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Pace Yourself – Guest Post

Posted in Guest Post with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 15, 2009 by Rafi Greenstein

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Here’s a quick piece of advice taken from an old fable: “Slow and steady wins the race

This moral, or saying, can be applied to many facets of photography (and everyday life). With advances in technology, things can get moving pretty quickly. New cameras and gear, faster rapid-fire, streamlined software, extended networks via the web, etc. It’s great to be able to get so much done in such a short amount of time, but this quickened pace can lead to burn-out with your photography.

Take some time to evaluate your photographic pace and identify any areas that need to be trimmed back a bit. Also look at the activities that you don’t seem to have time for, and figure out a way to adjust your schedule to make time.

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Photography Business: The Next Level-Guest Post

Posted in Guest Post with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 29, 2009 by Rafi Greenstein

This article was written by Tasha Schalk of Redwall Photo. Adapted with permission from

You know how to take great pictures, you get a lot of praise on Flickr and from friends and family, but what next? How do you market yourself as a photographer? How to do you start up a small business? Photography and marketing are two completely different talents, and it can be daunting to make the leap from amateur photographer to semi-professional. Below are a few steps that might make the transition a little easier.

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Light Up The Floor-Guest post

Posted in Guest Post with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 20, 2009 by Rafi Greenstein

Udi always keeps his eye on the strobist flickr pool. It is one of the best places to get your lighting ideas. The other day, He saw a cool Corona shot there made by Nick Wheeler. Nick was so kind to share his lighting technique with DIYP readers. So, the following article is a guest post by Nick Wheeler, If you like this tutorial as much as I did stop by Nick’s flickr stream and say “Hi” (You’ll also get a nice dose of fine images).

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