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5 Reasons Why You Should Use a Instagram Business Profile

In Marketing/Business by Julian Baird4 Comments

The hugely popular photo-sharing service Instagram has been around since 2010 and now boasts over 700 million users.  Back in 2016 Instagram started to offer users the ability to switch to a Business Profile.  In this article, I look at the features and tools that become available when you switch to a Business Profile. The conversion to a Business Profile …

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Photoshop Resolution Setting: A complete guide and cheat sheet

In Post-processing by Frank Gallagher4 Comments

The resolution of a camera sensor is different from the resolution of a monitor which is different from the resolution of a printer.  Adobe Photoshop brings all three together, giving you the ultimate control of how your image is presented.  But only if you know how each different resolution works. In this article, I’ll (1) briefly describe camera sensor resolution, …

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7 Ways Drones Are Used in Businesses

In Gear by Jesse Park0 Comments

Many people know about military drones classified Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) whose uses are explicitly in war. As the popularity of drones increased, the technology has been commercialized for businesses and individuals. The military’s contribution to the drone technology is significant and unforgettable. Developments in the technology have facilitated innovations into different ways drones are used in businesses today. The …

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13 Tools to Improve Productivity in your Photo Business

In Marketing/Business by Deb Mitzel0 Comments

Running a small business means wearing a lot of different hats, and if you’re like most photographers, you don’t enjoy wearing all of those hats. But even if you do, you probably don’t have enough hours in the day to do everything you want to (or should) do. Because of this, finding ways to improve productivity or become more efficient …

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Flashpoint Zoom Li-on R2: In Depth Review

In Gear by Bryan Striegler5 Comments

There is nothing more annoying for an artist than to be limited by his or her tools. Imagine a painter that only can use two colors or a sculpture trying to use a dull chisel. Yes, they both can probably still create something, but the process is going to take longer, be more difficult, and not be as good as …