There are so many options for working with gear and lighting equipment. I’ve tried them all, but I guarantee my way will save you some dough. Below you will find what works for me.
There’s no question about it, Photoshop is an amazing tool that lets us create wonderful images. My goal is to show you how to spend less time in Photoshop and create art that sells.
The senior high school market is on fire and may be the spark that will help ignite your business. Photographing seniors gives you 100 percent creative freedom to standout in your market.
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Word-of-Mouth Marketing is a great concept, but the “how-to” part of it is rarely talked about. Personally, 70% of my income is through word-of-mouth marketing, and the “how-to” almost all revolves around the SDE. Article by Vanessa Joy
You may think “it’s what’s on the inside that counts.” While that statement is very true, if you are trying to create a luxurious brand and experience, the outside counts too! Article by Taylor Cincotta
When Sal and I started our studio, it seemed as though we were working against each other rather than with each other. We never sat down and agreed on our goals, so we were marching to two different beats. Article by Taylor Cincotta
Our lives are constantly distracted. Even in serious meetings, we don’t shut off our phones... we put them on vibrate. We watch TV knowing if the phone rings we’re going to pause the TV, answer the phone, finish our call and then return to whatever we’re watching. How do we get through all the noise? Article by Skip Cohen