Category Archives: b school

LA from the Street

This is my 200th blog post. I know that doesn’t seem like many for those of you who blog nearly every day, but I started in April 2007, so that is just about one post a week. Continuing of my theme of ‘fake’ HRD, here are some shoots from Los Angeles street shooting expedition, along […]

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Thoughts on Wedding Photography

In the last post, I talked about starting your wedding photography business. Today, I am posting a series of videos — there are eight of them — covering several ideas regarding the first meeting with a prospective client, pricing, and album design. If you are a member of the [b] School, they are available to […]

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Mentors vs. Photo Friends With Benefits

If you visited my blog, more than once, you’ve seen references to the [b] School. Simply put, the [b] School is a membership social network for professional and aspiring professional photographers. In the membership database, you will see names like co-founder Becker, Jessica Claire, Kenny Kim, Jasmine Star, Dane Sanders, Joe Photo, Mike Colon, Jerry […]

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Interview with Dan Fields

Dan Fields travels the world as a well-know surf photographer. It’s a great life, but there is one thing missing — his family. Being a master of capturing light and emotion, and wanting to spend more time at home, Dan decided to begin offering wedding photography — the problem was, how to get started, without […]

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Social Media

I’m a photographer — and I have been for a very long time. While I shot all sort of things, most of the bills got paid from wedding photography. When I was a kid, there was one photography studio in town. Anyone who got married, usually, had walked past that studio many times. The photographer […]

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