Hi friends, back atcha here with another #cjRAW.
You might remember in Episode 10, I asked for you to tag your questions #heychase and I’d answer those questions? Well, you did your part, and now I’ll do mine.
In this episode I answer the following questions from this community. I go deep on some, quick on others, but tell me in the comments below or on social that I’m adding value… And of course feel free to pepper me with the next round of #HeyChase anytime, anywhere. I’m on it.
Q1: #HeyChase can u advise, should one specialize at the early stage in a photography career when the goal is diversifying?
Q2: Hi Chase! Can creativity be taught? Or is it something that you have/are?
Q3: Do you ever invoke a lucid dream to enhance your creative way of thinking?
Q4: When did feel that your career were on to something? When did u finally realize you’ve arrived?
Q5: What are your best practices for getting a project off the ground.
Q6: What’s the tipping point when a hair brained idea becomes a project you start?
Q7: Do you think film has a future?
Q8: How to I move from semi pro to pro photographer?
Q9: How many days a week do you have off work??
Q10: What’s your strategy for good networking?
Thanks again. Reminder to pepper me with YOUR questions, and tag them now with #HeyChase in social so I can snag them and get ’em answered for the next #heychase episode. Cheers
Links from the Episode
Money + Business for Creatives with Ramit Sethi
Should one specialize at the early stage in a photography career when the goal is diversifying? [1:09] Can creativity be taught? [2:26] Using lucid dream to enhance your creative way of thinking [3:17] When I realized I finally arrived [3:49] Best practices for getting a project off the ground [5:25] What’s the tipping point when a hair brained idea becomes a project you start? [6:18] Does film have a future? [7:09] Going semi pro to pro [8:03] My days off. [9:11] Good networking strategies [10:12]