a blog about photography, cinematography and marketing your visual business online

 

Welcome to … CATCHING THE LIGHT! the blog written by Miami based photographer, cinematographer and mind changer Pascal Depuhl about  photography, cinematography & the marketing secrets of a visual content creator. Don’t want to limit yourself to just one of these three topics? Click here to read “…catching the light!” in chronological order

To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often (ASMP strictly business)

To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often (ASMP strictly business)

Change happens Change seems to be the only constant in  photographer’s life. As a freelance visual content creator I constantly find myself learning new trades, new marketing […]

Marketing Hack #10: How to pick a good URL

Marketing Hack #10: How to pick a good URL

How do you spell that? My first corporate email address was ridiculous. Something like 862xq34_44o0O@myemployer.com. There’s no way on earth someone could remember that. Today my email […]

Focus on recording sound to step up your video

Focus on recording sound to step up your video

Sound is the key video Viewers will tolerate mediocre images, if you have a great story and good sound. I believe that sound is more important than visuals in […]

Advertising photography: How to estimate an advertising photo shoot

Advertising photography: How to estimate an advertising photo shoot

Estimating an advertising photo shoot – it’s all about the details As you can image there are about a million details that go into creating an advertising photograph. In […]

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