Need inspiration? Try altering your perspective!
Shooting at eye level is the default position for most photographers. By simply playing with perspective, however, you can change the story behind an image and make it immediately more interesting. Find one subject and […]Read More
Need inspiration? Try printing your photos!
In this digital age, so many photographers never print their photographs, and that is a shame. It might seem terribly old school, but some photographers are sure that holding a printed photograph in their hands […]Read More
Need inspiration? Try shooting the same thing 100 times
One of the best creative exercises, as unusual as it sounds, is to pick an object and shoot it 100 times. It might sound boring but, as with any kind of creative constraint, it stretches […]Read More
What's the going rate for an assistant photographer?
Though it might sound intimidating, it’s crucial to ask the money questions right off the bat. After all, you’re doing business and you need to know exactly what you’ll be getting in return for your […]Read More
The assistant photographer's toolkit
It might not be required, but it’s advisable to have a basic assistant’s kit with you on all jobs—even if you’re a digital tech. Though you might examine the list below and wonder why a […]Read More
How to get your first assistant photographer gig
Forget basically everything you’ve been taught about traditional employment: for assistants and photographers alike, there are no job applications to fill out or company websites advertising vacant positions. It’s not as simple as listing your […]Read More