Some places offer cheap and cheerful options, but they also treat you like a customer. If you’d like something a little more discerning, please read the article to the end: discovering which option will be right for you requires a conversation.
It's strange, but this is the most common thing people say to me when we talk about portraits. Don’t panic! I’ll show you what to expect when you come for a headshot or portrait session at my home studio.
I've taken the plunge. No more full-time employment for me. Scary! Now I meld my two passions - writing and photography - into a rewarding experience, if not a career in the dying art of photojournalism.
Spending time in a metropolis like New York when you don't know where to find anything, don't know any of the people, the weather is gloomy, immediately getting lost when exploring confusing city streets, is like living in limbo - every day is essentially the same and you can't change it. You just while away the hours. So in order to not go nuts or fall any further into a depression, I started just walking out of the hostel and going straight into Central Park. This was an area I understood.
The best way to gain perspective is by creating space between you and the problem. Read on to see why I believe travel is, above all, the quickest and most effective way to create space, and gain perspective.