Join Mia McCormick for a down to earth conversation with Zack Arias, an editorial and commercial photographer based in Atlanta. Over the course of an hour Zack and Mia touch on topics that range from getting started to developing a style, from the value of reinventing yourself to what can come from finding clarity, and so much more. The day comes for all photographers when photography becomes just a job, but you still need to show up and do the work. Zack’s insights into his own process can help you find new ways to re-connect to your passion for photography when you are in that rut, or to help you avoid falling into it entirely.
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The path to becoming a photographer can take many turns, twists, and even involve overcoming failure.
You have to realize style after it is already happening. You have to settle into what you like, what you do, and after many years you can look back and figure out your style.
Putting limits on yourself will push you to rise to the situation and work with what you have.
Giving yourself personal project that challenge you to do things differently can help you add new tools into your photographic toolbox.
Finding ways to clear out the non-essential clutter in your life can create room in your head for new ideas to grow.
Different people are drawn to different things, and we each need to find the things that revitalize and reinvigorate who we are.
Zack Arias is an editorial and commercial photographer based in Atlanta, GA. Zack has been working in the music industry for the past seven years. He is now branching into…
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