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Asked in a online forum recently: I am thinking about what I could do differently for the next year for my shows and I am thinking about whether involving a marketing company to do some marketing in the city where the show is held would make a large enough difference to sales to cover the […]

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More than one way to skin a cat

I was asked recently if WordPress can be used to create a whole website, and a shopping cart. The short answer is yes, you can build a website from scratch on it. The bad news is that you’ll need to learn how to design a template around their existing structure if you don’t use an […]

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A while back, I was carrying extra large prints to complement the 30×40″ framed work on the walls. I built a folding bin from solid oak 1×4″ stock to accommodate these prints. ¬†Essentially a three-sided frame, it is hinged on the two back corners, and held open on the front edge with a 1×6″ attached […]

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When I’m traveling or shooting on location, the iPhone 3GS is an indispensable tool. Aside from all of the great little camera apps that you can get with the iPhone, there are a few apps that are creatively useful. A couple relate directly to location use, and others are more for entertainment value while getting […]

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