What Skateboarding Taught Me About Style And Business

You don’t just wake up one day and decide you are going to do this. Yep, that’s me, trying not to break myself, enjoying every minute of it. I had one obsession as a kid … to master my skateboard. It took me places I never dreamed imaginable, and in turn taught me that practice, […]


XEQUALS Equipment Guide – Staying Ahead Of The Curve

We know, we know. Better equipment does NOT mean better photographs. Sheesh, we’ve heard it already. But it’s hard to know which piece of equipment is worth your coin and which equipment is a waste. That fear can paralyze you into what we’ve come to know as analysis paralysis. It keeps you from making a […]

How To Pinpoint What You Suck At

There are only 2 directions a creative is ever moving in: forward or backward. There is no in between. You suck at at least one thing or another (everybody does!). If you want to elevate your photography, you have to strengthen areas of weakness. But identifying our shortcomings can be difficult. Especially if you don’t […]

Hidden Secrets to Fast, Easy Photo Publishing

Busy photographers require an efficient workflow to do 4 important tasks: Importing Cataloging Processing Publishing While much has been written about the first 3, the publishing side of things is often a weak point, with many photographers choosing just to export to a folder on their hard drive and then upload to their website. Boring! […]

Lightroom-to-Web Workflow – Made EASY

As a photographer in the modern era, the Web is your best means of having your work seen and thereby growing your audience. Lightroom provides various means of publishing your work to the Web, either using the Web module to roll your own galleries or using Publish Services to upload your work to online services […]