- Author's "five steps of creative evolution" help artists reassess and reinvent themselves
- Solutions for the stress caused by digital photography
- Down-to-earth advice on jump-starting a career
The advent of digital photography has meant that many traditional photographers have had to reinvent themselves and their work. How to Grow as a Photographer is the book that helps with this sometimes difficult transition. It lets photographers rediscover why they chose their career--and how to get back on the path to creative fulfillment. Author Tony Luna's five steps of creative evolution offer photographers a chance to recognize, assess, plan, and implement a program for creative and professional growth. As a consultant, Luna has helped thousands of "creatives" start or restart their careers in photography, film, and graphic design. Now, with How to Grow as a Photographer, he can help many thousands more.