We all start somewhere, and that tends to be with a nerve-racking first paying photoshoot. Here are some tips to help get you through yours.
Dipping your toes into your first paying job can be terrifying for many of us. I vividly remember the anxiety and stress of my first paying photoshoot. I had no idea what I was doing, I didn’t know if my photos would work or be good enough, and I was generally a wreck. The simple change in dynamic from doing it just for fun to doing it for money is huge and something most of us don’t really consider. After a few years of telling people that you are a photographer, someone you know or a family member is bound to ask you to take a portrait of them or their family, do their company’s headshots, or even worse, photograph their wedding for them (I…
This is only a snippet of a Photography Article written by Scott Choucino
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