Are you teacherless? Do you have someone (or more than just one person) that you can truly saddle up alongside and allow to teach you things that you do not know? Or are you too good to submit yourself to someone else’s experience and leadership?John Saddington John asked those questions in a blog post yesterday.…

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Getting a job

Beware. Your degree is not a proxy for your ability to do any job. The world only cares about — and pays off on — what you can do with what you know (and it doesn’t care how you learned it). And in an age when innovation is increasingly a group endeavor, it also cares…

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No more FREE time

[caption id="attachment_9285" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Photo Credit: Kelly Schott[/caption] I the last two months I've spent a lot of time outdoor with my camera. I've taken photos of lakes and farms and portrait shoots. I've volunteered to help make trails in the woods and walked in local parks. I've had a lot of free ( as…

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Another great post by +G Servo

Useful Photography Tip #38: Maintain a Photography Fund (The Phoblographer)

It is about saving. If you are a photographer earning money from your work, always set aside a percentage to go into your fund. If you can, instead of buying a coffee or lunch, bring it from home and put that money to the side. Everything helps. Photography is not a cheap hobby or career. Plan, nothing lasts forever, especially photography gear

Another great post by +G Servo.  My camera body is six years old and lacks many features ( auto-bracketing, more pixels, higher ISO ) that I need in order to do the photography I want to do.  I did not plan my past purchases and did not focus on what was essential.  I did not…

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