What were your goals for this week? To work on project 3 on my stretch plan which is photography.
What did you achieve this week in terms of your goals? I did a photoshoot with Madison Dyll and messed around in photoshop with my older photos
What problems did you have? Photography/art block
How did you fix those problems? Looked up inspiration for photography
What are your plans for next week? I want to study for Adobe CC and work on photography.
What were your goals for this week? My goal was to work on a detailed vector portrait. What did you achieve this week in terms of your goals? I am almost finished with my vector portrait. What problems did you have? I had no problems. How did you fix those problems? I had no problems. […]
What were your goals for this week? To work on photography projects and vector art. What did you achieve this week in terms of your goals? I worked on a vector project. What problems did you have? N/A How did you fix those problems? N/A What are your plans for next week? I want to […]
What were your goals for this week? My original plan was to draw on the Wacom tablets, but I worked on photography and the photography room instead. What did you achieve this week in terms of your goals? I did a few portrait projects for my portfolio. What problems did you have? How did you […]
This is part of a five part series focusing on tips for creatives to keep their own, unique, authentic voice from being silenced. I recently dropped Facebook for about a week, except for posting a few photos to my Facebook page. I stopped scrolling the timeline. I looked at Instagram maybe once a day or […]
Oh. My. Goodness. You have no idea how long I have been going back and forth, debating with myself for MONTHS, over starting a blog. FINALLY, here we are! Let’s start with a little about me. My name is Jessika, and I own a small photography business in Southern Illinois. I started developing a love […]
There’s no denying that photographs allow us to communicate in a way that’s like no other. More than just a simple record, a photograph lets us preserve memorable events, moments and peoples in our lives. With the ever-growing accessibility and instantaneity nature of social media, photography has certainly become even more significant throughout many large industries, […]
Interview: Meet Peter J-T, the photographer hoping to make a fresh contribution to the YouTube photography community
Peter dove straight into concert photography back in 2016 (Photo above by Richard Knowles). Since then he has photographed countless artists, tackled event photography, developed his video skills, and created a YouTube channel with the intention of sharing his photography knowledge. We interviewed Peter for our first feature in a series of Q&A’s with creators […]
I recently did a photography tour with Christine to Tasmania, it was thoughtfully and carefully planned and researched to give her students as much tutorial as they wanted or needed and also was full of enjoyment. We went in early January specifically so that we could see the lavender in full bloom which didn’t disappoint. […]
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So, here we are in 2019 and there’s a new year ahead in which to indulge our photography interests. From a personal point of view, this coming year is a year of clarification and reorganisation of where my time is going to be allocated in my photography work. Last year I felt a little under […]
It was a hard pill to swallow at the beginning of our photography journey when we realized that 10 percent of running a photography business is taking photos and 90 percent is behind-the-scenes, business-related trench work. Everything we learned came from experience and trial-and-error. Blogging was one of those things that we were clueless about. […]
I believe that art and artists make a hugely significant contribution to human growth and our society… It fosters thoughtfulness along with social and political awareness. Art can be something we all relate to, but it can also challenge us and be a catalyst for change.