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Monthly Archives: August 2014

If you’ve been keeping up with me throughout all of my posts, we are finally getting to the nitty gritty of moving your business. You’ve purged, organized, packed, and schlepped. You’ve reworked your business plan and made a set of financial goals. You haven’t forgotten where you came from (or your clients), but it’s time […]

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  The great DPI vs PPI Debate I see so much confusion around this topic with not only new photographers, but with those that have been around the block a few times. For those photographers that were never involved in graphic design, I’m going to drop a little history on you first. Then, I’ll explain […]

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“I wish I could get my clients to pay that much for an album!” “My market just won’t support that kind of sale.” “If I hear one more person tell me to ‘work smarter, not harder’, I’m going to end up on the news tomorrow.” Raise your hand if you’ve ever identified with those statements. […]

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From: Angela Woolridge // Angela Woolridge Portrait Q. If you were building a new studio or searching for a new location would you choose north-facing windows? A. This is a great question as I see photographers talking about this pretty often. I think the decision of what direction your windows face depends entirely on where the […]

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