Last week I sent an email with a link to a survey asking what you wanted to learn about using Photoshop. Without a doubt the top requested training video was “How to Use Layers in Photoshop” of which there is already a training video on the site. I thought I’d create this short little video [...]
Archive for December, 2011
You may have noticed the new navigation tab on the main page of the site labeled Photoshop Training. On that page you’ll find short 10 to 25 minute Photoshop Training videos – each covering a single Photoshop topic, technique or tool. I’ve created the page and those short videos because when I got started using [...]
As much as I like writing and/or recording those inspirational messages I need to remind myself occasionally that you’re here to learn about photography. Certainly we need to remain inspired – but we need some meat once in a while too. Today in this longer-than-I-expected video I talk about Cowboy Studio radio slaves. Pardner, if [...]
How often are you moved – emotionally – to voice your opinion on something controversial? Not to get all religious on you but I remember (kinda) a story told by my favorite motivational speaker Jim Rohn. It was about the Apostle Paul – formerly known as Saul of Tarsus. Before he became a Christian himself [...]
Is your business remarkable? Are your images? Is your service? Is the fact you charge one large up front fee and let your clients have their images printed where ever they want – something that is worth remarking about? Maybe. Food for thought. Yeah it’s 17 minutes long – but it’s Seth Godin – and [...]
by: Dave Meir – The Portrait Expert My career in portrait photography has come full circle. Starting in the basement of my home where I photographed 25 high school seniors in my first year. Then moving to a storefront studio where, at our peak, we were doing 350 seniors a year. And now back to [...]
A short video (as short as I can make them) blog post about change – and a continuation of last weeks discussion of what we are selling; paper or experiences. I encourage everyone to chime in with their two cents!;-) or three or four. Happy holidays!
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