With AIs being on the news constantly, it’s no wonder some of them are actually useful. Like Imagen AI: a tool for photographers to help cull and edit their work.
From Nikon D850 DSLR to a Nikon Z7 II mirrorless
With Nikon abandoning the DSLR market and going straight into the mirrorless one, it does seem fitting for me to follow them. However, I need some help changing systems.
Email templates you need as a corporate photographer
Email templates are nothing new at all, yet I find many professionals heavily underuse them. Especially under photographers, there’s room for improvement. So let’s dive in.
How to select lenses for event photography
Selecting your lenses for event photography can be a challenging task. What lens should you start with? And should you choose one zoom lens with a wide range or several prime lenses? I like to […]
How to use Todoist as a photographer
Getting a system in as a self-employed photographer is essential. One of the tools you can use for that is a proper to-do list app. My favorite is Todoist, for sure.
5 lessons I learned since being a freelance photographer
By now, I’ve been a self-employed photographer for over five years. As many blog posts and LinkedIn articles showed me, it’s time to write a lessons-learned article.
My street photography in Brussels
As a photographer, I think it’s almost impossible not to do some street photography at a certain point in your career as a hobbyist or professional. So here’s my Brussels street photography portfolio.
How to take group photos
As a photographer, you’ll get to the point you’ll have to take a group photo. For some, it’s once in a lifetime; for others, it’s a weekly thing. As one of the frequent group photographers, […]
One simple exercise to make your photography business better
Being a professional photographer requires you to focus on more than just photography. Though making photos is fun, you must also ensure the business side is solid. This exercise will help you achieve that.
7 questions I ask all my corporate event photo clients
As an event photographer, I call my clients sometime before the event. And I can recommend everyone else to do so too. Here’s why.