A lot of self-employed creatives work from home. Photographers, web designers, graphic designers, video guys . . . me included. It’s convenient, cost-effective, and is a great option if you’re just starting out. But working from home is one of the hardest things to do. There are so many distractions . . . the internet, […]
Building on the 3-2-1 Backup for Photographer’s plan, Building a Bulletproof Backup System gives tips on what hardware and software is needed for the plan to be foolproof.
Released over the last couple weeks is a new service from Google called Google Inbox. It’s designed to give you a brand new look at how you can use email, and with its invite only business model, the hype has been high. Perhaps the mystery surrounding the Inbox craze, is “Is It Worth It?”. What […]
Speedlights are some of the best tools in my bag. I can set them up in just minutes, and they can really help add dimension to my scene. The only problem with them is power…my 4 speedlights take 4 AA batteries each. That’s 16 batteries each time I want to use my lights. Depending on […]
Mylio, which is an acronym for My Life is Organized, made it’s stellar debut at the PhotoPlus Expo 2014 but will it make it in your workflow?
This week’s podcast interviews photographers Frank Doorhof about his portrait work. Then, we catch up with Joel Grimes for an inspiring talk for all photographers. Get the show here or get it on iTunes — Don’t forget to post a review on iTunes. Frank Doorhof The Amsterdam-born Frank Doorhof is a noted international fashion and glamour photographer, as well […]