Monthly Archives August 2011

It looked like it was built hundreds of years ago – and camouflaged in the mystery of the Appalachian mountains. You have to look closely to see it behind the shrubbery of the area; I pulled over and inside the house, masks lay on side dressers, props scattered all over the hardwood floor, costumes hanging behind […]

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My TWiT Photo cohost Leo Laporte is famously known as The Tech Guy and the King of the Internet – but at Sunday’s TWiT Brick House Grand Opening party, he also garnered himself a new moniker – Hef. Leo threw a party that could rival one of the notorious Hugh Hefner parties – and even […]

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In this episode of TWiT Photo, we take a look inside Google+ superstar Colby Brown’s “Dexter kill-room.” Just kidding, Colby! Like last week’s guest Jasmine Star, Colby only picked up a digital SLR in 2006. In just 5 short years, he has not only amassed an impressive client roll that includes National Geographic, the professional […]

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John Jantsch of Duct Tape Marketing is one of my favorite marketing and business resources – and I love the refreshing and practical insights his articles offer. This article resonates with me as a business owner because running a photography business means I have to take into account calculated risks and balancing effective operations with […]

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They look out into the Himalayan headwaters of the Ganges river, the vague reflections of their five lanky figures conspiring with the ripples of water beneath them. As the first rays of the dawning sun glisten on the vast sacred river, the little Hindu pilgrims stand at the edge of this “Ghat” at Uttar Pradesh […]

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