True story, as amazing as my clients are and their images are A1 and my audience loves when I share them, I get MAD love when I post images of myself! Crazy right, but true!
I was thinking the other day about story telling. I mean if you’ve ever met me, chatted for a moment or exchanged any interaction you know how much I love to talk and I’d like to think that when I do I share some good stuff. Which got me to intentionally thinking about ,”my story.”
One who thinks about things strategically, writes them down, buys the cutest planners and schedules like no tomorrow but rarely accomplishes anything because of the fear of not rocking it out perfectly and then there’s the person who thinks it, plans it a little and EXECUTES it , dealing with any setback and failures as they go!
When I first began photography, like many other photographers I’ve met shot any and everything. I photographed club appearances, red carpets, newborns, speaking engagements, smash cakes, engagements, portraits and weddings. Some of it I enjoyed and some of it I couldn’t wait until it was over.
You have the idea, the vision, now what… you need the visuals to show the creative and purpose behind you and your business.
So you start searching for the photographer that everyone is raving about with the most followers and tags on social media! I’m here to help you out with 10 tips on things to consider prior to booking a photographer….. here goes!
Things and times have progressed from the normal flat white board plus a few props. Flat lays don’t have to be limited to just lying down. I’d like to think that the angle and composition can vary as long as a story is told and received accordingly.
Flatlays are fun and essential for fillers or straight up creative content for your website,blogs and social media.
I’m sharing a few quick tips to amp up your flatlay game!