WHAT I SHOOT WITH
Canon EOS R
Canon 5D Mark III
Canon RF 24-70 f2.8 IS USM
Sigma 50mm f1.4 ART
Someone once asked me, "Do you really want it?" As a freelance photographer in Los Angeles, photography has to be more than just a hobby, but rather, a passion. The question, "Do you really want it?" aspires a long list of other questions, such as: "What do I want?" and "How am I going to go after it?" Photography, in my opinion, is more than just simply shooting. Other key components such as people skills, business skills, time management, and raw talent are essential to experience any sort of success.
Photography has always been a large passion of mine. From trying to take photos with my iPhone to being extremely OCD, I've always had that eye needed to be a great photographer. In January of 2017, I had a friend ask me to take photos of her on my iPhone. Because I'm always the one to go above and beyond in just about anything, I broke out my mom's Nikon D60 (it's crazy old, I know), the first DSLR camera I had ever touched, and I just went for it. I was very impressed with the photos I got, so I convinced my mom to let me take that to LA.
Ever since that day, my photography has very quickly advanced to better quality photos and a whole new eye for what's out there. I was eventually able to make the "Nikon to Canon" jump, since I now shoot on a Canon 5D Mark III (best decision I ever made). Since beginning, photography has swiftly transformed itself from a low level hobby to a full blown passion. I take advantage of every opportunity given and always make the most of it!
My goal for each individual I work with is to really show off and illuminate every detail of the story. If a vision is laid in front of me, I strive to not only expand that vision, but find the fine detail that many may not see on a first look. That is what makes Tyler Nix Creative unique, the ability to seek what is often overlooked.