Three important things for all novices and experts. Remember these and you will have fewer bad shots. … More The Three Most Important Things Of Photography
This summer I worked with my nephews Cole, Cade and their father and next door neighbor Brian to create their own YouTube Channel. They created a show about summer jobs. We learned about writing a script, acting, lighting, shooting and editing. It was a great project, so much fun to do and so great to … More Empty Pocket Jobs
Re-published from 3rd Space Blog 1) How would you describe your vision for using photography as your creative medium? A photograph is a story that you choose to tell people. It is crafted to connect, to express emotion and everything in it must tell that story. If it anything in the photograph doesn’t add to … More 3rd Space Interview
Proposal for Local San Diego Author Consignment System Many local book stores struggle. Many local authors struggle. It seems to make sense for local book stores to carry local authors because the friends and family of local book stores will patron those stores and buy all sorts of books. Surprisingly, most local stores refuse to … More An Automated Consignment System
It is September 11th, You can now ensure that Our Story is printed by, Pre-Ordering your copy of Our Story book Now. Please click on the IndieGoGo logo where you can pre-order the book. Enjoy the video and share the video with your friends and relatives you think would like the book.. Thank you for … More Publishing my first book! Pre-Order one with IndieGoGo
To use Photoshop to enhance my picture or not is a continuous discussion amongst photographers. The question is less practical and more philosophical. The real question is what was your intent when taking the picture and what is your intent when displaying the picture. I rarely modify my pictures because I generally want people to have … More Photographer’s Philosophy
http://steelevisions.com/blog/how-to-sell-photos-to-a-book-publisher/ A great article how a request for free photographs ended up being a lucrative agreement that was fair to all party. This is what Steve Covey calls a Win-Win deal. The important thing is to respect each-other and each-others’ time. So be polite, be professional and be fair, yourself and others.