Thursday, October 23, 2014

Prime Image Photography: Redefining the Essence of Professional Photography

Depending on your approach, photography can be a communal experience or a loner’s art. When you’re in the early days of your practice, there’s a chance you might show your work to close friends, and they’ll most likely encourage you in your pursuit. If they’re not photographers, their encouragement will in many ways be superficial, and while the good remarks may feel good, they’re not substantively helpful. 

Thoughtful critique is key to any photographer’s development, regardless of genre. One of the best ways to get that critique, beyond workshops and portfolio reviews, is to develop and maintain relationships with other photographers and then start building your own empire of art. 

A friend with a deep understanding of photography, both in terms of what makes a good image and what makes a good body of work, is one of the most essential parts of any photographer’s growth. Prime Image Photography for example, knows how to make every shot a very memorable one. (click on the link to visit and inquire on their Facebook page)

Working with them is definitely worth-it because they’ll surely try their best to know who you are as a person to provide what you need as a client, and while they’ll encourage you, they’ll be able to candidly tell you what doesn’t work, particularly if they’ve experienced handling the same situation before. They know how to talk about photography in a meaningful way to help you understand and develop a visual language. 
credits to Prime Image Photography
They believe that it’s not enough to be able to make good images. It’s essential to be able to identify what makes them good, and in some cases, what makes them better. Hang out with Prime Image Photography long enough, and you’ll understand what makes a good picture memorable. Of course, this isn’t at the expense of workshops and portfolio reviews. 

They know that it's important to see how those images are received by those who don’t know them personally. Any criticism they receive would be taken with a grain of salt because they are the one with the camera. They decide what they shoot, and for sure they wouldn't compromise your vision.

credits to Prime Image Photography
Those types of events you've seen in the images can be good watering holes to meet likeminded photographs with whom you can forge relationships, and make sure to forge those relationships. It is incredibly fulfilling to work with Prime Image Photography whom you can trust with your work, and you can be sure they’ll give you their unabashed thoughts.

--see you next time
--==russ d'great==--

PS: These two hardworking people will blow your mind away. Click on the links to visit their page and get that perfect picture. Promote, promote pag may time. lol...

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