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Let’s be clear here, WPPI is not for everyone. The pace of this conference along with the demographic is something that we think can be very polarizing. A love it or hate it type of thing. As a veteran of almost 20 years of trade shows and conferences in the photo and a couple of other industries, I’m of the belief that pre-planning your activities to extract maximum value from a conference such as this, will leave you with either a very successful feeling, or by not planning anything and flying by the seat of your pants, one of utter defeat.
You know, nothing grinds my gears more than a company that has the means to pursue image licensing, stealing an image. It’s even worse when that company is one dedicated to another creative field where theft of intellectual property is rampant.
Once again, our favorite lady, Melissa Munding of Melissa Munding Photography comes through with a bit of gold for all of us.
Coming from a fine art background, she’s been torn to shreds in her past and developed strategies to learn and grow from it.
So with no Ado whatsoever, from Melissa:
Whether you’re a photographer, like me, or a mechanic for a local shop, there are many tasks you can do which can improve a company’s presence. Also, improving a website, you increase the chances of raising revenue for the business.
Well, pretty simply it seems.
Weddings Unveiled Magazine decided that they had no interest in running an ad with the image of a same sex couple. The backlash has already spread far and wide.
And in our opinion, deservedly so.
Recently, I made the big switch from Canon to Nikon, and the first lens I had to get was an able replacement for the awesome Canon 85mm f/1.2L prime that I used to use for almost everything on my 5DmkII.
The Nikon 85mm f/1.4G was the one in which every online review I read, was the answer to Canon’s version. I’m not one to usually trust online reviews and really wanted to check it out before I bought it. But with portrait gigs coming up, and with my comfort zone being at the 85mm focal length, it really was a no brainer to get into this lens without renting it first.
Thanks to Joe Collins for his submission! Great stuff Joe!
Check his work out at: http://www.mosaicarchive.com
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