You’ve just turned up to a styled shoot or editorial. Your camera’s are at the ready, and you’re walking
through all the different poses in your head; the locations, the lighting, the outfits, the details… and yet, you have this little niggling feeling that doesn’t seem to subside.
You’re excited, of course. You want to shoot! You want to collaborate! And at the same time, this little voice inside your head has you
wondering if this was a good decision, asking you “will it turn out the way you hope?”
It’s that time of year when our minds begin to wander…
and we start focussing on new ways to revamp our websites, become more creative with our branding choices, and see how we can take things to the next level. When the shooting stops, the creative side in us craves something that we can sink our teeth into and help portray our businesses.
It’s easy to go down the rabbit hole when it comes to website design and development. Whether you’re on the verge of a rebrand or you’re just looking to spruce things up, this guide has been broken up in to simple tips that you can get started with today.
Jacqueline Anne is a Halifax Wedding Photographer, specialized in capturing life's celebrations. She is based in Nova Scotia and works with wedding planners across Canada and beyond.
There are so many things that come to mind when you realise you need to start building content for social media and your website. The best place to start is by looking at your visual portfolio; do these images really represent you in the best light?
Who is your ideal client and do they even know you exist? In a world where people buy from people, not businesses, it’s vital that you are present on your platforms so that each visiting person can learn about who you are and what you offer.
One of the first things is to get in front of the camera!