The different dimensions of wedding visuals
In search of active learning, constant progress and exploring all aspects of starting a creative business.
The balance between art and business is one that many struggle to find. Dimensions was hence created with the understanding of needing to equip individuals with the skills needed to constantly create, be ahead and to find their own voice in a competitive industry.
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Over the last year, Kompactfaen has been more than a business to us. It is a garden where ideas grew and flourished. We’re blessed to have reached out to people from all over the World, from home in Singapore, to the USA. Being awarded with New York Rangefinder’s 30 Rising Star in 2018, to giving our two cents worth on a panel during the WPPI Conference this year, it made us stop our tracks a little and started figuring about what was it that made Kompactfaen stood out.
We started thinking about our processes, our mindsets and how works from Kompactfaen were created and showcased.
Through that, we found some keys to staying creative in this industry. We found some answers to the questions of “how do I differentiate myself”, “how do I find my style”. We realized how these information could encourage new/current businesses to strive to stand out in such a competitive industry and make compeition as such healthy instead.
Wedding photography and videography can be a little tricky – it’s easy to produce repeated works or get too caught up in following trends that currently work. Sometimes we do wonder if we’re able to break through the cycle and create something new that has never been seen in the wedding photography and videography industry. At times, the industry is seemingly stagnant. At times, everyone struggles to find their foothold in this saturated industry. It is a problem we all face and constantly talk about.
The C-Series aims to provide some guidance as to how we can further improve our businesses and to work towards a more creative output and style.