The Weakest Link

Aug 05

The Weakest Link

In every operation there is a weakest link. It is the part of your business that holds you back. Think of a bunch of people stranded on a desert island. If the island has enough water for 12 people, enough shelter for 15 people and enough food for 8 people – how many can really live there? You could build a high-rise apartment complex on the island –...

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Ten Questions: Gail Nogle

Jul 26

Ten Questions:  Gail Nogle

It is time for the second installment of the “Ten Questions” series.  This time, I decided to focus on my friend and mentor, Gail Nogle.  Of the many masterful photographers who have guided me through my career, Gail is at the top of the list. So without further introduction, here are Gail’s Ten Questions: 1.  If someone had never heard of you...

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The Oasis

Jun 30

The Oasis

Over the next few weeks, I wanted to share a few of the images that I entered at this summer’s International Photographic Competition.  I will try and provide a little background on the images, as well as talk about how they were created. First up is an image called The Oasis. I created this shot of Central Park while vacationing in New York.  I’ve...

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Does Your Website Have a Good Foundation?

Jun 25

Does Your Website Have a Good Foundation?

Everyone knows that a good website is built on good content – but is there something more important than content?  In my opinion, I think the first priority to address is finding a good hosting service.  You can have the best articles on the web, but if you site is down all the time or you can’t access it to post… then you’ve got...

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Talking To Robots

Jun 06

Talking To Robots

Technology can be a great thing.  For example, having HDTV is certainly better than watching a TV with rabbit-ear antennas.  High speed internet is definitely better than 14.4 dial-up internet.  For the most part, it makes our life easier and more enjoyable.   Unfortunately, not all technology is positive- especially when it comes to the telephone. If there is...

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Print Competition: Know Your Audience

May 23

Print Competition: Know Your Audience

I had the honor of judging a print competition in Austin last weekend and it reminded me of a big factor in entering print competition:  know your audience. Print competition is a little like advertising – you are competing for impact, which means you need your work to stand out from a large field of images.  To increase your odds of this, you need to know...

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