How To Be More Confident As A Photographer

I think most of us in creative fields can suffer from a lack of confidence in our own abilities. As a photographer and writer, everything I put out there is something I’ve ‘created‘ and, even as a seasoned pro, it can be hard to have faith in my work!



Modern Boudoir Contract Template 💋

We get it. You’re an artist. It’s painful to even think about something as mundane as a boudoir photography contract.

The truth is, though, that without a contract, you are putting your career and your art on the line.

You are vulnerable to all kinds of unforeseen situations. What if you encounter a client who wants to control you and micromanage your creativity? Or a client who sells your photos for profit? Or doesn’t pay you on time (or maybe even at all)?

We know you don’t like to think about these things, but it is reality. That’s the reason that many boudoir photographers contract the services of a lawyer to write up contracts to manage their client relationships.

However, as you can imagine, this puts a pretty significant dent in your budget. Not to mention, your bottom line.

So what do you do?

You could hire a lawyer and pass the cost on to your clients with higher prices. But unfortunately, if your prices are too high, your clients may decide to go elsewhere.

You could ask individual clients to share the cost of lawyer fees. But that’s a great way to tarnish your essential relationships with customers.

If only you could create legal contracts to protect your work…without the added cost of hiring a lawyer. Click here to get your MODERN BOUDOIR CONTRACT TEMPLATE.

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Composition With the Rule of Thirds

by Marc Schenker

The rule of thirds is the tried, tested and true method for making your photographs as visually appealing as they can possibly be. Of course, pictures that visually stand out are going to attract more attention and raise your profile as a photographer. When you think, in compositional terms, about the rule of thirds, you can’t go wrong. Here’s how to make it work for your photos.

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