First thing’s first. What is photography? No need to grab the nearest dictionary you can find. We’re here to talk about photography more than just its technicalities. So, I’ll ask the question one more time. What is photography? Why it’s a service of course. But not just any service, it’s also a personal service. Why? As a photographer, your job is to enter the lives of your clients and capture as many memories as you can. You aren’t just recording memories, you’re also shooting emotions.
Being a photographer is pretty big. Clients trust you enough to let you get into some of their biggest moments. The more they are comfortable with you, the more they are likely to hire you.
You didn’t need to hear that. You’re already a good photographer as it is. Tons of people are all queuing for your services, and they’re willing to pay the amount you see fit. You know that you have no need to put up a photography blog. You’re already quite popular as it is. There’s no need for advertisements. Besides, it’ll only be a waste of your time. Why should you waste your time blogging, when there are countless people all dying for you to shoot their events, right?
But have you ever thought about making it on the big screen, or maybe just achieve the peak of your photography potential? It’s not always about how good your photos are. It’s not always about how many time you shoot each week. Rather it’s more about a number of people getting to see your work. Read on to see the perks of owning a photography blog.
It gives you the opportunity to show the world who you are
Sure, people are probably commending you for your awesome photography skills. They may even consider you to be a photography guru because of your shooting greatness. But all these flatteries and mushy comments aren’t a reason to stop. Rather, it should give you more power to keep on going.
Okay, so you’re a pretty active photographer, always seen with a camera on one hand, and a tripod on the other, but that’s not the point here. What we’re trying to score is that you should go on sharing your art to the world. Don’t be contented with all your fans sitting in one city or town. Aim for worldwide. I’m not saying you should pack your bags tonight and travel the world. No, what I’m saying is there is no boundary in your art, especially now when blogs are already prevalent. Through the use of blogs, you have the freedom to advertise yourself to the world. You’re free to tell the world why photography is important to you, and why your art matters. [Read more…]