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Let’s raise our voices with respect

I'm tired of American Politics.You can't turn on the TV these days without politicians or their surrogates slinging mud at each other in very loud voices, and we still have 3 months until the election.       The level of discourse in this country seems to reach a new low each day.But this has also made me think about the way we treat each other on social media.It seems that the animosity of the internet has given rise to a new social "norm" for how we speak with each... continue reading

Be A Stock Photographer Without Alienating Your Friends and Family

Let me start by saying…..I know you all know what I am talking about here.You go to a family event and spend the whole time behind the camera not just document the event but, look at the way those candles light the cake, aunt Suzie has some new sunglasses with the coolest design on them. Will she sign a model release?You know that guy at the party that is always pulling out his Blackberry and checking his email, stock, etc? The one everyone thinks is an annoying jerk? That, dear friends,... continue reading

Museum Etiquette

This past weekend my husband and I went to two different museums. Saturday we went to the Computer History Museum and on Sunday we went to the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum.Each museum has there own set of rules when you are visiting there facility which is normally listed when you first walk in the door, on a brochure for the museum or when you first walk in the door someone might instruct you what the rules are for their museum.While at the Computer History Museum I did not encounter anyone... continue reading

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