Many pro photographers have personal projects or sidelines which they pursue for pleasure, a bit of extra money, or for more profound reasons – Don McCullin famously switched warzones for landscape and still-life photography as a form of therapy, for example. So how you can you make your personal projects more than just a pleasant distraction during your downtime?
Every photographer gets asked to shoot a wedding at some point and if you’re competent and confident in controlling your camera, it can be a rewarding experience – in more ways than one.
Master these camera settings before you do anything else…
Photoshop can help photographers out of a good deal of tight spots and difficult situations. From speeding up workflows, to the fixing exposure and colour of photographs, Photoshop can make the life of the photographer less stressful while keeping their clients happy.