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Google+ Tip: Influencers

Google+ Tip: Influencers

This is not exactly a FAQ, since no one is asking about it. BUT THEY SHOULD BE. Google+ loves Influencers. It likes to see people creating and sharing useful content. It likes to see people interacting. It likes to see people interacting with Influencers. Google wants to send people to information that is created by people that are generally found influential and interesting.

Google+ FAQ:  Removing Your Home Address from your Page and Business/Personal or both?

Google+ FAQ: Removing Your Home Address from your Page and Business/Personal or both?

Google+ is growing! If the number of serious questions we are getting about the long-term impact of choices users making now is any indication, there is a huge movement afoot and people are settling in for the long haul. Kind of exciting to see this movement.

Diversifying Social Media

Diversifying Social Media

We've been getting so many questions on the hows and whys of our campaign to diversify our social media offerings. We feel this will be the number one important thing for photographers and small businesses to do this year. So we want to help and we walked through what we have learned and mistakes we hope to help people avoid as they deepen their social media roots!

Tips for Photographing Families with Autism

Tips for Photographing Families with Autism

The whole reason that I (Rachel) started into photography was because my oldest two boys are autistic. It was almost impossible to get a decent family portrait. For almost a decade we went without because the harsh flashing of the chain studios and the bewilderment of those taking our photographs just was impossible to overcome.

Getting your photography clients to Google+

Getting your photography clients to Google+

So everyone is talking about the AMAZING photography community on Google+. They are absolutely correct. It is amazing. Petty drama and bickering are non-existent. People are reaching out and helping each other to get established and excited. It's a pretty cool and hopeful feeling.

Pro-Tip:  Thinking Like Your Camera

Pro-Tip: Thinking Like Your Camera

If the picture turns out good, was it all the camera? And if it turns out bad, was there nothing to be done? Should we just sit in the corner and sulk? Absolutely not! You have a lot more control than you think, even if the camera is on auto mode.

Traveling with your Gear!

Traveling with your Gear!

How do you safely travel with your gear and also protect your clients images while traveling? You don't get to drive from your house to the wedding, and throw everything into your trunk, nor do you get to drive straight home after the wedding, and download your images. Well, here is how WE travel with ours.

Knowing your gear

Knowing your gear

As a photographer, our gear is our livelihood. It is what we use to make the money that pays our bills and pays for more gear. It is one of the most vital if not the most vital possession we have as photographers. Because of this, we need to take all necessary precautions to protect this asset. Our gear is not cheap.

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