I don’t know any industry that seeks uncertainty in what they do, but I have come to embrace uncertainty in photography assignments.
My freelance commercial and editorial photography career has made me comfortable with a lot of uncertainty. But it has reached a point where much of the photography work I do has become easy, and the benefits that this affords : efficiency, predictability and authority are now an every day occurrence. I am no longer white-knuckling it until the next month, as I have built a repeat client base that sustains me through the lean periods and I have enough perspective to know that there will continue to be a demand for what I do; even after AI guts some genres of freelance photography. Continue reading “Easy Gets Harder to do every day.”
This was a tough but satisfying commercial photography assignment because I got to use all my production and many of my photography skills.
The assignment was for Ventura Foods, Inc., which originally was going to be a commercial photography food shoot with chefs, then evolved into a chef shoot along with an industrial photography shoot and then evolved into a chef, industrial and business lifestyle assignment during one of our first production meetings. Continue reading “Commercial Photography Assignment”
Edeniq Biofuels was looking for an industrial photographer with a background in biochemical and industrial photography to provide content for its new website. Their facilities were located near Fresno, CA and , finding not one industrial photographer in the area, they looked in Los Angeles and found me. Thank you Google. Continue reading “Industrial Photographer for Edeniq content project”