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The Software I Use Daily In My Photography Studio

Using ByWord to write this post in Markdown In part I of my studio setup article, I covered all of the hardware that I currently use to run my photo business. In this second article I’ll cover the apps that I use most often as well as some calibration software/hardware products I forgot to mention in the first article. Mac…

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A Look At The Hardware In My Photography Studio

I’m often asked about the equipment setup in my studio, and how I use it all together to run my business. This includes computers, applications, backup hardware and strategies, printers, network configuration, and everything else I use on a regular basis. This doesn't only include processing and printing, and framing, but also marketing, writing, teaching workshops, and everything else that…

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My Current Reading List on the iPad

I think it's fair to say I have a book habit - I love collecting and reading books. While I still enjoy and buy "real" books, most of my reading has been on a tablet for the past few years. Coffee table books are great, but nothing beats the convenience of carrying a whole bookshelf worth of books in a…

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7 Things I’m Enjoying Right Now

Inspired by a recent post on another blog, I thought it might be worthwhile to share some of the things I have been enjoying in my life over the last few months ( and some for much longer) in hope that it might inspire you in some way or another in your creative endeavors. While this is somewhat off topic…

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Great New Books To Improve The Mind and Body

I’m always on the look out for new books to read, whether photography related or otherwise. They provide inspiration, fresh perspectives, and can spark so many new ideas for work or personal life. I do have a "book" habit, but luckily there are only good side effects (if you discount my diminishing bank account!) Here are a few of my…

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