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Dasha Pears 📷Photographer, Art Director, Coach, Inspirator Creating worlds ✨and sharing how Helsinki🇫🇮 from 🇷🇺 💥Next workshop in Helsinki👇🏻 https://www.dashapears-art.com/upcomingworkshops
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Dasha Pears
I often get questions about the money part of a photographer’s life. Questions like: can you actually make a living from photography? When is a good time to give up anything else and become a full-time photographer?

From my personal experience and from the talks I’ve been having with established creatives like @made_by_helga, @pattymaher and @dianewithonen, there’s no one fits all solution here. It’s always up to you to judge, if you can provide for yourself by making photos. 
Some artists are happy to work for clients and make their work fit the standards, others love the freedom of creating only for themselves, therefore they don’t rely on photography as their sole source of income. Both ways work. You just need to choose your own.😉
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As for the question about when to make the leap and transition to doing photography full-time, the good point is when you start making as much money from side-hustle photography per month as at your other job. This way your risks are minimal. Of course there are some, as you might lose some extra employment benefits, including medical insurance or the feeling of stability, but if you know that you have clients who love your work and you’ll be able to support yourself, you’re willing to take the minor risks.

Now I’m wondering, how many full-time photographers are there among my followers? 🤔Are you hoping to be a full time photographer? Have you been doing photography full-time for several years? If you’re doing it full-time, who are your main clients? I’d love to know!😃
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Another one from the illustated photography project with @evaart_design. 
Model @olya_model_helsinki
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I often get questions about the money part of a photographer’s life. questions like: can you actually make a living from photography? when is a good time to give up anything else and become a full-time photographer?

from my personal experience and from the talks i’ve been having with established creatives like @made_by_helga, @pattymaher and @dianewithonen, there’s no one fits all solution here. it’s always up to you to judge, if you can provide for yourself by making photos.
some artists are happy to work for clients and make their work fit the standards, others love the freedom of creating only for themselves, therefore they don’t rely on photography as their sole source of income. both ways work. you just need to choose your own.😉
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as for the question about when to make the leap and transition to doing photography full-time, the good point is when you start making as much money from side-hustle photography per month as at your other job. this way your risks are minimal. of course there are some, as you might lose some extra employment benefits, including medical insurance or the feeling of stability, but if you know that you have clients who love your work and you’ll be able to support yourself, you’re willing to take the minor risks.

now i’m wondering, how many full-time photographers are there among my followers? 🤔are you hoping to be a full time photographer? have you been doing photography full-time for several years? if you’re doing it full-time, who are your main clients? i’d love to know!😃
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another one from the illustated photography project with @evaart_design.
model @olya_model_helsinki
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A life-hack on how to motivate another creative (photographer, stylists, makeup artist, whoever) to work on a project with you (I know it works with me, when people ask me to collaborate with them😉).
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⏩Give as many details or options of where the project can go, as possible, so that your potential collaborator could envision the future project as his/her own. 
If it’s a photography project think of the main ideas and message, colors, models, locations, etc. Something that will get the potential collaborator’s mind going and becomes the right trigger to saying “yes” to your offer. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
⏩Try to get into the person’s shoes and see what’s in it for them? Why should they invest their time and creativity into your particular project? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
What’s your experience with getting creative collaborations? Do you have any life hacks of your own? Share them in the comments below!

This image is a part of our collab project with the talented @evaart_design.
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A life-hack on how to motivate another creative (photographer, stylists, makeup artist, whoever) to work on a project with you (i know it works with me, when people ask me to collaborate with them😉).
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⏩give as many details or options of where the project can go, as possible, so that your potential collaborator could envision the future project as his/her own.
if it’s a photography project think of the main ideas and message, colors, models, locations, etc. something that will get the potential collaborator’s mind going and becomes the right trigger to saying “yes” to your offer. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
⏩try to get into the person’s shoes and see what’s in it for them? why should they invest their time and creativity into your particular project? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
what’s your experience with getting creative collaborations? do you have any life hacks of your own? share them in the comments below!

this image is a part of our collab project with the talented @evaart_design.
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Just had a very insightful conversation with @pattymaher about art and how to find yourself in it. It’s still available in my stories ☝️
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One of the questions Patty got asked was about being different in today’s world of zillions of artistic. Check out Patty’s reply in the live video. We’ll be also discussing this question during my upcoming 2-day workshop in Helsinki, which will be held on 9-10.02. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
This workshop will be focused on finding inspiration and strengthening your personal style. There are still a couple of seats available, be fast to grab yours! To get more details click the link in my bio or drop me a DM. 😉
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Have you ever thought about the ways of standing out from the crowd? Share your thoughts below!
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Just had a very insightful conversation with @pattymaher about art and how to find yourself in it. it’s still available in my stories ☝️
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one of the questions patty got asked was about being different in today’s world of zillions of artistic. check out patty’s reply in the live video. we’ll be also discussing this question during my upcoming 2-day workshop in helsinki, which will be held on 9-10.02. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
this workshop will be focused on finding inspiration and strengthening your personal style. there are still a couple of seats available, be fast to grab yours! to get more details click the link in my bio or drop me a dm. 😉
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have you ever thought about the ways of standing out from the crowd? share your thoughts below!
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That’s so interesting to see how the labels and naming matter. I recently listened to the talk of @chaisejarvis with @elleluna in which he said how important it was to recognize that he was creative and to finally start calling himself an artist. That was a game changer.
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This point resonated with me a lot, cause I remember how hard it was to start introducing myself as a photographer to people, cause before that I was a marketing professional on a maternity leave with two kids👧🏼👧🏼. And then, shifting from photographer to an artist. The main point why this is important is not the people’s reaction (thought of course it will be different and you’ll need to learn how to deal with it). The main shift is going on inside you. It’s in the way you see yourself in this world. And it’s primary to anything else. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
When you stop defining yourself by your current job (builder, driver, bar tender) or family situation (wife and mom of two), but when you recognize why is it that you are here. It’s not easy in many cases, right? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Do you have any experience with it? Please share below!
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Model @iren_show
28 1,156 3 days ago
That’s so interesting to see how the labels and naming matter. i recently listened to the talk of @chaisejarvis with @elleluna in which he said how important it was to recognize that he was creative and to finally start calling himself an artist. that was a game changer.
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this point resonated with me a lot, cause i remember how hard it was to start introducing myself as a photographer to people, cause before that i was a marketing professional on a maternity leave with two kids👧🏼👧🏼. and then, shifting from photographer to an artist. the main point why this is important is not the people’s reaction (thought of course it will be different and you’ll need to learn how to deal with it). the main shift is going on inside you. it’s in the way you see yourself in this world. and it’s primary to anything else. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
when you stop defining yourself by your current job (builder, driver, bar tender) or family situation (wife and mom of two), but when you recognize why is it that you are here. it’s not easy in many cases, right? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
do you have any experience with it? please share below!
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model @iren_show
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As I work more and more in Helsinki and begin to run out of “interesting” locations to shoot in, I realize how challenging and exiting it is to create a compelling story in a simple space, when you only have a window and a wall.

Had a brain storming session recently and came up with about 15 ideas for new shoots and all of them can be done in a simple room with a white wall. Well, ok, I admit, the wall doesn’t always have to be white 😝 
But anyway, my point is that you don’t have to travel far away in search for amazing locations or even wait for the nice weather outside, if you have a camera, a willing subject and a bunch of ideas.

This will also be one of the main things we’ll be learning during my upcoming Helsinki workshops: creating stories in a plain space. ✨

How often do you shoot at home? Do you like it? Or would you rather go search for interesting locations?
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As i work more and more in helsinki and begin to run out of “interesting” locations to shoot in, i realize how challenging and exiting it is to create a compelling story in a simple space, when you only have a window and a wall.

had a brain storming session recently and came up with about 15 ideas for new shoots and all of them can be done in a simple room with a white wall. well, ok, i admit, the wall doesn’t always have to be white 😝
but anyway, my point is that you don’t have to travel far away in search for amazing locations or even wait for the nice weather outside, if you have a camera, a willing subject and a bunch of ideas.

this will also be one of the main things we’ll be learning during my upcoming helsinki workshops: creating stories in a plain space. ✨

how often do you shoot at home? do you like it? or would you rather go search for interesting locations?
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Dasha Pears
Thanks so much for tuning in for my live interview with @jovanarikalo last Monday. In this post I gathered some key 
takeaways from our talk. 🔥🔥🔥
💥you don’t have formal photography education in photography. You can start from scratch and learn everything yourself, if only you really want to master it.
💥 when you organize complex shoots with gigantic props, smoke, bubbles and balloons, like Jovana, it’s always great to work with an assistant. Try to find someone, who will stay with you and become a part of your team. Such a person will be priceless not only on location, but also while you’re planning your shoots: you can through ideas at each other, etc.
💥 if you don’t have a chance to work with complex props, then you can still add them later in Photoshop, BUT your Photoshop skills have to be excellent for the final image to look real.
💥 when you’re working with models: it helps if you meet them first and explain every detail of your shoot to them, including the emotion you want to get as a result. I would also add, that running a test-shoot will also help a great deal.
💥 if you’re from a small country and don’t actually see the market for your work there aim globally. Don’t limit yourself by just one region. The key is to find your style, do your best for every work you share and you’ll attract people from all over the world.
💥 if you want to create more meaningful work: look inside and observe everything that strongly impacts you in the first place. If it had a strong impact on you chances are it will resonate deeply with your audience.

I think those are great tips and nuggets of wisdom that you can easily apply to what you do. Don’t forget to save the post, to be able to review them later! 
This Sunday, 16.12 I’m talking to @pattymaher! We’ll be live at 20.00 EEST (Helsinki time) So excited about this upcoming interview. 😃
Also, if you have suggestions on who I should interview next, please send them in the comments below or DMs!
Model @sophie.simone.zurich
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16 876 5 days ago
Thanks so much for tuning in for my live interview with @jovanarikalo last monday. in this post i gathered some key
takeaways from our talk. 🔥🔥🔥
💥you don’t have formal photography education in photography. you can start from scratch and learn everything yourself, if only you really want to master it.
💥 when you organize complex shoots with gigantic props, smoke, bubbles and balloons, like jovana, it’s always great to work with an assistant. try to find someone, who will stay with you and become a part of your team. such a person will be priceless not only on location, but also while you’re planning your shoots: you can through ideas at each other, etc.
💥 if you don’t have a chance to work with complex props, then you can still add them later in photoshop, but your photoshop skills have to be excellent for the final image to look real.
💥 when you’re working with models: it helps if you meet them first and explain every detail of your shoot to them, including the emotion you want to get as a result. i would also add, that running a test-shoot will also help a great deal.
💥 if you’re from a small country and don’t actually see the market for your work there aim globally. don’t limit yourself by just one region. the key is to find your style, do your best for every work you share and you’ll attract people from all over the world.
💥 if you want to create more meaningful work: look inside and observe everything that strongly impacts you in the first place. if it had a strong impact on you chances are it will resonate deeply with your audience.

i think those are great tips and nuggets of wisdom that you can easily apply to what you do. don’t forget to save the post, to be able to review them later!
this sunday, 16.12 i’m talking to @pattymaher! we’ll be live at 20.00 eest (helsinki time) so excited about this upcoming interview. 😃
also, if you have suggestions on who i should interview next, please send them in the comments below or dms!
model @sophie.simone.zurich
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Just to continue the previous post’s topic about drafts and making mistakes. Here’s a story I heard in one of the interviews of Kevin Kelly (he’s a founder and executive editor of @wired). Kevin told a story about a ceramic class teacher who suggested his students to evaluate their work in two ways: 
1. they work on one this and get it to perfection
2. they create lots of works and he measures their results by the weight of those works.

The interesting part was that the best works in class usually came from the second group. Those students were not afraid to make mistakes, they tried many things and learned A LOT more. 💪

This story also reminds me of the idea of “fixed” VS “growth” mindset from a book by @theofficialcaroldweck. Have you ever heard of this idea? If yes, what do you think of it and of the book as well.

This one is “You VS You” shot during one of my workshops with beautiful @nabrakswiatla.
Muah by @beauty_dash_ 
Dress by @lumoanstories
Assistant @_lovinphoto_

#dashapears_justdoit🥊
25 1,175 6 days ago
Just to continue the previous post’s topic about drafts and making mistakes. here’s a story i heard in one of the interviews of kevin kelly (he’s a founder and executive editor of @wired ). kevin told a story about a ceramic class teacher who suggested his students to evaluate their work in two ways:
1. they work on one this and get it to perfection
2. they create lots of works and he measures their results by the weight of those works.

the interesting part was that the best works in class usually came from the second group. those students were not afraid to make mistakes, they tried many things and learned a lot more. 💪

this story also reminds me of the idea of “fixed” vs “growth” mindset from a book by @theofficialcaroldweck. have you ever heard of this idea? if yes, what do you think of it and of the book as well.

this one is “you vs you” shot during one of my workshops with beautiful @nabrakswiatla.
muah by @beauty_dash_
dress by @lumoanstories
assistant @_lovinphoto_

#dashapears_justdoit🥊
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Have you ever heard of an idea that a good photographer should be able to catch a perfect shot with a minimal number of clicks? I have, and I was also kind of embarrassed to admit, that I make MANY clicks. About 300 for a fine art shoot with a final result of one image. And about 3000-4000 for a client shoot. However, recently I came across of an idea that all those shots are actually drafts for the final image I want to have. Look at it this way: no one expects a writer, like say @officialjkrowling to write a book in just one sitting. It has always been considered the right thing to do for painters, to make thousands of sketches before completing the final work. Think of Picasso’s work on Guernica for example. But photographers are somehow expected to get everything in just a blink of an eye. 📸

Yes, Henri Cartier-Bresson did do it and I’ll be forever admiring his art of being able to get his genius shots fast. However, if you’re not like that, there’s no point of blaming yourself. Everyone has his own creating process. So, when you treat your clicks as drafts it gives you mental freedom. You actually appreciate taking them, as these drafts, these mistakes, allowed you to get a great final image as a result.

It doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t try to work with the limitations that analogue photographer’s have to work with. It can help you grow. Yet, we have different technologies today, so they do make our processes quite different.
What’s your take on that? Have you ever tried analogue photography? or at least putting yourself in a position, when your shots are limited and each one has to be perfect from the very beginning?
This is my most favorite of the works shot recently. I’m really happy with it. 
Thanks to the model 💙 @iren_show
and my brave assistant @_lovinphoto_ for making this happen.
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Have you ever heard of an idea that a good photographer should be able to catch a perfect shot with a minimal number of clicks? i have, and i was also kind of embarrassed to admit, that i make many clicks. about 300 for a fine art shoot with a final result of one image. and about 3000-4000 for a client shoot. however, recently i came across of an idea that all those shots are actually drafts for the final image i want to have. look at it this way: no one expects a writer, like say @officialjkrowling to write a book in just one sitting. it has always been considered the right thing to do for painters, to make thousands of sketches before completing the final work. think of picasso’s work on guernica for example. but photographers are somehow expected to get everything in just a blink of an eye. 📸

yes, henri cartier-bresson did do it and i’ll be forever admiring his art of being able to get his genius shots fast. however, if you’re not like that, there’s no point of blaming yourself. everyone has his own creating process. so, when you treat your clicks as drafts it gives you mental freedom. you actually appreciate taking them, as these drafts, these mistakes, allowed you to get a great final image as a result.

it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t try to work with the limitations that analogue photographer’s have to work with. it can help you grow. yet, we have different technologies today, so they do make our processes quite different.
what’s your take on that? have you ever tried analogue photography? or at least putting yourself in a position, when your shots are limited and each one has to be perfect from the very beginning?
this is my most favorite of the works shot recently. i’m really happy with it.
thanks to the model 💙 @iren_show
and my brave assistant @_lovinphoto_ for making this happen.
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When I was about to hold my first workshop, I asked my followers on Facebook (cause I didn’t have an IG account back then🙈) what would you like to learn from me? And the first question that popped up was: how to organize such a creative photoshoot on a low budget? Since then, this question has always been among the most popular ones in my community. That’s why my new blog post is about low budget shoots! 💸 
Go and check it out now! The link is in my bio and there’s also a swipe up link in stories. 😉👆 In a couple of hours, I’ll be having a live interview with a very interesting photographer - @jovanarikalo and I’ll try to unpack her creative main so that you could learn from her experience. 💪 It’s 20.00 EEST, Don’t miss it!
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When i was about to hold my first workshop, i asked my followers on facebook (cause i didn’t have an ig account back then🙈) what would you like to learn from me? and the first question that popped up was: how to organize such a creative photoshoot on a low budget? since then, this question has always been among the most popular ones in my community. that’s why my new blog post is about low budget shoots! 💸
go and check it out now! the link is in my bio and there’s also a swipe up link in stories. 😉👆 in a couple of hours, i’ll be having a live interview with a very interesting photographer - @jovanarikalo and i’ll try to unpack her creative main so that you could learn from her experience. 💪 it’s 20.00 eest, don’t miss it!
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Sunday is my digging into productivity day. And here’s the cool tip (from @sethgodin interviewed recently by @chasejarvis) for myself that you might also find useful: don’t do things that make you FEEL that you’re busy and productive, when in fact you’re doing nothing.🙈 For example, texting someone all day long can make you FEEL productive, but in fact you did nothing during the day. 😬 To say nothing about scrolling the social media feeds or watching TV. 👽

When I need to concentrate on an important project, I shut down all the messaging apps and put my phone on a plane mode. Sometimes, it can be hard for me to concentrate on the work for a long time, then I brake it into 25 min intervals with 5 min gaps in between. And yes, I can check my phone during those gaps. 😉Just for a change. Then I get back to work. The key to success here is focus ONLY on one thing, and when you know it’s only for 25 min, it’s easier to accomplish. 💪

Have you ever tried this method of braking the workload into time intervals? Do you have any other hacks on getting stuff done? Share them with me in the comments below 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
Don’t miss my live interview with amazing @jovanarikalo tomorrow at 20.00 EEST (Helsinki time)! Model: @nessanelamaa

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Sunday is my digging into productivity day. and here’s the cool tip (from @sethgodin interviewed recently by @chasejarvis ) for myself that you might also find useful: don’t do things that make you feel that you’re busy and productive, when in fact you’re doing nothing.🙈 for example, texting someone all day long can make you feel productive, but in fact you did nothing during the day. 😬 to say nothing about scrolling the social media feeds or watching tv. 👽

when i need to concentrate on an important project, i shut down all the messaging apps and put my phone on a plane mode. sometimes, it can be hard for me to concentrate on the work for a long time, then i brake it into 25 min intervals with 5 min gaps in between. and yes, i can check my phone during those gaps. 😉just for a change. then i get back to work. the key to success here is focus only on one thing, and when you know it’s only for 25 min, it’s easier to accomplish. 💪

have you ever tried this method of braking the workload into time intervals? do you have any other hacks on getting stuff done? share them with me in the comments below 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
don’t miss my live interview with amazing @jovanarikalo tomorrow at 20.00 eest (helsinki time)! model: @nessanelamaa

#dashapears_getproductive
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Simple recipe for becoming better at your craft💪: find little things that you suck at, make a list of them and then try to learn them step by step, getting better each time gradually. Be your own teacher and student. 🤓
For example: if you’re a wedding photographer and you know that you suck at taking group photos with artificial light, break this down into 2 items on your list:
1. learning how to make great group photos;
2. understanding artificial light.

Even these ✌️ can be broken down into smaller action points, like:
- posing groups
- setting the mood for a cheerful group picture
- choosing the best backdrop for wedding group pics
- and so on.

Then you become better at every point step by step🕺🏻, it’s not as overwhelming and it’s psychologically easier. When you’re done with the first item on your list, you get to the next one and your craft is becoming better and better every time! 😃Yes, it not fast🐢, but it works and it will show in your images as well.

Have you ever tried this method? If yes, please share your experience. 👇🏻If not, try it out and let me know the results!🙌 Btw, I came across the idea of creating an “I suck at this” list at a @skillshare class by @yasminacreates. I love this online learning platform: it’s inexpensive and offers a great variety of classes from photography and illustration to business and marketing (which many of us need, if we want to sell our art💸). I have a special offer of 2 months of classes for free from them and it’s on now in my stories, all you need to do is to swipe up to check it out.

Another shot from my Lost and Found project.
Style: @kristoferson_design
Clothes @kokokokids
Models: @pomina08, @dinabiervert, @vasiliska2103, @aleksasha1001, @rubtsova_lera_model, @annademchenko2008
Muah: @varvarad, @samoylovamaria ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Simple recipe for becoming better at your craft💪: find little things that you s**k at, make a list of them and then try to learn them step by step, getting better each time gradually. be your own teacher and student. 🤓
for example: if you’re a wedding photographer and you know that you s**k at taking group photos with artificial light, break this down into 2 items on your list:
1. learning how to make great group photos;
2. understanding artificial light.

even these ✌️ can be broken down into smaller action points, like:
- posing groups
- setting the mood for a cheerful group picture
- choosing the best backdrop for wedding group pics
- and so on.

then you become better at every point step by step🕺🏻, it’s not as overwhelming and it’s psychologically easier. when you’re done with the first item on your list, you get to the next one and your craft is becoming better and better every time! 😃yes, it not fast🐢, but it works and it will show in your images as well.

have you ever tried this method? if yes, please share your experience. 👇🏻if not, try it out and let me know the results!🙌 btw, i came across the idea of creating an “i s**k at this” list at a @skillshare class by @yasminacreates. i love this online learning platform: it’s inexpensive and offers a great variety of classes from photography and illustration to business and marketing (which many of us need, if we want to sell our art💸). i have a special offer of 2 months of classes for free from them and it’s on now in my stories, all you need to do is to swipe up to check it out.

another shot from my lost and found project.
style: @kristoferson_design
clothes @kokokokids
models: @pomina08, @dinabiervert, @vasiliska2103, @aleksasha1001, @rubtsova_lera_model, @annademchenko2008
muah: @varvarad, @samoylovamaria ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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As a hint on where I get inspiration from - I absolutely LOVE buying children’s books with amazing illustrations. Often I buy them just for the sake of the pictures! Luckily I have an excuse of having two kids, so people don’t consider me to be that weird when I mention this fact. Check out my stories. I’m showing you some of my recent favs!

Have you ever bought a book just for the sake of pictures?📚 This was shot for a group of brands: @kokokokids, @37_raz, @mimiloona
Style by @kristoferson_design
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As a hint on where i get inspiration from - i absolutely love buying children’s books with amazing illustrations. often i buy them just for the sake of the pictures! luckily i have an excuse of having two kids, so people don’t consider me to be that weird when i mention this fact. check out my stories. i’m showing you some of my recent favs!

have you ever bought a book just for the sake of pictures?📚 this was shot for a group of brands: @kokokokids, @37_raz, @mimiloona
style by @kristoferson_design
#dashapears_inspiration