Brayden Ortman

Brayden Ortman

I am a wedding photographer, content creator, educator, and media marketer based in Saskatchewan, Canada.

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  • Brayden Ortman
    Published 9 days ago
    6 Reasons To Be Thankful As A Creator

    6 Reasons To Be Thankful As A Creator

    Unceasing We can always create content! That is what we have always done best. I am grateful that this wonder does not fade or break, we will always have these outlets to be hopeful. Our ability to create is the entire reason we started our line of work! From our paint brushes, to our vocal chords, and even within our photos, we are limitless and continue to bring our spectacular art into the world without worry! If you encounter any problems, trust me, I believe in you! You will find another way to pursue your biggest dreams and passions. If you need some beginning tips on starting (for photography), I have some information, here.
  • Brayden Ortman
    Published 11 days ago
    A Ray of Hope

    A Ray of Hope

    I believe that one of the wonderful aspects of this platform is our ability to share freely and refocus our mental goals. I have found that having several moments to write on Vocal Media during my own stressful life has proven to be an incredible relief. I am thankful for the opportunity to find peace in this article. As a high school student, I always wrote creatively and have used my words purposefully with intent to inspire change. This creative passion ebed and flowed until I found my dream, and upon the crashing waves, I found my hope.
  • Brayden Ortman
    Published 18 days ago
    The Emotional Push-Up

    The Emotional Push-Up

    Running On Notes I am certain that the ongoing (everlasting) pandemic has left many of you at an emotional expense. Unfortunately, the restrictions have taken us away from many of our prior joys in the social world. Although isolation is not ideal, our time at home has helped us reconstruct our busy schedules and find new goals to achieve. We have nearly endless interests to pursue, but some of the longest-standing are improving your personal physique and learning those marvellous melodies. I believe each of those skills take an enormous amount of effort and diligence to successfully perform, regrettably, this article will only vastly improve one.
  • Brayden Ortman
    Published 19 days ago
    5 Social Media Marketing Tips For Photographers

    5 Social Media Marketing Tips For Photographers

    We are all always searching for those mind-blowing engagement statistics that take your posts to the next level. I hope the majority of us have experienced our reach rise from the hundreds to the few thousands, and we'll leave you a moment to pat yourself on the shoulder if you've gone further. I have only had one or two of these moments— these fleeting hours of fame. They can be rather difficult to achieve, but hopefully I have some tips that can help you create the perfect strategy.
  • Brayden Ortman
    Published 24 days ago
    What's In My Camera Bag

    What's In My Camera Bag

    One of the best and most intriguing topics of discussion in media is what other photographers so secretly hide withing their bags. There is no doubt that some photogs will hold quiet judgements based on the gear you carry. However, although many creators want to declare there is a clear line between how you utilize gear and which gear you have, the grounds are still reasonably blurry. The truth behind the subject is simple: some gear is far better than others, and generally, experienced photographers can distinguish the difference between beginner DSLRs and professional full-frames.
  • Brayden Ortman
    Published 27 days ago
    Capturing Genuine Emotion Through Photography

    Capturing Genuine Emotion Through Photography

    Some may say that you need to pack your bags and go shoot, but what does that mean? Spontaneity is that adventure you have always been craving, those late date nights that leave you dancing in the rain, and those moments where your heart cannot stop racing. The most thrilling attitude is to stop scheduling your practice as an obligation and to begin shooting as an instinct. This ability to shoot under practicality and add significant emotions to your shot is (what I call) dynamic shooting.