How Changing Your Mindset Can Help You Make It Big In Photography

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Very interesting talk with Felix Kunze (editorial and commerical portrait photographer) responding to questions from Sue Bryce (multi-talented Master Photographer, Artist, Illustrator and anthropologist) about what it took to attain great success as a photographer, produced by the team at CreativeLive.

Take a look at the video below and please share your thoughts…

 

 

Sue Bryce

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Multi-talented Sue Bryce is a Master Photographer, Artist, Illustrator, and anthropologist. Her style of contemporary fashion-inspired portraiture gives her clients the experience of looking like the women in magazines and feeling beautiful. Sessions are designed to pamper and celebrate everything about her clients. Sue believes beauty is not on the outside, it’s something that shines out when you love who you are. Sue has received many awards for her work, including Portrait Photographer of the Year 2007 and Highest Scoring Print 2008 by the New Zealand Institute Professional Photography Master National Awards, and Portrait Photographer of the Year 2011 and Highest Scoring Print 2009 by the Australian Institute Professional Photography Master National Awards.

Felix Kunze

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Felix Kunze is an editorial and commercial portrait photographer. Felix was born in Berlin, grew up in the UK and now lives in New York City. His goal is to show the beauty, grace, strength and enthusiasm of people. He focuses on non-models and places regular people in exaggerated situations that highlight an aspect of who they are. Having worked with the top fashion & portrait photographers on earth and through his wealth of experience, he’s known as a lighting specialist.

He shoots for clients including Swarovski, Yahoo, Adidas, 3M, Vitra, The BBC amongst many others. His celebrity, beauty and lifestyle work is syndicated through ContourPhotos.

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