Monthly archive for June2010

Photo Q&A – Create. Connect. Grow.

Photo Q&A – Create. Connect. Grow.

Hi all! We are having a Photo Q&A next week at the Craig’s studio on the North Side. Topic of discussion will be: Off Camera Lighting. So bring your questions and we can all work together to answer them. Hope to see you there. Photo…

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What are you shooting for?

What are you shooting for?

Do you shoot photographs like Rambo? OK, so Rambo may be a bit extreme, but two recent comments I read and heard have triggered (pun intended) this post. Quote 1: While introducing myself to the priest a few weeks ago (at a church in the…

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REWork – Make a Dent in the Universe

REWork – Make a Dent in the Universe

To do great work, you need to feel that you’re making a difference. This is a great little essay in Rework“>the book. So, are you making a difference? Are you just another “me-too” kind of photographer, jumping on the same ship as everyone else? Are…

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Kennywood through my iPhone

Kennywood through my iPhone

I had a fantastic time with my family yesterday at Kennywood Park. (For those of you not familiar, Kennywood is an amusement park in Pittsburgh, PA) I decided to use my iPhone to document the day. I have always loved my iPhone camera, but have…

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REWork – Learning From Mistakes is Overrated

REWork – Learning From Mistakes is Overrated

From the Book: Failure builds character. Fail early and often. There is so much failure in the air that you can’t help to breathe it in. Don’t Inhale. I think it is important to examine what you can learn from your mistakes, but typically you…

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