Category: DEAR PHOTOGRAPHER

Dear Photographer | Janine Harris of White Salt Photography

Dear Photographer | Janine Harris of White Salt Photography

Image when I first started: the year 2012 To my past self: I remember how excited and yet lost you felt when you first wanted to pursue professional photography. You looked around, followed numerous photographers all over the world. You tried to figure out what style is wanted. What do other successful photographers do, and …

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Dear Photographer | Sharing and celebrating the journey, Feature by Stormy Solis

Dear Photographer | Sharing and celebrating the journey, Feature by Stormy Solis

CIRCA MAY 2011 Dear past self, just starting out on this photography journey. You don’t know it now, but this isn’t going to be the short-lived, side-gig that you think you’re trying out. You’re going to stumble upon what feels like your calling and your heart is going to be all in on this. The …

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Dear Photographer | Feature by Ana Myer

Dear Photographer | Feature by Ana Myer

Please don’t ever lose yourself again. But if you ever do, remember only when you are your genuine self can you truly create and love. Only when you love yourself you can be that person. Listen to the whisper of your soul and you can do anything. You are strong and capable. You are not who you have been told you are by society, by your critical self. You are who you choose to be. Always choose you.

DEAR PHOTOGRAPHER | Feature by MEGAN BOGGS

DEAR PHOTOGRAPHER | Feature by MEGAN BOGGS

  Dear Megan, You’ve always been a lover of moments, connection, and emotion. Ever since you were a small child, a camera in hand, snapping moments of your childhood, and plastering photos all over your sponge-painted walls. The artist has always been within you, pounding against the walls of human flesh, pointed down a road …

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DEAR PHOTOGRAPHER |FEATURE BY KATIE JENNINGS

DEAR PHOTOGRAPHER |FEATURE BY KATIE JENNINGS

Dear Katie at 29 years old sitting in your office cubicle with your headset answering customer calls, completely miserable and missing your newborn baby~ things will get better. You will find your passion, you won’t be stuck at this job forever. Just hang in there, you know this isn’t what you were meant to do and you’re worried that you’ll never find something you truly want to do for a living, but you will. At 29, you are just beginning your adult life and have a lot of learning and growth ahead of you.