Lourcey Photography Blog | Plano kids and family photographer - Dallas, Texas

Awesome Vacation Photography

Feb 29

Awesome Vacation Photography

Guest Post By Daniel Padavona A travel photograph is a vacation keepsake. It tells a story, and it preserves dear memories of time spent with family. For commercial photographers, a few good images from a vacation can offset a portion of the trip costs. Unfortunately most novice photographers return home from vacation with a memory card full of images which...

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Are You A Guru?

Feb 21

Are You A Guru?

This weekend, I was reading a post from a self-proclaimed “blogging guru” and it got me thinking…. what does it take to be a guru? Authority or Guru The first thing to clarify is the difference between an “authority” and a “guru.”  Basically, if you can tell someone more than they care to hear about a topic, you are...

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Think You Know Ana Hoffman?

Feb 17

Think You Know Ana Hoffman?

Ten Questions:  Ana Hoffman This week, I’m continuing my “Ten Questions” series with internet traffic diva Ana Hoffman.  Ana’s Traffic Generation Cafe is an incredible website with lots of great content.  She was kind enough to answer my ten questions – so enjoy the post! 1. What made you choose traffic generation as a theme for...

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How To End Fake Smiles

Feb 09

How To End Fake Smiles

How To End Fake Smiles Every portrait is ultimately judged by the expression on the subject.  It doesn’t matter if you are a photographer or a client- everyone hates fake smiles. Nothing spoils a session like a long, dramatic “CHEEEEEEEZZZEEEE!”. So how do we avoid it? First Things First Like most projects, the planning is a critical part of the...

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Are You Running AWAY From Business

Feb 08

Are You Running AWAY From Business

The Story A while back, I was at a school auction and won a certificate for four music lessons at an area music school.  One of my boys has been wanting to take some music lessons, so it seemed like a good match.  Then I called them… The Concept When most businesses donate something to a school auction, they aren’t generally doing it to help the...

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Why You Gotta Give

Feb 01

Why You Gotta Give

You Have To Start Somewhere About a year and half ago, I started a YouTube Channel.  It was actually just one video, explaining exposure.  I posted it so people in a photography class would have a reference to remind themselves what they had learned in my beginner photography class.  From there, it just kind of grew.   It now has almost 40 videos and has...

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The Shocking Truth About Sales

Jan 27

The Shocking Truth About Sales

The Art Of The Sale Selling our work seems to be one of the toughest jobs a photographer has to do.  It is can be stressful, difficult and ultimately lead to the demise of your business if you don’t know what you are doing. When I speak at photography conventions, the topic always comes up – in one form or another.  It seems to really baffle...

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