What's the biggest hurdle for you in photography and how do you overcome it.. Or is it a constant struggle?
its a consent struggle. people think the more “followers” you have or “likes” you get on a pic makes it easy but nah. at the end of the day i enjoy what i do and that all that matter. who am i trying to impress? NO ONE
Any video or anything you recommend on searching just to get the hang of Lightroom? I'm about to get my computer and stuff but don't know anything about editing on a computer. I've been editing my DSLR on my iPhone
i would usually hit up youtube “how to use lightroom” or ” how to use lightroom and make me millions” something like that. but i watch the food network i find my inspiration on that.
Hey man, big fan of your work! I was curious to ask, how do you approach your models with an idea you have?
hmmm usually i ask them if they wanna take flicks straight up don’t beat around the bush and tell em you will get them some pizza and beer. idk anyone that turned down some free pizza and beer i know i wouldn’t
I know you say it doesn't matter about getting seen and likes and shit, but if you have any, I would still like to hear your advice on how to...
its tuffffff man i know. but networking is key idk how many people i hit up when i first started and how many times i god turned down or got the “we will work in the future” it sucks but you just gotta keep at it and that one door will open up for you and just start killin it from there.
heyy! i'm crazy about photography (i'm inspired by you) and i really want to go ahead with it. but i'm only 16 and have an iphone... how do you think i should start?
You are already ready. start with your iPhone. if you look back at my feed on Instagram i used to shoot with nothing but an iPhone 4 and then a iPhone 5 what i currently have. it wasn’t till about September of last real until i was able to buy my very first camera. What tools you have isn’t gonna make you good. imagine if you were able to pick out whatever camera you wanted you think the camera is going to make you shoot better? the answer is no. its your eye thats gonna makes the picture how you look at things and the perceptive you look at them. Yea having a good camera does help out in certain situations but its not gonna make you a better photog. just use your phone take A LOT of picture of whatever YOU think looks good. don’t worry about what people think or say about your work as long as YOU enjoy it and are having fun while doing it thats all that matter.
Hey bro I'm a HUGE fan of your work! I'm just curious how did you break into the industry, get gigs, and clients and such. I'm just really trying to figure out what my first steps should be. Any tips you may have would be GREATLY appreciated!
Word of mouth i guess and networking. trust me it wasn’t easy I’ve been denied many times for gigs but just gotta keep on hustling