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Let’s face it, proudly. If you’re reading this, chances are you are already in love with photography (as are we!). These types of posts are always fun to do, plus every now and then it’s nice to take a break from the seriousness of life and poke fun at ourselves as photographers. I’ve compiled a...
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The Project 365. It’s the holy grail of personal projects for many photographers. Every photographer that I’ve known to do this has experienced a life-changing transformation as a result of taking on such a feat. Recently, Bill McCarroll contributed a magnificent article on the benefits of undertaking a Project 365. There are tremendous rewards for...
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It’s the start of a brand new year, and by now you’ve likely seen suggestions or commitments from other photographers to start a “Project 365” – a photo a day for a year.  It happens every year, kind of like those resolutions you’re tempted to commit to as you turn the page into the New...
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    There’s a camera out there, or rather, a type of camera that every photographer seems to have a deep connection to. This camera has no Wi-Fi, no geo-tagging, or manual functions. Heck, it doesn’t zoom, nor is it even digital! I’m talking about the Polaroid and new Polaroid-style cameras that are making a...
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If you’re like me and most other keen photographers, you’ll be making a series of potentially expensive choices as you acquire gear to help you grow in your photographic endeavors. Most of us have made some decisions that haven’t made the best use of our money; in fact, at times we’ve just wasted it away...
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Christmas is, without a doubt, one of the most fun times of the year for photographers. Family and friends gather together, the streets are aglow with lights and decorations, and some of you may even be lucky enough to have snow on the ground during this time of year. But… out of all of those...
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The subject of backing up your digital photos has come up many times over the years. With changes in storage mediums, the ever increasing need to come up with a diligent backup strategy should be on every digital photography enthusiast’s mind. While backing up your images can seem like a time consuming task (and there...
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So, you’re interested in getting your feet wet in the stock photography game? I say good for you! Many photographers will tell you that stock photography is too competitive to be profitable, and sometimes they are correct. It all comes down to being a smart photographer, as opposed to being the best photographer. Personally I...
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It’s no secret how I feel when it comes to new technology. Whether it’s cameras, cell phones, iPads, computers, or even new lenses, I am a techno-addict to say the least. I always want the latest and greatest gear, even when most of the time I don’t need it. I was walking through a camera...
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I received a great question via email the other day regarding a situation that most of us have experienced at some point, but have either shrugged off or bottled it up inside of us. I’m talking about the photography naysayers out there. The people who, for some reason or another, feel the need to tell...
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