Transfigure Photography ethos is to find the converging line between the world of film, fine art and commercial photography and bound all those agents together to cook up a dream and add it to a reality. I work with an idea, visualise it and create it. Transfigure Photography says as much about me than the name denotes. I have metamorphosed myself from a snapshot photographer to a professional photographer, photographing many different subjects, from seascapes, portraiture, to monster dump trucks.

Photography for me is walking hand in hand with film making, converging the demand for creative exploration and pushing the boundaries in liberating client’s realities to give their photo shoot a new perspective digitally.


I just don’t use my camera to take photographs I work, blend and arouse, still and moving images.

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Writing Blogs

Blogging or Blogs

Based on my own experience, I am convinced that for any artist photographer or movie maker it is vital to have a non static presence on the internet. The era of static photography sites has long since died. Today the media artist needs a virtual platform that reflects his personality, style and at the same time serves as a tool for exhibition and marketing for his work and talent. So why not blog on the media subject of art, film making and photography?

Media

The activity of writing a blog has evolved from a mere diary to a publishing platform and a way to promote my photographic personal work but also serves as an educational tool that allows me to write about art, photography, movie making and such, and offer free technical information to other photographers, this helps me promote my own brand and is a marketing tool for my photography work.

Regardless of whether you are an emerging photographer or a professional photographer, having your own blog is a vital tool that will help you in your growth as an artist and to establish your own brand as a photographer.

Blogging about different media
Here you are the advantages that offer you as a photographer to have a blog
“Blogging” helps you learn from others as you educate –

If you’re an emerging photographer it does not matter, there are thousands out there who are going through initiating birth pain, your advice can be of extraordinary value to them. Use your blog to reach a diverse market in all parts of the world, with insights coming from different perspectives, unimaginable just a few decades ago.

“Blogging” allows you to create a network of contacts

The contacts to whom I write regularly, who buy my photographs and who follow my steps in social networks and events are my best asset. Here I have the largest pool of friends, additionally clients that you can imagine. People connect with people. That is proof of the loyalty that you can achieve if you respect, reciprocate with valuable information and value your followers.

“Blogging” helps you to expose the world to your way of seeing it

Also writing in a blog gives you the opportunity to expose others to your artistic point of viewShow your style, Show your art and photographs.

Having a blog allows you to develop your personal brand –

The personal brand is what makes someone unique. It goes beyond one’s artistic style and is the sum of many things such as personality, values and talents. Writing in a blog will help you find your own voice and share it with the rest of the world. Although it takes time to define your own voice, even more to establish and cultivate it, it is not difficult to achieve it.

Having a blog allows you to experiment –

When you create your portfolio of photos following the guidelines established to be successful you are limited by established rules. You can only publish your best photographic work. You have to define a theme, a story, there has to be an order among other things. 

Whereas at a blog, this platform allows you to expose your best photographic work without schemes that encase you, instead market as you wish, innovate without having to wonder whether it would go well as when showing a portfolio. You can experiment with new approaches and take risks and learn how your audience perceives your work. 

Search Engine Optimisation

In addition to Search Engine Optimisation, having a blog allows you to showcase the classic social sharing buttons including Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter to invite your readers to share your work with their friends, giving you even more visibility. It is through such your work can go viral, bringing more business interests.

Blogging about different media, photography, art, filmmaking, artist

Blogging Photography

I don’t just write about art, I write also on the subject of photography, photographers, cameras and the production on taking fabulous photographs.

Joel Peter Witkin

Blogging Filmmakers

Lastly I write about arthouse movies, which I have recently watched, exploring deeper into the mind of the director and what hidden stories are being told under all the layers.

Alejandro Jodorowsky – Holy Mountain

Blogging Art

I’m not a one dimensional blogger, I don’t class myself as an art historian, but I do like to explore avenues, and dig a little deeper than your average art enthusiast. I write about artist who inspire me.

Photography vs Paintings

Since, I started blogging in February 2012, I have written over 150 blogs on all manner of subjects as described above, with a total readership in excess over 1,368,592 according to my last statistical report with no advertisements clogging up your time.

This article was proofread by Laila Khan, our new appointed proofreader http://www.transfigurephotography.co.uk/laila-khan-proofreader/

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