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Corporate Business Portraiture | Johannesburg

23 August 2013
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For the vast majority of people, posing for a business portrait is about as appealing as root canal treatment. Why are the final images likely to be disappointing? Because your body language is hugely important. You may have been smiling, but what was the rest of your body doing? Discomfort at being in front of [...]

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Commercial Photography Talk: Kiki Guest Speaker July 2012

10 September 2012
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“Would you like to photograph anything you want, anywhere you want, in any way you want, with a great professional camera system? Would you love to travel to luxury destinations and photograph whatever, whenever you want? The only way to do this is to get a real job and do photography in your own time.” [...]

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Why I don’t supply RAW or unedited images to Clients

30 August 2012
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Occasionally, after supplying a disc of beautifully edited images to a client, they ask for the RAW images – and they want all of them. They saw me take hundreds of photos, but I only supplied 30 on the disc. There are a number of aspects to delivering a beautiful photograph – some of them [...]

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The importance of high quality photographs in the PR industry

31 July 2012
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Photographs are powerful and persuasive, and underused in Public Relations. Many editors complain that they seldom receive press releases accompanied by photos, and rarely are those press releases accompanied by print-quality, high resolution photographs that are ready to publish. Using second-rate low-resolution photographs in press releases is harmful because, in business, first impressions mean everything; [...]

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Transferring Copyright to you Client – What does this really mean?

2 November 2011
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Transferring copyright means that you reassign every single right to your photographs to your Client.

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