Keeping the Creativity Going for the Professional Photographer in Scotland
I haven’t taken any photos this week as I have been grounded in the house due to a virus. With little energy to do much, you can still make use of the time at home to re-assess your strategy for the following year, to determine where things can be changed and what the focus will be for 2021. Of course this has been a pretty awful year for most of us, but there is still time to plan and look forward. As a professional corporate and conference photographer working in Edinburgh and Glasgow, Scotland, I have suffered from a huge loss of event and corporate photography commissions and just when things were starting to look up in the summer, it has all gone backwards again. However, the future looks good with a vaccine on the horizon. I have also re-appraised my IT strategy and have moved almost exclusively to IMac, following successfully obtaining a Digital Development grant from Business Gateway, for which I very much appreciate. professional corporate I have also decided to focus more on fine art and landscape photography for now until the corporate and event photography industry picks up, probably the beginning of next year. I am expecting to publish a book on Infrared Photography in Scotland next year and another exhibition is also on the way. So onwards and upwards, keep positive and look to the future, don’t stand still and keep with the creativity.
Until next time.
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Commercial Freelance event and corporate Photographer, Edinburgh, Scotland
Fine Art and Landscape Photographer Scotland
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