Nick Ulivieri is a photographer who likes his verticals parallel, his skies wild, his colors bold, and hanging above Chicago. Shooting structures & architecture is his profession.
He is a commercial photographer based in Chicago who specializes in shooting architecture, real estate, food & hospitality.
In this episode, Nick discusses:
-How a trip to Italy sparked his interest in photography.
-His family friend asking him to take photographs and how that led to him starting his business.
-What it was like in the early days of his photography career.
-The importance of design, messaging and consistency of voice.
-How he got clients when he first started out (and how he gets them now).
-How he fell into taking photographs of architecture and how he finds ways to give the same structures and landscapes a new feel.
-The experience of shooting aerial photographs in a helicopter.
-The process of choosing which photographs he shares on his Instagram and Twitter feeds (and in what order).
-His thoughts and advice for growing a following on Instagram.
-How the business end of photography actually ends up being a resistance to his creative side.
Nick’s Final Push will make you realize that you can do anything that you have a passion for, so long as you put your mind to it.
“Sometimes ignorance is bliss when you’re learning something new.”
“I was indirectly promoting my services just by practicing my craft around the city and sharing the photos I took.”
“You can do it. You may be surprised with what you can do if you have a passion for something and you work hard at it and aren’t afraid to take that risk.”
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