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Being a victim of circumstances … is it mandatory?
Whether you're an employee, self-employed worker or owner of a large company, everyone is currently experiencing their share of challenges....
The Lemonade series, part three: The secret ingredient
In the third part of this lemonade series, I share the secret ingredient that could allow me to concoct the...
The Lemonade series, part two: A new recipe
In the second part of this lemonade series, I am working on the development of a new recipe made out...
The Lemonade series, part one: A big lemon
In the last few months, life has been different for everyone. Work plans have been altered or destroyed. What do...
Simple ways to get more photography clients, part two
In part one, I discussed playing to your strengths, being flexible yet firm with pricing, cultivating a portfolio and making...
Simple ways to get more photography clients, part one
The freelance photography industry is one that is hard to crack open, but once you've been brought into the fold...
How to start a portrait photography business: A 2020 guide
Today, it’s becoming more and more common for the average person to strike out on their own as a self-starter....
Introduction to exhibiting: Locations
Editor's Note: We welcome Angie McMonigal to Photofocus. Angie is an award-winning fine art and commercial architecture photographer based in Chicago....
How to make peace with TIME
8 killer tips to work smarter, be more productive and conquer a myth There’s days and there’s DAYS. Those days...
4 Reasons Why You Should Consider Getting An Office Out From Your Home
When we are at the beginning of our photographer career, we try to spend as little as possible on everything...
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Being a victim of circumstances … is it mandatory?

Whether you’re an employee, self-employed worker or owner of a large company, everyone is currently experiencing their share of challenges. But is it mandatory to be a victim of circumstances? I’m looking at the question. Why do some people are

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Introduction to exhibiting: Locations

Editor’s Note: We welcome Angie McMonigal to Photofocus. Angie is an award-winning fine art and commercial architecture photographer based in Chicago. She brings a detailed, thoughtful perspective to her work, whether for clients or through the workshops she leads. Focusing more

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time turner, harry potter, time, time management, work management

How to make peace with TIME

8 killer tips to work smarter, be more productive and conquer a myth There’s days and there’s DAYS. Those days that are so full we almost dread them from the moment we wake up in the morning. How did we

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Introduction to exhibiting: Locations

Editor’s Note: We welcome Angie McMonigal to Photofocus. Angie is an award-winning fine art and commercial architecture photographer based in Chicago. She brings a detailed, thoughtful perspective to her work, whether for clients or through the workshops she leads. Focusing more

Read More
time turner, harry potter, time, time management, work management

How to make peace with TIME

8 killer tips to work smarter, be more productive and conquer a myth There’s days and there’s DAYS. Those days that are so full we almost dread them from the moment we wake up in the morning. How did we

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