website more refined and finally where I am happy with how it looks and feels: Clean, classic, and all about the images.
The new blog will be starting at twice a week and moving to more frequently when i have more time (I hear this happens. Not.). Featured will be advice, my thoughts, and lessons learned about photography, aimed towards other photographers, photo enthusiasts, and those that can stand my awful grammar. Also some posts from shoot BTS (Behind the Scenes, in case you aren’t familiar with the acronym. SMH gets me everytime.). I’ll try to keep it organized for you.
As a good blogger should, I’ll make sure to post lots of links and references.
Just to prove I’m not liar, here are my two favorite blogs that have been vital to my photography growth so far. And they are free. I like free.
www.thestrobist.com - David Hobby is hilarious and he’ll bring you from an on-camera flash n00b (this was all of us at one point, don’t worry) to an off-camera flash pro.
www.phlearn.com - Aaron Nace and the whole Phlearn team make Photoshop super easy to understand and learn, and should be a staple blog for everyone that doesn’t hate humor and free tutorials. I was able to hangout with Aaron for a couple days at a Creative Live workshop in Seattle and he is just as witty in person as he is online. Make sure and check them out!
That’s probably lengthy enough for one post, and if you got to the end, comment below on what you’d like to hear about for future posts!
Live in the moment, follow your passion, and never give up.
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