I am a writer with over 16 years of experience and hundreds of articles. I write about photography, productivity, life skills, money management and much more.
What Will You Do When This Is Over?
There are a lot of things most of us haven’t done for a while; get a haircut, go out to dinner, go to the movies. And as they relax quarantines and people get back out into the world, many of us will rush to do things we have missed for weeks, if not months.
How to Go From Being a Writer to Being a Highly Successful Writer
There are plenty of articles out there on how to be a successful writer. Write. Read. Study. Repeat. All of that is important, and I did that for years. I have been fairly successful. I’ve sold hundreds of articles through various sites and agencies.
In Photography, What is Auto ISO?
As I have explained in other articles, ISO is part of the exposure triangle which determines how bright or dark your image is. If you haven’t read those, there are links at the end of this article, but read on.
How to Prepare to Get More Things Done
In the American south, there is a colloquialism; fixing, usually pronounced without the G sound, as in fixin’. It means you are about to do something. Some people mistake it for a synonym of preparing, but it is more of preparing to prepare. You are about to do something, but you have done nothing yet. Or, as they would say, you ain’t done nothing yet. I’m fixin’ to cook dinner. I’m fixin’ to go to the store.
How to Pick a Direction for your Photography
In the only writing course I ever took, while pursuing a degree in programming, the teacher played a film on Joseph Campbell.
Is it Time to Cut the Cable?
Several years ago, a co-worker walked into my office grinning. I asked why he was so happy and he told me he had finally dropped cable. I didn’t know much about streaming, so I asked him if he quit watching TV. He said no; he had Prime, Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, and a couple of other services I’d never heard of.
How to Start a Stock Photography Business
When I was shooting film, back in the 1980s, I tried stock photography. But it didn’t take much research, which was also more difficult then, to discover that the time and cost involved made it a non-starter for me. You had to print and label hundreds of slides, mail them to various agencies, and then hope.
How to Photograph the Moon
Our entire lives, approximately once a month, like astronomical clockwork, we get a full moon. If we’re out at night, we notice it. If it’s one of those particularly bright or large or colorful full moons, we might stop and admire it for a minute.