Thank you! 🙂
Hehehehe *blush* thanks for YOUR kindness today 🙂 <3
You’re much 2 kind! Hehehe *BLUSH*
I would recommend using Final Cut Pro! It’s a one time payment and is a great intermediary program in case Premiere Pro is a little too overwhelming at first! 🙂 x
Thank you so much for the love! I don’t design or manufacture any clothing (yet, at least!), so all of the pieces we carry at New Classics Studios were made by amazing sustainable fashion designers from all over the world!
Eep thank you so much for the love! I actually went to school for Chemistry, but if there’s thing I learned from my “career path,” it’s that if you’re interested in something, you have to do it. So if its your dream to open up your own shop, I would highly recommend working for a local boutique or clothing store and trying to learn as much as you can from them! School can teach you a great many things (one of them being great work ethics and discipline), but nothing can really teach you to open your own business like good ol’ experience. Best of luck!
The sound bites were found on the internet!
Eep, thank you so much for the kind words! To answer your question, most of my shoots do have a theme since I find it gives the shoot more purpose and direction! But with that being said, some shoots are completely spontaneous and/or improvised, in which you just kind of have to go with the flow 🙂
WordPress has the most options in terms of themes and custom design options, but I found Blogger more intuitive and simple. And nope, you don’t need any HTML & CSS experience for WordPress. Most purchased themes have easy customization options!
Thanks for the love–you’re too sweet! I would definitely check out PHLEARN for any Photoshop tutorials (I think they might have Adobe Premiere Pro ones), but for FCPX, I’m not quite sure. I haven’t used it in a while so I wouldn’t know, but I’m sure you can find some great ones on Google!