Photography 101: Finding Your Focus

August 20, 2013 § Leave a comment

Originally posted on The Daily Post:

So far in our Photography 101 series, we’ve asked guest photographers to share their insights and tips on various elements of the craft, from light to composition. Today, meet Matthew George: the blogger at Photo Lord, a site that features and recognizes other photographers, and a passionate high school photography teacher. In this installment, Matthew introduces focus and the concepts of depth of field and aperture. 

Finding your focus — the basics

I provide some general guidelines to my students:

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Hugs and kisses.

August 7, 2013 § Leave a comment

My loyal blog followers. Nothing compares to you. I know it’s hard finding time to check on me when we all have life commitments. It’s not an easy world we live in, but with a little dose of love here and there, we can all make the world a better place.

So I’m redesigning my life and my blog, and promise to always let my light shine through.

Sending hugs, flowers and kisses this early morning.

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May y’all shine forever.

xo.

Creative Encounters: Conversations with Sarah Von Bargen

August 1, 2013 § 1 Comment

The 8 Things to Look for in a Business Plan

June 18, 2013 § Leave a comment

Ola:

The 8 Things to Look for in a Business Plan

Originally posted on Sara's Marketing Blog:

The 8 Things to Look for in a Business PlanBuilding a business case

When we decided to go after investment for our company, we came to the point where we needed a business case. Business cases are generally no more than 10-15 pages of slides. We built our business case based on what Angel Investors and VC firms look for when they review a plan. Different firms have different requirements, although many are similar. After speaking with a wide range of investors, below is the summary of what these investors looked for in a business plan.

The 8 key items that investors look for in a business plan

  1. The Value Proposition: The big questions that the value proposition should answer is ‘Why you?’ Why should someone buy your product or service – is it better, faster, is it believable, unique, does it have a competitive advantage, and does it solve a big need or frustration?
  2. Industry and Competitive Analysis:…

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Love Isn’t Practical.

June 17, 2013 § Leave a comment

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4 Writing Resources for Content Marketers – ‘Net Features – Website Magazine

April 22, 2013 § Leave a comment

4 Writing Resources for Content Marketers

via 4 Writing Resources for Content Marketers – ‘Net Features – Website Magazine.

Unclutter your life…be organized

April 17, 2013 § 4 Comments

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