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Read more about Professional Photographer and Kindred Hues Photography founder, Danielle Stephenson

I had the pleasure of being featured in an online magazine Canvas Rebel and you can read all about the interview below! Canvas Rebel's "...mission is to create a space for artists, creatives and entrepreneurs to be able to learn from their peers through the magic and power of storytelling."

We’re excited to introduce you to the always interesting and insightful Danielle Stephenson. We hope you’ll enjoy our conversation with Danielle below.

Danielle, thanks for joining us, excited to have you contributing your stories and insights. We’ve love to hear an interesting investment story – what was one of the best or worst investments you’ve made? (Note, these responses are only intended as entertainment and shouldn’t be construed as investment advice)

When started in photography, I went in with a mindset to learn how to take the best images possible. I dug deep into that and researched the best practices and the best equipment. Then I spent money on what I thought was the best equipment and rushed into investing into things that may help me take better photos, but that was the worst way to invest in making me a better photographer and business owner.

The best investment I finally realized was when I invested in a mentor and business coach. When I invested time to master my craft with the tools I already had, not the tools I thought I needed because other successful photographers already had them. Once I started investing in myself and my specific craft and the business I wanted to build, I felt confident in where I my business was going and the photographer I was becoming.

Long story short, slow down and stop buying gear! Read the entire feature HERE.

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