Monthly Archives July 2011

Don’t miss a chance to watch or listen to your favorite photographers – download the TWiT Photo podcast on iTunes for free :) This week on TWiT Photo, Leo and I chat with Atlanta-based editorial music photographer Zack Arias! Zack is a phenomenal artist who crafts cutting edge commercial work for the music industry – […]

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Like many photographers, I face this internal struggle. Should I or should I not delete my images? I save so many files that I have this constant fear that my oversaving ways might have officially make me a hoarder. It comes as a huge relief to me to know that while my system for file […]

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Stolen Innocence

Myanmar has been at the center of political unrest and human rights violations for decades. Even though Amnesty International and other human rights organizations have collected a vast amount of information on the subject, most Americans are uninformed and unaware of the plight of the Burmese people. During my travels along the Thailand and Myanmar […]

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Rick Sammon’s one of my favorite people in the industry and I have been lucky enough to work with him on several occasions, on TWiT Photo as well as This Week in Photo (TWIP). Rick’s an awesome photography educator and just an all-round great guy; I’m so honored to be invited as a guest on […]

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One of my greatest challenges as a photography business owner is time. Between managing my studio, photoshoots and post-processing, my day is filled to the brim and sleep is in short supply. Still, I never compromise on the quality of my service or client communications. Jason Falls, founder and editor of Social Media Explorer, puts […]

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