Like most jobs, the back-end work takes up the majority of our time. For every hour we spend shooting, there are hours more spent uploading, applying metadata, processing, exporting, and essentially not moving until we realize we haven’t eaten in 12 hours.
What people think of when they imagine a photography career:
Maybe 20% of how time is spent.The part that people don’t imagine.
60% [Not that this is a bad place to set up shop for a couple hours]
We came across an article about the death of photojournalism. Well here we are. Alive and well.
Of the things that surprise me about Africa, the Cape May feeling beach towns of the cost. And then you see the hippos…
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