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The Survey Results Are In A recent survey by PPA revealed that most people responding (67%) to the survey said they store their photos in their phone or on their computer. [Danger, Will Robinson, Danger!] Yes, we live in a digital world and it IS easier to keep all this images tucked away in a folder […]

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You Really Should Print Those Images So I ran across this little commercial from Canon Printers. First I laughed out loud at the commercial and then it made me think… a lot. With everyone having a camera in their phone, there are literally millions of images being captured every minute of the day. Many of […]

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For The Beginner Photographer The people over at Photography Degree created this info-graphic that is a great primer for someone who is just getting into photography or contemplating a career in photography. Many photographers, like me, have already had a different career but “caught” the photo bug. We just live to capture beautiful images and […]

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1982 vs. 2012 – What A Difference 30 Years Can Make So what is the difference between high school kids today versus my graduating class of 1982? Take a look below. I’m not sure if I was surprised by the differences. What about you? Does the information below surprise you at all? Reference: http://www.besteducationdegrees.com/high-school-kids/then-vs-now.jpg You may […]

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In the following posts, I will attempt to “bring you along” for the ride (pun intended). So let’s get started. As one of my roles as a training logistics coordinator, I typically travel ahead of the other training team to ensure all the rooms, course materials, etc. are in place and ready for the hands-on […]

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