After evaluating my social media activity and where I should focus my efforts, I've decided that DA won't be priority for me going forward. Doesn't mean that I will stop posting here, just means that I won't be as active as I once was here. Just not seeing the ROI here as I once did.
If you would like to continue to follow my work, please visit my other social media profiles:
Model Mayhem: http://www.modelmayhem.com/17644
I got a question the other day asking how to get started with shooting glamour photography. I tend to get rolling with a long drawn out answer, trying to be as comprehensive as possible and then i realize it's a much simpler answer.
Knowing what I know now, the fast track to getting better fast are the various online video course site that have come along in the last 10 years. I'm specifically talking about RGU and Kelby One but my favorite place is Creative Live. So much knowledge being shared through these courses. It’s cheaper than an expensive workshops and you can learn at your own pace in your own time. Very good ROI.
If you are
Not to point out the obvious but Model Mayhem (“MM”) has been on a downward slide from its height of popularity about 4 years ago. MM used to be the go to place for freelance creatives to connect to each other but nowadays that not the case why?
1. Facebook and Instagram
MM is basically a social media site. Internet Brands (the company that owns MM) did not recognize early enough that Facebook would be the default choice for people looking to connect and not make a more concerted effort to connect and incorporate Facebook-like features (like DM, groups, etc.) or integrate Facebook into it’s platform. For example, I would p