Category Archives: Management

Things your camera does for you

Your camera makes a lot of important calculations for you, and knowing what is going on enables to you take up where your camera leaves off. One of the most important things your camera does is to make its best … Continue reading

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How to manage your photos

The full title of this post includes the phrase “for the benefit of children and future generations.” My parents—that’s Dad in the photo—had a simple management system that involved taking exposed film to the drugstore, picking up the prints a … Continue reading

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Do traditional prints matter any more?

I present still photographs in three forms: online, in books, and in videos. Click the link to view a 60 second video that consists of still photos. My collection includes thousands of prints, but nobody wants to see them, not even … Continue reading

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Pricing: You know it’s 2013, right?

If you would like me to photograph your Hummer, the one with the fancy wheels and custom upholstery, you will pay list price for my services. If you are an aspiring model and need photos for your portfolio, I work … Continue reading

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Blogging for fun, profit, and even more fun

There are plug-in applications that enable blog owners to charge admission, and you don’t have to be the New York Times. Tinypass has a relationship with WordPress. They say the setup is simple and fast. My friend Laura Kay invited … Continue reading

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Why you don’t have more good photos of you

Photographers tend to have enough free time to be able talk among themselves about why people live their lives with so few remarkable photographs of themselves and the people they hold dear. My friend Richard likes the argument that since … Continue reading

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10 tips for choosing a photographer

Choosing a photographer is a very personal matter because he or she will be recording you and your experiences. That is a fairly intimate relationship. It is something I encourage people to do in a thorough and leisurely way. Toward … Continue reading

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