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HOAX ALERT: Viral New Instagram Content “Rule”
Don’t believe everything you read online! Even if someone “famous” happened to share it.
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SD cards, and specifically their build/reliability have been a hot topic of late. Thanks to several high profile camera releases…
Some Initial Thoughts On Western Digital’s New My Passport Wireless
I introduced the new Western Digital My Passport Wireless a few weeks back when it was first announced by WD. The new external hard drive stood out specifically as a drive that may fit a need for photographers out on location. Here are some initial thoughts from my review unit.
Who Pays Photographers? A Listing of Experiences with Magazines and Media.
Have you ever wondered how much the pros are getting paid for that sporting event, or that feature in a magazine? If you have you likely know that information like that is very hard to come by.
The Power of Social Media: 3 Steps For Organising a Photoshoot in a Foreign Country | Tuesdays With Lauri
In this 6-minute “Tuesdays With Lauri”-video, I share three tips for anyone interested in organising a photoshoot in a foreign country, where one has now prior contacts. We talk about the power of social media, how we should ask people for help, and how we can and should always prepare for the worst:
Is Medium.com the Next Evolution of Social Media Sharing?
It is too early to tell, but Obvious Corporation, the company that founded Twitter, may be on to the next big thing in social sharing platform. Medium.com takes a different approach when it comes to publishing media content such as photos and stories. Instead of merely anchoring the content to each contributor like Flickr, photos and other posts are organized into user-created collections centered on themes