Previous installments of this series have focused on how you should prepare for a professional headshot session, and why having a professional photo is important to your business image. Now I've spoken to an executive recruiter about why a good image is significant.Read More
A lot of work-related conferences aren't all that exciting. You’re either cooped up in a cold conference room all day in an interesting place and you end up with no time to explore, your family is out exploring without you, or you’re alone somewhere that isn't an interesting place to hang out.
The people who run FStoppers.com solved all of those problems in one shot with the first FStoppers Workshops, in Nassau, Bahamas.Read More
I've been doing a lot of planning to get my business up and running. This year I'm going to do it.
Earlier this month, I attended a photo festival in Pike County, Georgia, called Slow Exposures. I was juried into the competition and decided I should go and see what it was about. I'm so glad I did.
Slow Exposures is dedicated to celebrating the rural south. In addition to the juried show, Slow Exposures also holds a portfolio review, workshops, guest lectures, a ball and satellite shows. Part of what makes the show interesting isn't just the events, it's the people and the locations.
This past weekend, I spent quite a bit of time in the city, more than I usually do if I'm not working. I wanted to do some street photography. I even managed to talk my husband into coming with me. We headed out to a festival called Atlanta Streets Alive. On the way, we ran across another event called Rock and Ride.