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Here's something we just shared with our Members... great exercise for seeing just where you're at and for shining a light on those areas we've been neglecting. (Nice surprise after you complete the quiz, so well worth a look!)

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Part one of two... this video focuses on the social side... connecting with people who might be interested in your work... the second is more about the commercial aspects and converting that interest into cashflow. Good primer for anyone wanting to explore their social options... 

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Well worth a look if you have a bit of time to spare... you won't want to rush.

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Here's one from my backyard... with the Adani mega-coalmine refusing to go away, seems a good time to share a glimpse of what's at stake...

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We missed the New Year with this one, but that's OK... this one is more about positive attitudes you can adopt any time. Not just for photographers either!

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Instagram has been on my to-do list for a while now, since a lot of photographers are using it in a variety of ways to generate business. I've been a bit skeptical, but figured I should check it out properly before I write it off... this video has definitely given me a few ideas to look into. Anyone here using Instagram to promote their photography? Care to share?

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Here's a great way to lose an afternoon... and creating works of art of highly commercial combo images. This is a Photoshop Action for creating multiple exposure effects. it's very versatile and easy to use, and at just $6 worth every cent.

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This article introduces a tool that helps Graphic Designers deal with requests for free and low paying work... it's also quite relevant for photographers though. Make sure you click through to the website and test some options to get a feel for the mix of messages sent depending on the options selected.

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My approach has always been to try anything interesting, and stick with those that actually generate RELEVANT connections. So over the years I've had accounts on dozens of different platforms... some worked, some didn't... this video is a pretty good starting point for working out what's likely to work for you.
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