Photo Editor and Marketing Specialist Greg Jones teamed up with food/drink photographer Mike Aron for Creative Coaching — a service aiming at polishing up the photographer’s presentation and lure big-named dream clients in for good.
Pack your bags and 3.4 oz. toiletries — we’re headed to the airport in this week’s Creative in Place: Wings. We know it’s been a while, so we’ve provided a reminder of all the adventures that lie ahead.
There’s nothing quite like being within a six-foot radius of … well, anyone. After a year of social distancing, we’re all looking forward to regrouping. Here are some photos to remind us that we’re Better Together!
Creative In Place is a bi-weekly collection of images showing how our network of photographers and videographers can provide visual solutions just about anywhere in the world. We invite you to challenge the conventional with us in this week’s theme, Expect the Unexpected.
Vancouver, Canada-based fashion photographer Hugh Tull came to us for a Web Assessment, looking for help in polishing his website presentation with a specific request for advice on editing and sequencing his web galleries.
Here at Wonderful Machine, we prefer the term “self-assigned” rather than “personal” to describe the projects that photographers create themselves. After all, these types of ventures are more than side projects that satisfy extraneous creative visions — they help photographers get better at their craft.