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What’s the Best Way of Transportation If You Are a Photographer?

camper-van-photographyFor anyone whose passion is photography, and in particular for the professionals in this field, getting around easily and quickly along with all your valuable equipment is very important.

It is important because it is often your means of transportation which will enable you to go to all those scenic places for the best and most unique shots.

It’s normally your means of transportation, whether it’s your own car or by train or by plane which will decide what type of equipment you are able to carry with you whereever you want to go.

As for myself I quickly discovered that my very own medium-sized car was not exactly sufficient for my own requirements. So it didn’t take very long until I discovered the beauty of camper vans. To be honest, I cannot imagine a better way to transport my photography equipment – along with the many other advantages of travelling with a campervan!

A good portion of my shots is revolving around and about local events were most of them are usually only going on for a short time. I’m talking about festivals that take place on a weekend and similar things. Then there are shooting opportunities further away from where I live where I would otherwise need to rent a hotel room when I plan go there for a day or two. So so, all this is not very practical and in some cases even rather expensive.

With my campervan I don’t have any of those problems. My equipment is always ready to go. I can go whereever I need to at any time. I can go to the most remote places because I don’t rely on any hotels nearby. The camper van is perfect for those two day stays that make a good portion of my work-related trips!

So if you’re looking for a good and effective way to get around as a photographer here in Devon, I’d say you should see VW camper like I did. This is my local VW camper van hire company that I can recommend to those Devon.

If You Want to Learn Perfect Food Photography

One of the best ways to learn perfect photography is when you attend classes. If you’re interested in the field of food photography, I recommend that you check out the masterclasses by William Reavell.

Here are some more information for you: http://www.theguardian.com/guardian-masterclasses/2015/mar/17/food-photography-with-william-reavell-photography-course

Iif you’re interested in photography, you may possibly know renowned food photographer William Reavell’s. He has conducted extensive work working together with chefs such as Rick Stein and Mary Berry. So if you want to learn the secrets about professional fraud photography you may want to check out those training classes!

About E-Invoicing And How It Helped Me

I’m certainly not a photograph that is extremely high demand but even with my rather small number of clients, things can sometimes get quite hectic.

I have seen it myself how all the managing and organisation necessary for a business slowly tried to take over so I found myself in a position where I couldn’t find time for my actual work which  of course is photography!

electronic invoiceNeedless to say, I was looking for some ways to make things more efficient and to save some time here there.

And this is when I came across electronic invoicing. Let me just tell you a little bit about it.

Almost any business owner will know about the hassles invoicing customers. You will likely send an invoice together with your products be it photographs or whatever else  you may be selling. Then you will have to wait days if not weeks until your client finally paid you.

In some ways, this is very inefficient, if not to say very outdated!

See it like this: if you want to send someone a message today where you know that both of you have a computer, would you send a letter or postcard? Of course not! You can do the same and much better if you just send a quick email.

And this is the same principle that is at work with electronic invoicing. Rather than snail-mailing your invoice what you do is you email an e invoice. Your invoice is then digitally processed and sent to your client. Your client will automatically confirm that he received the invoice and can also process it instantly. In other words, no mailing of paper and no days of waiting like in the past!

For my business, e-invoicing made really a big difference. It’s not only easier and faster than old-fashioned invoices, it’s also incredibly easy and almost foolproof for yourself and your clients.