Whether you are a lighting master, a pure beginner or fall somewhere in between, figuring out what tools and setups work best for your images is something that keeps evolving, as does a photographer’s creativity. As technology innovations continue to excel, lighting gadgets get smaller and more powerful, and photographers’ interest in the latest and greatest increase.
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Marketing for a New Reality
As photographers slowly emerge from self-isolation, they must not only reckon with rescheduled photo shoots and weddings—they also must re-examine and rework their marketing strategies to answer to the “new normal” in a post-pandemic business environment. Join us for the final installment of our three-part series on coping during COVID-19 and learn about how photographers Elizabeth Austin-Davis and Elena S Blair and marketing specialist Natalie Franke Hayes are navigating this changing landscape.
Moderated by Content Director for Rangefinder, WPPI and PHOTOPLUS, Arlene Evans.
Making Money Now
Watch the second part of our three-part series about coping during COVID-19. Wedding and portrait photographers Alison Carlino, Julia Kelleher and JB Sallee dive into the business musts: staying profitable and keeping clients engaged in unsettled times.
Moderated by Rangefinder Editor-in-Chief Jacqueline Tobin.
Creativity in Quarantine
A conversation with Rangefinder’s 30 Rising Stars alumni and WPPI speakers Quyn Duong, Jasmin Neidhart and Caroline Tran, as they share the creative projects that COVID-19 quarantine inspired and ideas for how to stay centered and connected to clients.
Moderated by Rangefinder senior editor Libby Peterson.