In this episode of Daily Creative, watch as photographer Chase Jarvis answers the question: “How do you handle a photo shoot that’s not working?” and why clients call you back. Mastering your craft, be it photography or something else, is the first step. First, you’ve got to know what you are doing, the technical stuff, like camera settings, has to become second nature. If you find yourself on a shoot with a client breathing down your neck, the last thing you want is to panic about the basics. Once you can do that without thinking, you creatively free yourself up to not only deliver that shot that they client expects, but also go beyond that. Let’s take a look at Chase’s advice…
Chase is an award-winning American photographer, director, artist, entrepreneur and the CEO of CreativeLive, an online education platform that he co-founded in 2010. As a photographer, he is known for his kinetic style and emphasis on lifestyle, sports, and landscape photo imagery. His client base includes brands like; Nike, Apple, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, Hewlett-Packard, Pepsi, McDonald’s, Red Bull – to mention but a few.
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