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Contemporary. Original. Creatives.

 

Josh Robertson aka Sir Josh Aaron is an exceptionally inspirational content creator that we are super excited to feature in our first Snapshots post! When he’s not in the blogosphere, curating photographs on Instagram, or creating content he’s connecting to the community through photography or collaborating with brands. Josh is the best kind of creative, one who is focused on his goals, in it for the long haul, and determined to make out of life what he envisions. That’s what Fill In The Blank’s Snapshots series is all about. The people who inspire us because they’re so inspired themselves!

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COLLABORATIONS: PA’s, Assistants, and Digitechs

 

Collaboration with others during a photo shoot is essential. Heck, collabs in photography in general are essential. PA’s, assistants, and digital technicians (or “digitechs) are a few positions common on photo sets that can take your game to the next level. This post will explore these production roles, the etiquette that goes along with working with them, and the value that extra hands, minds, and eyes can bring to your shoot. Plus a few tips on how, where, and when to find this help when needed!

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MOOD BOARDS: YOUR SHOOT’S ROAD MAP

 

A mood board is a creative document that can charter the life, inspiration, and aesthetic direction of a creative project. The mood board is usually centered around a single image, item of inspiration, or aspect of the project. This could be a found image, a photo that has the editing style you want to achieve, a color palette, or even an item that has just sparked the creative juices in you. Any way its sliced, it should be an integral part of the final image, and will be referenced as such.

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