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It’s a great question from Margaret. She posts:[Read more…]
I’ve been scarred for life.
See, when I was fifteen or sixteen yrs old, we were poor. Very poor.
Actually, we had always been poor. But at that time we were even poorer. My dad lost his business, declared bankruptcy (his second one) and kinda abandoned us for a while.[Read more…]
Friends in photography, NObs photo success member Hark Nijar asked for help choosing images for his new studio walls. I, as usual, love turning just about any topic into a webinar. And that's exactly what I did. We'll talk about his wall samples, the importance of using best practise when choosing samples, and other questions re: marketing, growing and expanding a new thriving photography business. Members login go here for link: https://photosuccess.com/forums/the-digital-rants-and-raves/choosing-best-images-for-studio-wall-meet-up-with-hark/ Not a member? Why not join us: https://photosuccess.com/ See you then! Can't make it? I plan on recording and posting the replay in the forum. Yours in photography and success, Robert Provencher
Diversity…a buzzword you hear all the time. It plays into my business considering the variety of photography sessions that flow into my life.
For me it’s not a buzzword or an ideology, but a reality.
You may have heard me say my photography business is like a Swiss Army knife. This business model is a reality because I need to, well, make money.
This is not a hobby. It’s a business.[Read more…]
It’s a fact of life, we all get older, we change, and many things change around us.
Take the wedding industry as example. I used to be the young buck booking more weddings than I can handle.
Nowadays, not so much. Ageism? Competition? Too many younger more handsomer young bucks & buckettes and too many cell phones?[Read more…]
I’m not sure I should be doing this. But do it I must.
The emperor has no clothes. There, I said it. Let me explain.
Ok, a day late…yesterday was a full travel day. Up at 5:00AM to greet the rising Costa Rica sun, with coffee, birds and monkeys.
Home, in bed, by midnight. Modern travel amazes me.
Quote of the Week “Nothing is more desirable than to be released from an affliction, but nothing is more frightening than to be divested of a crutch” ~James Baldwin~