Why should you consider using AI-generated images? The possibilities are endless, but so is the potential for abuses. You don’t want to use an AI-image while simultaneously claiming it’s a pro photographer’s work.
You’ve heard the expression, “Make hay while the sun shines!” I’m a little late to the “haymaking,” but I wanted to comment on the recent Supreme Court case decision on marriage equality while the sun was still shining on these long summer days. (Better late than never!)
The Supremes provide great fodder for all manner of creativity this time of year when many of the past year’s rulings are given to the public and become the law of […]
Great photography is a crucial element of successful marketing. With iconic images, such as the milk-moustached celebrities enjoying a glass of moo juice all the way back to the dog listening to the Victrola, strong visual images have been central to make or break successful brand marketing.
DIY or Hire a Pro?
Over the years equipment has technically improved considerably, making the capture of wonderful shots easier. But only a professional photographer has the experience and skill sets to consistently produce […]
There it was in all its Facebook glory (on Mashable) that 50% of Consumers Value a Brand’s Facebook Page More Than Its Website. Good grief!
If you’ve poured money, blood, sweat […]
Our winter may not have been a zinger this year, but I am nevertheless always thrilled to see the Magnolia tree on our street bloom. It’s such a short window of time before the blooms begin fading and fall to the ground. The quotation just seemed to fit, matching the gorgeous Sunday I snapped this in February.
Here’s a minor detour from the usual newsletter content this week. A very big ‘thank you’ to you for reading this little missive. A very big ‘thank you’ to my lovely clients. I hope you have a fabulous Christmas and New Year’s. I’m very grateful to all my readers and customers. And you’ll find a little surprise at the end of this ditty. So be sure to scroll down to the end! ~ Marcia