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Podcast Episode Number: #027
Date Published: 08/18/2020
Episode Length: 30:51
Haron Haghius's twenty years of Photoshop experience comes in handy for creating his signature dramatic pet portraits. But according to the Dutch photographer, relying on post-production is a crutch that often holds back beginners. In this episode, we discuss the importance of mastering basic shooting skills, of taking charge with clients, and why his image reveals contain as few as five photographs.
What To Listen For:
- The curious inverse relationship between price and client complaints
- A rule of thumb to help you cull images before sharing with clients
- Why it doesn't pay to compare your images to other photographers' work
- The beauty of hating last year's images – !!
If Haron's moody editing style inspires you to find your signature look, stay tuned to the very end for an announcement that, not gonna lie, we're pretty darn excited about!
Resources From This Episode:
- Haron Haghuis (abbreviated English site)
- Haron's portfolio
- Create a Moody Edit Photoshop course
- Haron on Facebook
- Haron on Instagram
- Unleash Your Style FREE 5-Day Challenge (registration open now!)
- HOD Podcast episode 25 on pricing
- Hair of the Dog Academy
- Hair of the Dog Facebook group
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