Those who read this blog know it is about the business of photography. It’s my unfiltered opinion on how to be a successful photographer in today’s changing market place. My expertise is corporate and event photography; US Event Photos doesn’t handle private events like weddings, but rather partners with leading companies to provide photography solutions […]
The Business of Photography Part 4: New Equipment and the story behindit. OR Make Photography Great Again.
Warning: if you are not a professional photographer or serious hobbyist, this is one of those boring posts. Suck it up, buttercup! My fellow photographers have been emailing me a few questions. Time to provide a few answers. If you are bored just read the (Tourettes notes). I am funny. Every year, I schedule a break […]
This last week has been a whirlwind, and the wind is only going to whirl harder (I head to OshKosh and Airventure 2015 next). The first part of the week, I spent at the Nashville BioDome, better known as the Nashville Gaylord Hotel, for an old client, AGA. That was a great greenscreen photo booth […]
I know it’s been a while since my last blog post, and that’s because I’ve been so damned busy I don’t have time (to pee) to make my own bed (like I ever do, hello! Hotels!) let alone write a blog post. But these past two weeks have really driven home (hit me over the head) […]
When you see graphs of successful businesses, the arrows always head one way: up. But in reality, that’s not how business works. Like life, business serves ups and downs; a successful business has more ups than downs, and a very successful business has ups and flats. And it’s funny. I look forward to the time […]