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lighting & portrait sales // genesis workshop

Another post for the photographers!

As you all know (read here if you don’t!), I’m incredibly excited and humbled to be teaching at the next Genesis Workshop this coming March. If you haven’t read about this amazing workshop, I highly recommend spending a few minutes on the website to get some more info on the incredible location and amenities: www.genesisworkshop.com

Workflow Christmas Sale!

Another post for Photographers:

It’s been almost a year since we our Workflow DVD and we’ve heard a ton of great feedback from photographers who are saving hours every time they edit a shoot.  We love hearing that!  Because of the amazing value of the instruction and the goodies from our awesome sponsors (every buyer gets a $100 BRI gift card, Motibodo and ProPhoto discounts and much more), we have never had a sale before…until now.

Data Management, Backup Solution: For Photographers

First and foremost, I want to mention that this article/blogpost/guide is a long time in the making.  Not that I have been working and preparing my comments for a number of months, but that it has been on my mind for probably one year now.  A lot of friends and colleagues have asked me a lot about my current data management and backup system and I feel the desire to help others better understand the options that are available today.

Although the intended audience for this post is mainly for photographers or anyone who wants a little more insight about digital asset management, it is a good read for anyone who wants to understand how important it is to have a photographer (or graphic designer, printer, etc etc) who takes their digital assets very seriously.  If you were a bride, how would you feel if your photographer had to explain to you that your images were lost, deleted, destroyed.  You probably would not like it and you would probably wonder what happened.  A photographer that does NOT take digital asset management seriously, should not be toying with events as important as weddings.  More after the break.