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    Hey Kelby Crew!! Thanks for tuning in to this video post that we put together for you! This clip is all about the business side of photography and is an excerpt taken from our business DVD that we recently put out called "Harvest, The 3 Step To Growing a Thriving Photography Business." While it is extremely important to work on your craft and be great at the technical side of photography, we can't, as small business owners, neglect the management and entrepreneurial side of things. Michael Gerber, writer of the E-Myth, says that we need to have all three of these areas (the technical side of shooting pics, the management side and the entrepreneurial side) all functioning together if we want our businesses to truly succeed. We hope that you enjoy this excerpt and don't forget to focus running a great business! http://vimeo.com/48036149 You can see Zach & Jody's…

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    Let me start off by saying thank you to Scott for reaching out and asking me to put together this guest blog post. While my passion for photography is well known, I love being given the opportunity to talk about the philosophical and underlying importance of realizing just how fortunate we all are to be in the world of photography these days, but I digress…so let’s begin! “Walking to Nirvana” – Angkor Wat, Cambodia While my passion for photography lies with my landscape and nature work, it is actually my travel and humanitarian photography that has allowed me to carve out a name for myself in the photography industry. It has been through these experiences of traveling the globe as a photographer and photo educator that I have been able to take a somewhat unique view of both life on this planet and how…

    Image © dav.d - daviddanielsphotography.com I've been reading Scott's blog for quite a while, and a few years back would never believe that I would be asked to write a guest post for him. (Or … maybe he's just running low on options? I kid, I kid.) :) I do a lot of writing about photography, and you'll probably see plenty of "how-to" posts up on my blog and on Google+. This, however, is my moment to share more than just the how I photograph something, but rather why—my journey to becoming a photographer, so to speak. I learn so much from other's experiences and I hope that by sharing my story I'll inspire, motivate or maybe even help you make that one decision you've been struggling with. So, here goes nothing :) My path as a photographer somehow seems to have “just happened”. I know, of…

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