In honor of the December 5 movie premiere of Wild, starring Reese Witherspoon, Nancy Doran’s 2012 review of the book that inspired it is being republished here. Sadly and reluctantly, [CLICK TO READ MORE]
As prices skyrocket, the clear ROI of a 4-year degree is plummeting. Increasingly, certifications seem to be offering greater value, but at far less cost.
JT discusses his views on Degrees vs. Certifications. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
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]
Real estate photography in much of the world, not just the U.S., suffers from a much maligned perception. This is often because the quality of pictures on online listing services are so absolutely terrible. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Day-by-day we go to work, business proceeds as normal, and we go home. Tomorrow, we repeat. The day after, we repeat. Doing what is required but not the ‘extra’ little bit.
We tend to ignore the fact that every little bit counts. Why? Because it builds up over time. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
European Photography, 1840 to Present The Detroit Institute of Arts presents European photography from its inception in 1839 to the present in the exhibition Foto Europa, 1840 to Present. More [CLICK TO READ MORE]
The 6th Annual Runway Repurposed fundraiser hosted by the Livingston Arts Council will be held on Sunday, February 16, 2014, 2:00 p.m., at Cleary University Runway Repurposed combines the art [CLICK TO READ MORE]
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]