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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Desperate Times Sometime in 2012 or 2013, things went horribly wrong at Facebook headquarters. Sitting in a planning room, a team of developers, business strategists and mid-level executives sat wringing their hands over the fact that Facebook wasn’t generating enough revenue to keep its stockholders and board members happy. Times were getting desperate, and they […]

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Your shoot schedule is pleasantly full, which means so is your “to edit” list. Then there’s your album design, client consultations, product sales, bookkeeping, equipment maintenance, studio maintenance…and the list goes on. On top of that, your kids have to go to soccer practice, swim lessons, and play dates. You’re trying out that new “meal […]

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Every once in awhile we, as creative photographers, need to break up the routine of our business. We need to work on something fresh and exciting. And, I feel it is our responsibility to give back to our community somehow each year. In an effort to combine all of these personal and professional needs for […]

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It was October 2013, the beginning of my busiest season in my Denver boudoir studio. A client I’ll call Julie booked a session on the first Saturday of November. She was so excited to give this gift to her husband for their anniversary in December. We did her styling consultation by phone a week later, and […]

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