Pop quiz photographers! What is TFP Photography?
Are you not sure? Did you know that getting involved with TFP photography can quickly elevate your work to awesomeness?
Author, photographer, and marketing professional Ľudmila Borošová has written us an article on TFP photography.
Here to explain this unique opportunity is Ľudmila:
“We all started somewhere, and none of us have crossed the finish line yet. We’re all learning, day by day, perfecting our craft. We need to use every day we have to our advantage and find something that keeps us moving forward. I’m sure many of us photographers have found ourselves in a specific situation. Full of motivation, full of excitement, holding the most expensive gear you could afford, basically ready to shoot. Err, not really. You don’t have a model yet, and you can’t shoot clouds in the sky forever. And a makeup artist or a stylist would help. What now?”
Today, we’ll cover…
- Why do collaborations help, whether you’re a beginner or a professional?
- What is a TFP shooting? What are its benefits and common practices?
- What are the pros and cons of a TFP photoshoot?
Never Stop Educating Yourself, But Execute What You’ve Learned.
“Reading this guide, you’re educating yourself right now. Great job! Dedicate a part of your week to self-development, such as reading on Photzy. It should be a part of your routine. But find the right balance between “academics” and execution. Photography isn’t quantum physics, so in order to get better at your craft, you need to take your camera and go out shooting what you just learned!” –
– Ľudmila Borošová
Collaboration! It is truly the key to advanced successful learning in photography.
Photo Credit: Ľudmila Borošová
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