Category Archives: For Photographers

Hey you creative soul. Are you trying to start a small-business? Or have you been in business for a couple of years now and feel stuck? It’s been 7 years since I’ve started my photography business. It began in Northern Virginia and ended up in Alaska, Georgia, and now, California. I’ve gone through many highs and lows […]

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A few Thanksgivings ago, my husband, his family, and I visited his grandfather’s house in an extremely small Southern Illinois town. This is a town with no more than 100 people, give or take a few. The closest airport is St. Louis, Missouri. It was here where I realized that my job, my art specifically, delivers priceless family keepsakes that […]

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A new year, a new business. In 2015, I went through a business “refresher” in which I reevaluated my business goals, plans, and structure. I took you along on a few of the major projects, including the reconstruction of the work/life balance, the rebranding process, and the establishment of “Duty Days”. A carefully selected product […]

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Oh, that old saying that “time is money” couldn’t be more true when it comes to small-businesses, when applied appropriately and responsibly. Over the first five years of business, I’ve experienced various resources  and software, both in desktop and online formats. Living in the modern digital age, the options are endless. Yet, there is worth in testing out […]

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Spring is a beautiful time of the year. The flowers are budding but they aren’t the only ones. New photographers are blossoming all over the nation, and if you’re one of those brave souls, go you! One of the many hurdles we need to overcome to successfully run a business is the management of our finances. It’s easy to […]

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