Product Review: Inexpensive Photo Backpack Perfect for Travel

As a “professional” photographer with a personality trait to over-pack for even the simplest vacation I forced myself to pack light (photo gear) for my recent trip to Colorado.  Though I failed at packing light when it came to my clothes, I hit a home run with the small Acuvar photo backpack that I purchased from Amazon.  This backpack was under $30 and was a perfect size for all that I needed to carry on the trip.  Check out the video for a full review of the Acuvar photo backpack.

 

 

Shooting Photography Sessions for FREE? Yes or No?

Shooting images for free or TFP is an often discussed topic among beginner photographers. Pierce Brunson, of Modern Photography Group, shares how he does “free” shoots and how you can maximize the shoots you decide to do for free.

 

Three Tips for Getting Started in Photography (Business or Hobby)

Three photography tips for the beginner photographer include choosing the right camera, getting educated, and finding subjects to take pictures of. Pierce Brunson of Modern Photography Group, explains some ideas that will help improve your photography faster than “going it alone.”

 

More Marketing and Branding Tips for the Beginner Photographer

Here are a few tips from Pierce Brunson of Modern Photography Group for marketing and branding your photography business in the early stages. Beginners rarely know where to start and can use these tips to get information about your skills to potential customers and those that will share your information.

 

Selling Your Photography Services

How do you get people to purchase photography services from you? Pierce Brunson of Modern Photography Group shares his “numbers game” approach to getting more photography jobs. No longer do you just throw out a post on Facebook and count that as talking to someone about buying your photography.  The video will help you sort some things out.

 

Focusing Your Photography Business

Pierce Brunson of Modern Photography Group shares his ideas for focusing your photography business. Many people want to get into photography but they seem to chase “what comes available” rather than setting their sights on what they desire to shoot. Fixing you focus on what you desire to capture for people is the best way to see growth in you photography business and personal growth in you photography skills.

Sports Action Photography: Part 2

The followup video to Sports Action Photography In Available Light, Pierce Brunson discusses his learned techniques for getting the best stop action images during evening games. Follow Pierce Brunson on Instagram @piercebrunsonphotography and follow his sports action photography @fireflyeventphotography on Instagram.