The Most Valuable Thing You Have as a Photographer is Yourself

March 7th, 2019

Dave in Seattle recommended this video by Daniel Norton to me. Dave says:

I think this is an absolutely great video. E-x-t-r-e-m-e-l-y relevant to our real estate photography world.

I agree with Dave–it’s worth the 14 minutes of your time!

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3 Responses to “The Most Valuable Thing You Have as a Photographer is Yourself”

  • It is a good pep talk. Something everyone can use once in awhile.

  • and a good monitor.
    and a camera with a really long dynamic range.
    and the latest software.

    But that’s it.

    Oh, and some great lights.
    and some backup gear.
    and Dropbox.
    and a great internet connection.
    and a reliable, perhaps extra comfortable car that pampers you.
    and a drone.

    But that’s it.

    er, yeah, and a great website.
    and a handheld gimbal.
    and a cell phone.
    and a pole.
    and quickbooks online.

    and a Mac Pro.
    and cable TV.
    and a 7.1 surround sound theater built around my office.
    and a Serta chair.
    and a Contigo coffee cup from Costco.
    and one of those leg squeezer/massagers devices from Bed Bath and Beyond.
    and a room air-conditioner to remove the heat all this shit creates.

    But yeah, I’m more valuable then all that “stuff”. hahahaha That’s how awesome I am.

    Frankly though, without all that stuff this occupation doesn’t exist. It’s a team effort. I totally rely on the makers of the stuff to be successful.

  • Realize Your kingdom first and all else is added.

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