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Green Screen Photographers Archives - US Event Photos
  • 23
    Aug

    Experiential Photo Marketing vs. Traditional Photo Booths or Starbucks vs. McCafe

    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 […]

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  • 06
    Jan

    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 […]

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  • 19
    Jul

    Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, Carpet One and the JumboTron

    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 […]

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  • 27
    Mar

    Building your photography business: Part 1, Teamwork (With Tourrette'sNotes!)

    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) […]

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  • 29
    May

    Final Thoughts on Team (From 35,000 feet).

    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 […]

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