You're an artist that happens to use a camera. Sometimes you get lost in the moment when the light paints a scene. With camera in hand and viewfinder up to your eye, you are transported to a different world where the challenges of everyday living melt away, and it's just you and the photograph.
As much as you love photography, your work is missing that special something that other photographers have. Their photography is recognizable even before you see who shot it and their work inspires. You have the technical skills, but something is missing.
The artist inside you loves discovering other artists on Instagram, but you hate how social media works to manipulate through an ever-changing algorithm.
Small Camera, Big Picture is a community of creators free of the manipulation of socials but with all the benefits. Inside the community, you'll meet other vision-based creators with the same mindset, to help each other become better photographers. We have exclusive content like The Language of Photography, critiques and live chats to name a few. We support one another to stick to our goals. We celebrate our successes weekly and learn from our failures, and when you're ready, we have the transformational workshop, Finding the Photographer's Vision.
Inspired? Then apply to join the community. Membership to is free, but so that we know you're the right fit, you must apply to join Small Camera, Big Picture. We welcome all photographers regardless of skill level or what gear you use. Get all the details 👉🏻 here.
About G 🤘🏻
I’m Giulio Sciorio but my friends call me “G” and I’ve been a leader in photography since 2009. I predicted things like cinemagraphs, vertical video and am the only photographer to have been sponsored by both Olympus and Panasonic. My edgy but real conversations got me on the best photo podcasts in the world, got me on stage at CES, Imaging USA, WPPI and a few keynotes at my favorite photo conferences. I favor smaller shows like Out of Chicago and Capture Con because like you, I believe spending time learning the craft is more important than sitting in a room while someone plugs their product over and over and over.
Look, life is short and one day we’re all gonna take our last breath and die. Sometime before that, if you have a ‘come to Jesus’ with yourself spoken or otherwise I guarantee you that conversation won’t be about wishing you worked more or had the latest camera or spent more time on social media. You’ll be happy you had pushed yourself to be your best creator and you'll have the photos to document your legacy. If I do my job right, you’ll be glad you found Small Camera Big Picture.