Checkout What’s Nearby: Plymouth Ice Festival

01/10/2014 adminLP
The Plymouth Ice Festival: Not just a festival for ice, but one for photography, too!

This weekend (1/7, as we speak) is the annual Plymouth Ice Festival. It’s a great event for anyone able to tolerate the cold. For photographers, it can be a new opportunity to develop and showcase their skills. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

New Biz Owners: Why You Need Focused Marketing

11/12/2013 adminLP
This is a topic that comes up frequently, no matter the market. Whether you’re in photography, social media, web design, nuclear power plant design, or selling new or used cars: You need to focus your marketing efforts.

All too frequently, new business owners want to promote themselves broadly, talking to everyone who will listen. On one hand, this is understandable. You just never know who might send future business your way. And that’s what you’re after. Right? [CLICK TO READ MORE]


10/25/2013 adminLP
New, the next big thing. The next thing you have, or will, start. Not yesterday’s work, not last week’s with yet another new task to finish. No, something absolutely completely New.

JT suggests you consider taking up something, well, New! in your life. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Making the Change: HDR to Exposure Fusion

09/21/2013 adminLP
Discussing the differences between HDR and Exposure Fusion, and, why Torben Photography is now developing professional real estate photography with Exposure Fusion.

Providing a number of direct comparisons, using the same input sample sets, the results are there for readers to decide for themselves. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Innovation is Not Found in Ruts

09/17/2013 adminLP
How much exploring do you do? As in, really do? On the way to or from your usual destinations, do you ever vary the route? Or, is the route a rut with high sides that you do not look beyond?

Just like many of you, I too fall prey to getting stuck in ruts at times. Perhaps less so now than at other points in my life, but it does happen. Even when we vary our path, we have our favorite little ‘excursions’ we take that, themselves, are simply more ruts. Just not as deep. Reflecting on this I want to encourage you to get out of your ruts. Explore. Truly explore. Do something you would never do as part of a routine. [CLICK TO READ MORE]

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