Some companies and organizations making products or services for the creative industries have seriously stepped up their game during this time.
In last week’s article, I took you through the four best investments that I’ve made since becoming a professional photographer. But, since there are two sides to every coin, I guess it’s only fair to also tell you where I’ve gone wrong.
We have seen plenty of negative news, so it’s time to shine the light on those who are trying to make this world a better place by extending financial help to photographers who have been affected by the pandemic.
Most of us are familiar with “the gear trap,” the fine line that’s crossed when a shooter makes a top priority of continually researching and purchasing newer and better camera equipment. This can be a dangerous money pit. But there are times when your gear must be upgraded, lest you suffer the technical shortcomings of outdated or inadequate equipment.
Many photographers are scared right now and with good reason. The Coronavirus is causing an unprecedented financial crisis, which we’ll probably feel the repercussions of for many years to come. While you may feel pretty helpless right now, there are still things you can do to give yourself the best possible chance of surviving all this.
The coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally altered the world and caused serious disruptions for creatives in all industries. This excellent video features an experienced professional discussing how we can adapt to this new landscape.
Sony Corporation announced that it would be splitting its Electronic Products & Solutions (EP&S) segment into a separate corporation titled Sony Electronics Corporation effective April 1st, 2020.
The coronavirus has affected most of the world. In the UK, freelancers have been hit hard with no financial help until June at the earliest. Here are some brutal business lessons that we are all going to have to swallow.