Maggie moved to Canada from Poland when she was only 16. She attended OCAD, one of our finest art universities and in spite of her lack of English and being in a foreign country, she acquired a degree in art. When I met her, about 7 years ago, she had been in her own photography […]
Call me Jungian or call me crazy. Last night I had a dream. A strange dream. All my dreams are strange. There I was, checking into a hotel in a strange city. I was attending a photography convention. And I couldn’t find the front desk. I kept walking around the hotel, looking. There was none […]
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The last time I went golfing I almost killed a dude. That’s how bad I am. Besides, I don’t really like the game. I find it odd, like yoga. (I started yoga last month…what a weird activity that is…more on that later) Strange, strange stuff…..but it could be me. Who knows. One thing about golf […]
Not sure about you, although I do enjoy some down time during the holidays, I do start chomping at the bit. I’m eager to get back in the game. I can only take so much holiday cheer, family, food and Xmas carols. This week is a crazy one for us. Betwixt Xmas and New Years […]
There’s a consistent, almost predictable behavior pattern with many photographers who are successful. I’ve noticed this many years ago. I also noticed it in myself, and have attributed this set of behaviors to my own success. I might add these behaviors will possibly propel you to stratospheric heights if you apply them in your life […]
Ramblings on all thing photography from our own studios in mining, industrial, boudoir and families, babies, weddings…
I ain’t braggin’…..seriously. (It ain’t braggin’ if you done it! And I done it…) Trying to make a point and trying to help you out. Keep reading. We make about $450.00 bucks an hour when we shoot a typical fairy day promo (more or less, likely more….)… ….I pay the government their due and give […]