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    FROM ROCKS AND TREES TO GUYS IN TIES I’m thrilled and honored to be this week’s guest blogger. I’ve been a member of NAPP and a follower of Scott Kelby for many many years, and I can’t thank him enough for all the wonderful information he provides through his books and online videos. I’ve been making my living as a photographer for more than 25 years, specializing in location work for annual reports and other types of business collateral material. Making a living as a professional photographer is hard work, no doubt about it!  You need passion, persistence and an unbridled faith in yourself and your abilities.  As hard as it is to build a successful business in photography, it is the most rewarding career you could ever imagine. My love affair with photography started back during my high school days.  I was a…

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