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The importance of documenting, not dictating

By Colin D Miller cdmiller.photography Call it reportage, call it photo-journalism – essentially it’s story telling. I’ve always felt that photography is the purist form of story telling and as a wedding photographer, my job is to tell the story[…]

Five ways to speed up album ordering

ONE Be sure your clients to values albums This should be done from the start when they first start talking to you. Be sure to mention albums at that point and when ever the opportunity arises. Take some time to[…]

Mile High Moments: Drone Photos

Dave Williams, travel photographer and writer, has just returned from over 3,000 miles on his motorbike. The adventure led him to the Atlantic Highway in Norway where he was tasked with shooting the adventure with a drone. In this short[…]

The Truth Behind Upselling

By Hannah McClune SIM Brand Ambassador and Owner of Hannah McClune Photography www.hannahmcclune.com ‘Upselling.’ That word alone may lead you to imagine yucky sales. A crass connotation of trying to force people to buy things they don’t want. When people[...]

The importance of letting people out at junctions and how it gets us wedding bookings

By Nick Murray nickmurrayphotography.co.uk, @nickmurrayphotographic Being a wedding photographer can be a tough thing. You’re basically an island in the vast ocean of the world for most of the week, whilst you stare at a screen in the dark, culling[...]

Printing Is King

By Dave Williams Capturewithdave.com,  @capturewithdave  Print your photos. This little piece of advice is one that seems so simple, yet is so often overlooked. I was given this advice myself when starting out in photography and it’s for more than[...]

Ways to show your brand values to be an authentic photography business

By Hannah McClune SIM Brand Ambassador and owner of Hannah McClune Photography www.hannahmcclune.com There are thousands of us. I’m a photographer. You’re a photographer. The thousands of client’s SIM has are photographers. It can easily seem overwhelming to be part[...]

Harnessing the power of Social Media

By Ella Abangma, Marketing Manager - Sim Imaging : Are you a Professional photographer looking for practical tips on harnessing the power of social media? Then this article is for you. How often do you scroll through a social feed[...]

Seeing Like a Camera

By Andrew Appleton, Appleton Photo Training. Why is the scene in front of us often so much more beautiful, more dramatic than the one on the back of the camera? Learn the 6 main reasons and take better pictures. You[...]

Typography tips for Pro Photographers

By Matt Cook, Designer, Sim Imaging Professional photographers, we all know you can produce some of the most stunning imagery the world has ever seen! But sometimes good Typesetting and layout on design projects can be an afterthought. Read on[...]