Cruise Ship Photography Guide Part 1: Booking.

Cruise ship photography can be very lucrative if you know what you’re doing. You have to be more than just a good photographer, you need to be effective at booking, shooting and selling. In Part 1: I’m going to share my own personal approach and advice to the art of booking passengers for a premium cruise ship photo shoot.

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Book with confidence: 5 things to look at when choosing a photographer

Choosing the right photographer can be a nightmare; but fear not, I’m here to help you. This post will help you book your photographer with confidence then rest assured and sleep soundly with your decision. You see, behind the pictures and the promises are clues as to whether a photographer is dependable, trustworthy and an overall good investment or not…

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The stigma of cruise ship photography. Is it warranted?

The stigma surrounding cruise ship photographers is akin to that of paparazzi: they buzz around like flies, popping up when you don’t want them to, ignore your pleas to not take photographs and generally produce poor quality images. As a former cruise ship photographer, I want to unpack this stigma, and determine whether it’s warranted or not.

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