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    http://youtu.be/ff7nltdBCHs In February of 2012 I did my first post for Scott’s guest blog called It’s All About The Jaw! I’m not particularly keen on writing, so I decided to do it as a video blog on the very first direction I give everyone who steps foot in front of my camera. It ended up being a huge hit and was his most popular guest post of 2012. Having outdone myself the first time, I found myself pushing off a second attempt in fear of not being able to live up to the hype. Well, I finally got the courage to create my second effort and you can judge for yourself whether it makes the cut or not. It’s the second in this little series I’m doing and it’s called It’s All About The Squinch! I know what you are thinking... What the heck is squinching?…

    Life On Set One of the most common topics that I get questions surrounding is what happens on set for a large production. All too often it is a personal aspect of a photographer and kept secret from those that are just making their way into the industry. While I do believe that learning through trial and error strengthens our overall knowledge base, I do not like the idea of keeping my approach secret when I could help others from experiencing some of the snags that I have hit along the way. I figured I would take a few moments today to give some of the young photographers an idea of what to expect and what will be expected of them on a production and some ways to be successful. R.E.S.P.E.C.T. I wish I could say that this one goes without saying, however it…

    Photo © Charlotte Richardson I appreciate the opportunity to share a few thoughts and experiences here as a guest blogger on Photoshop Insider. I've been blogging regularly for over six years over on my blog Photo Business News. Aside from the various photo business related news, one of the common themes I blog about is the business side of photography. Why? Simply put, if you love photography - and want to earn a living at it - if you don't include in your daily routine an attention to the business-side, you won't be earning a living at it for very long.  If your dream is to one day change careers to become a professional photographer and earn a living at it - then attending to the (sometimes) hum-drum nature of estimates, invoices, bills, and receipts is critical, alongside with the matter of pricing your…

    Fishing from a kayak in the Florida Keys with a GoPro camera There is nothing like securing a contract to photograph an event like the one I was blessed with in June. Nik Wallenda was going to walk a high wire across the Grand Canyon, untethered, and the Discovery Channel was going to broadcast it to more than 200 countries with an estimated viewership of 200 million people. Nik Wallenda walks a high wire across the Grand Canyon June 24, 2013 I had been hired to document the event, Nik's family and friends who were there, and add to the already-vast Wallenda family legacy, archives and heirlooms. I would also feed to Getty Images. Nik Wallenda gestures into the abyss on the first day of on-site training. Nik sits on the edge of the Canyon at sunrise on the first day of on-site training.…

    Honesty, integrity, originality, and good old fashioned hard work. I like to think I possess all these characteristics, but there's a good chance I don't, at least not all of the time. It's a difficult balance to maintain, a quest for the righteous at times; indeed, even the best of us can fall from grace. Jumping on the failures of others is so easy for many of us to do. It's easier than producing your own content. And it's not unique to photographers or our community, but by the nature of our work, out there for everyone to see, it's a lot easier to be exposed to the potential negativity. More and more sites are scraping every single set of images they can possibly find to showcase, blog about, and expose; like Flickr, 500px, Fstoppers, Petapixel, Tumblr, Buzzfeed, and Reddit.  This is wonderful stuff;…

    Lessons from the Help Desk Greetings! I can’t tell you how excited I am to have a chance to give a little something back to you all. Many thanks to Scott and Brad for the opportunity. You see I have been answering Help Desk questions for NAPP members since 2005. I started out assisting Peter Bauer with Photoshop questions, but once Lightroom 1.0 hit the scene I was tasked with handling all of the Lightroom questions sent to the Help Desk from that point forward. It was truly one of the greatest gifts I’ve ever been given. Sure, it was a job, but that is not what I mean by the gift I was given. The gift was the education I received as a result of the countless interactions I have had with so many NAPP members over the years. I did indeed learn…

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