1. Portland-Day16

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    Road Trip 2010: The morning of day 16 from Portland, Oregon. In this video John Trefethen describes how he deals with a lack of inspiration, his journey thus far and his encounters along the way. At the end of the clip are a selection of today's favorite images.

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    • Aaron Chang's Coverage of the Pro-Photographer Showdown in Whistler

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      Published on Apr 19, 2013 World renowned surf photographer Aaron Chang, judges Olympus' Pro-Photographer Showdown at the World Ski & Snowboard Festival in Whistler, Canada: www.AaronChang.com/blog. Aaron Chang has traveled the world capturing surf photography, snowboarding, exotic landscapes and people. Aaron's extensive library of images and expertise in the field of photography is second to none. Aaron was the winner of the Pro-Photographer Showdown contest in 2000 and went on to judge the contests consecutively in the years to follow. Five internationally acclaimed pro-photographers are chosen to show their best photography in a 12 minute show. The contestants for 2013 are: Oskar Enander, Bryan Ralph, Chris Burkard, Darch Bacha and Andy Wright. There are 2 winners -- the people's choice and the judges winner. The judges winner takes home a $10,000 prize. Watch this short video to see some clips of the show and an interview with the winner. Aaron Chang has a flagship gallery in Solana Beach, California. To see Aaron's work go to: www.AaronChang.com. To inquire about owning a piece of Aaron's surf photography or wave photography art for your home or office, call the gallery at (858)345-1880. Virtual mockups are available to help with the selection process free of charge.

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      • MARA // INDIANAPOLIS FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHER

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        Mara has a romp in the summer sun near the canal in downtown Indianapolis.

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        • Hocking Hills State Park

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          Video montage of still shots captured while sight seeing in Logan, Ohio. We were in the Old Man's Cave and Rock House sections of the Hocking Hills State Park. For additional pictures or contact information please visit http://dawnshiree.blogspot.com.

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          • Around San Diego with Aaron Chang

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            Surf photographer Aaron Chang takes you around San Diego county and shows you life through his lens in this short video. Aaron Chang is an internationally acclaimed ocean photographer and award winning gallery owner. He won "Best Gallery" in 2011 and 2012 and "Best Artist" in 2013 and 2014. His photo art galleries can be seen in Solana Beach and downtown San Diego. From the Imperial Beach Pier, to Cortez Banks through the city of San Diego, Aaron takes you to the outskirts of San Diego and shows you photos that make you look twice at America's Most Beautiful City. Torrey Pines, Del Mar, Encinitas, Swami's all add flavor to a city growing up. The result is urban beach chic. Old world sophistication meets new. To see the art online, go to: www.AaronChang.com. To inquire about owning a piece, speak with an art associate at the Solana Beach gallery at (858)345-1880 or downtown at (619)567-8088. The galleries are located at: 415 South Cedros Ave., #110, Solana Beach, CA 92075. At the Headquarters: 789 West Harbor Drive, #156, San Diego, CA 92101. Aaron's work can be seen on Facebook at: Aaron Chang Gallery or on Instagram and Twitter at: @theAaronChang.

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            • Swimming with the Whales

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              Aaron Chang is world renowned as one of the best surf photographers. Aaron’s work consists of surf photography, landscape photos and black and white photography. To see Aaron’s work or sign up for his photography blog, go to: www.AaronChang.com/blog. In this slideshow video, Aaron shows you the spectacular wildlife imagery of the humpback whales swimming freely in Tonga. Shot with film director, Kurt Miller for his upcoming movie The Current, Aaron captures stills of the whales, the Tongan people and the featured athlete of the film, Grant Korgan. Grant was paralyzed in a snow mobile accident and attributes much of his recovery to the love of his wife, Shawna Korgan and his attitude of positivity. Grant and Shawna Korgan are an inspiration to all who meet them! To see their story: www.korgmovement.com. Aaron has a photo art gallery in Solana Beach and is opening his second gallery at the Headquarters, near Seaport Village, San Diego on November 18th. Aaron’s gallery was voted the “Best Gallery” of the year by Ranch and Coast magazine for 3 years running. To inquire about owning an Aaron Chang piece, please contact a sales associate at the gallery: (858)345-1880 or contact Eric Long, the director of operations: eric@aaronchang.com.

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              • How To Use Blogging To Get More Photography Clients

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                Full article at: http://www.zenologue.com/blog/how-to-get-more-photography-clients/ Transcript: Hi, Nigel Merrick here, founder of the Zenologue photography marketing website. My goal, as always, is to help you simplify your marketing so you can focus on creating the photography you love. In this quick video today, I want to answer a great question I got from one of my readers - let's call her Lydia - and this is what she had to say: "I'm really excited, and so proud of myself, because I just published my first blog post, but what do I do now? How can blogging actually help me get more clients?" This is a very common question, and many photographers I talk to have similar stories. They have a blog, and have started putting out posts, but once the initial thrill wears off they start feeling uneasy, and ask themselves things like: * What do I do now? * Will anyone read this? * How can I get more people to share my posts? * What on Earth am I going to write about next? * Will this blogging thing actually work and is it worth it? This is all very normal, but Lydia still needs to make her blog work for her as a marketing tool. In an ideal world, she would publish posts, there would be a sudden rush of visitors, and new clients would be so enthralled with her work that the phone wouldn't stop ringing. But, it doesn't always work out like that, does it? More likely, a few people come to the blog, but the phone stays silent. So what can she do? Unless her blog can generate leads, is it really worth all the effort? Luckily, there is a solution - we just have to understand two simple things: 1: How a blog attracts visitors in the first place... 2: The type of content we should be creating to convert those visitors into leads... Basically, there are 5 main ways that visitors will find your blog: * From Google's search results - obviously, this is where SEO comes into play, to make sure you show up for relevant searches. * Social media - Are you making it easy and frictionless for your readers to share your blog articles with their friends on Facebook and the other social channels? Are YOU taking the time to share your own content? * Word of mouth - This is very powerful, and can generate a lot of visitors, but first you must make sure you're providing your clients with the most amazing experience possible. * Email marketing - Your own newsletters and email marketing campaigns should be aimed at driving your subscribers back to your blog and website, but not always from a sales-minded perspective. * Direct marketing - Your email autoresponders can also be used to remind your subscribers about relevant blog articles they may have missed, especially if they subscribed after the post was originally published. So what type of blog content should you create to make the most of these visitor channels? Very simply, you should turn your blog into THE place to go to whenever someone in your target market needs information or has a question about the type of photography you have to offer. In other words, your blog must become less of a salesperson and more of an educator - essentially nurturing your prospects through the initial stages of looking for a photographer, so that you'll be at the top of their mind when they come closer to the final decision. There's a lot more about this, plus a free PDF eBook with example ideas for blog content on the Zenologue website. Just click the link below to get the full article and your free download. Thanks for watching, I hope this quick video has been useful, and I'll see you next time. In the meantime, I wish you continued peace in your business. Article link: http://www.zenologue.com/blog/how-to-get-more-photography-clients/

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                • Meet Sarah

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                  Hello! My name is Sarah, and this is my photography blog. I live I am currently a senior in high school trying to juggle school, friends and everything else in between. I live in Southern California with my parents and two older brothers. At the age of fourteen, I was introduced to the wonderful world of photography and since then, I have fallen in love. I started off using strictly film cameras (35 mm Pentax) but now I experiment with both film and digital. Most of my work features the unique places I have been, but I'm starting to experiment more with street photography and portrait photography. So here's a bit about me. Thank you for joining me on this journey!

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                  • Behind the Scenes New York Times Magazine Shoot

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                    A behind the scene look at a photo shoot for the New York Times Magazine. Artwork by Jason Hackenwerth Photography by Sean Gilligan.

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                    • Bowles Family

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