Social Media and its Impact on the Entertainment Industry

Oct 03

Social Media and its Impact on the Entertainment Industry

Guest Post by Brian Testa From a Renewed Bingo Setting to Instant Photo Sharing Capabilities Social media has already made its presence felt in the photo industry with more technologies that cater to portability and ease of access. Although the DSLRs are still a must for professional shutterbugs, casual camera users are leaning more on tiny devices with simple...

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Face The Music

Dec 04

Face The Music

Are You Putting Your Best Face Forward? As a photographer, I can’t help but notice people’s profile picture on Twitter.  It really tells you so much about the person.  I can’t tell you how many times I have followed someone on Twitter based entirely on a cool profile images.  How do we reward these creative souls?  I decided to setup a contest...

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The Fatal Flaw Of Photography Websites

Sep 27

The Fatal Flaw Of Photography Websites

Is your website helping your business or hurting you?  Could it be bringing in even more clients than it is now? One of the things I like most about speaking at photography conventions is getting to meet photographers all across the U.S.   The crowd usually has everything from seasoned veterans to brand-new beginners.  By the end of the convention, I’ve...

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Cheering on the Texas Heat

Aug 11

Cheering on the Texas Heat

Six months ago, my kids were playing in the snow.  Kinda rare for Texas-but it happened.  My how things have changed. Today is the 41st CONSECUTIVE day of 100 degree weather.  Think about that for a minute…over a month with it getting to be over 100 every day.  The last time the Heat was this bad in Dallas was during the NBA Playoffs. The weird thing is...

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LOST in Oahu

Jul 23

LOST in Oahu

Heather and I just got back from spending a week on the island of Oahu.  When we found out that a great deal of ABC’s LOST was filmed there, we decided to drive around and find a few of the locations. It was amazing how they were able to make one small island look like so many different places! Truly incredible. We started out across the street from our...

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Keeping Perspective

May 03

Keeping Perspective

This weekend, the United States officially removed BinLaden from power.  It was a very joyous moment in a long, sometimes depressing story. When things like this happen in the “real world” it really puts life in the “photography world” into perspective.  It really is so important to balance your personal life with your photography life. ...

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