Email marketing at your own peril

By: admin on: 18 Mar 2015

Stepping too close to the marketing edge can be lethal I recently received a marketing promo email from Canon and although they’re usually interesting, I found this particular one pretty appalling. See email below.   As a photographer working in the construction sector, I’m particularly aware of the risks of capturing images in dangerous, difficult and […]

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Photographer IT woes

By: admin on: 27 Jan 2015

Photographer vs Computer These days surviving as a photographer isn’t just about taking snazzy pictures, you’ve got to know your way around a myriad of software and be able to hold your own against the ever complex (they call them user friendly, lol.) computers. I recently came across a computer issue that took a bit of working […]

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Advice for buying cameras and lenses

By: admin on: 23 Jan 2015

Buying Photographic Lenses Thanks once again for joining us back on the blog and the next question that I’ve had through is about what my advice might be for buying cameras and lenses. Thanks for very much for taking the time to write in. My advice would be to invest your money in lenses. That […]

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Innovative assisted living products

By: admin on: 17 Jan 2015

Photographing wearable technology Capturing images in the healthcare sector is always inspiring, not only the people that work in that sector, but also the creative devices that promise to change the world of vulnerable people and assist them with living a normal life. Working alongside Protel Health we’ve been capturing the stories of some of these innovative companies. We’re creating […]

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Creating a ‘Hero’ shot

By: admin on: 16 Jan 2015

How to build a ‘Hero’ shot. Thanks very much for joining me back on the blog. A question sent to me recently, How do I build a ‘Hero’ shot? So, first of all, you will need to know what a ‘Hero’ shot is. And it is kind of a general term used by the industry to say it […]

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Best of 2014

By: admin on: 11 Jan 2015

A look back at 2014 A belated Happy New Year to you. I hope you had a great break. As a professional photographer the start of the year is about clearing off and archiving off old project data, emails and image files. Clearing the desktop hard drives and getting ready for the next years work load. Which at present is looking […]

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