On the heels of publishing his new book, Portraits of the American Craftsman, Tadd Myers took some time to talk about how his humble project turned into a hardcover book. Tadd lets us know how keeping his work looking unique has helped him sta
This week we spoke with Rick (Richard) Dalton from Fort Worth, TX. Rick speaks from his decades of experience, and challenges new photographers to think critically when starting their career. He reminds us that it is wise to keep a day job if
Erin Curry and Steve Reeves are the duo that make up MakeShift Photography. Steve talks about how their fine art photography business is doing and what has been working for them. He also points out that networking is a major part of doing wel
Bridal and wedding photographer Joel Harrison gives some sound business advice and talks about how having a good fit is important for both the customer and photographer. He also reminds us to remember our priorities, and to keep them in focus
Eric Younkin lets us know what it takes to make it in the photography business. His stories of his own focus and determination give us an insight into how he created his successful photography business.
Fort Worth wedding photographer Lisa Cavet talks about the importance of having a mentor when starting a business so that you don’t have to go it alone, and the impact being an entrepreneur can have on relationships.
Photographer Jared Lindsay from Fort Worth, TX is making his business go with his wonderful photography and determination to get things done. He reminds us that sometimes the best way to do something is to jump right in.