It is oh so easy to put things off for another time...to procrastinate and allow life to get in the way.
We have all done it. Had a dream of one day doing something that we really want to do whether it is work or personal but time seems to fly by and we end up never doing it.
I had a "moment" back in the 1990's that kicked me solidly up the backside and made me simply stop what I was doing and "get out of dodge"!
I was in a job I hated (although also running a photography business part time), all my friends had started to settle down and I was feeling pretty low.
I then had a serious skydiving malfunction that was a bit too close for comfort as I found myself 4 seconds from impact after I lost my main parachute in freefall before even opening it.
That gave me the chance to reflect on a lot of "what ifs"...
A few months later, all these thoughts led me to giving my boss the sack, selling up, packing up and moving abroad to Spain where I started all over again. After a couple of years working in and understanding the Spanish system, I started two businesses...a real estate company and a wedding photography business in Marbella in Andalucia.
Both were successful but when the property bubble started to burst, the wedding photography business really took off and I found myself shooting many weddings in all manner of wonderful places around Europe and the rest, as they say, is history.
Now I look back and say: "What if I hadn't had that malfunction?"
Would I still have left the job I hated? Would I still have had the impetus to get started in my wedding photography business? Would I have still moved to Spain where I met my wife and where our two amazing children were born?
Maybe you think shooting weddings is hard? It is, but that is where the Wedding Photography Blueprint comes in. It has been designed to relieve a lot of the stress and flatten the learning curve that comes with wedding photography and give you all the help you could ever need to get started in this business.
Maybe you think you can't do it? Maybe you can't at the moment but no-one is born to do anything. We all have to study, learn and work hard to achieve anything in life and wedding photography is no exception.
I have seen a lot of my students go from complete photography novices with a cheap DSLR to running very successful wedding photography businesses in just a couple of short years. Those years will pass regardless of whether you do this or not so make the decision right here, right now on how you intend to spend those years.
Once you have watched the DVD's and read the eBooks, we are always here for support so with that and the money-back guarantee, you have nothing to lose and a new, exciting and fulfilling life to gain...
"All going well here. Had a productive first wedding season with 12 weddings all in all and quite a few booked for next year. It's been a very enjoyable learning curve and something I wouldn't have been able to start on without your excellent course! - Clive Nolan"
"Just wanted to say thanks. I got the DVD course at the end of last year in preparation for a friends wedding. I gave them the photos last week and they are absolutely thrilled. Definitely could not have done it without your help. The basic camera setting you recommend in the DVD was worth the price on it's own. I didn't get a single badly exposed shot " - Lee Brookes, UK."
"Nick, Thank you very much. I purchased your Wedding Blueprint last year. Last Saturday, I did my first wedding. I used a lot of your tips and everything went better than planned. Thank you, your DVD's gave me the confidence I needed to do the job. The photos turned out better than I could of expected. Now all I can think of is, Roll on wedding number two, three,......etc etc. - Mick Lumley, IRELAND "
"I am so glad that I got that problem with PayPal sorted. I received the discs a few days later and all I want to say is "Wow, probably the best tutorials I have ever bought". The professionalism of the videos, the way it then cuts to show the result in Photoshop is awesome. You've a great manner and no ego and I can see you really want to get it across to your students. - T.H. Dublin."