Some “additions” to my business will be coming soon that I’ve been working on, very excited to be adding a few things to the mix… More on that soon…
And… as time’s gone on and things have evolved in the web world I’ve recently made a fairly major change to my website… back at the beginning of 2017 I moved all new web galleries to a company called Photoshelter… they’re used by a lot of photographers and while there are many options, it seemed like the best one for me. Overall… it’s been… well, let’s call it a change. There are good and bad that come with any “change”, this is no different….
What it has meant however is that all the 10 years of old galleries have now also been removed (server change…)… I still have all the old photos of course but all the galleries from 2007 forward are now literally in archive and have been removed from the site. So… if there’s something that you would like that’s older than Spring 2017, please contact me with the Contact Us form or give me a ring and I’ll get the images loaded on the new site.
Effective September 1, 2016 we will be charging a 3.75% Credit Card Surcharge.
Each year our costs go up yet we’ve held our prices roughly the same for quite a few years. So as to not penalize the people that do pay with cash or check, we added a Credit Card Surcharge instead of raising all our prices to accommodate the use of credit cards for payment.
As always, please let me know if you have any questions!
I can’t believe how fast 2014 went… seems I was just getting geared up for the spring and now I’m doing it again!
This time of year is often hard for a lot of photographers, we always want to kick off the new year with new inspiration, new ideas, and well… we’d like to do more business for the new year… but sometimes the long weeks and often months of no income of the “slow season” gets us down. Such is the life of being a photographer! 🙂
Within our “photographic community” we always seem to be able to find some bit of inspiration to brighten up our attitude… this year, for me, it’s a throw back! Kodak made this video ten years ago! TEN YEARS!! Scott Kelby posted this on his blog today, and it’s, well… it’s amazing, it’s the reason a lot of us cannot put down the camera, even sometimes when “sense” would make more for us to stop and do something else.
Oh, it goes about 6 minutes 20 seconds… then the video gets a little wonky…
Happy New Year! I hope to see you this year from behind the lens!!
Kyme… THANK YOU. Enjoy tonight… I’m sorry I cannot be there. I know the journey is not over but the road’s been fun, I feel very lucky to have been able to try to capture some of it for you, Eddie, Austin and of course Grandma. You’ve been very good to me and my family and I will forever be grateful. Mr. Colby Brown, Carson Pop Warner, Jr. Pee Wee, 2008
Mr. Colby Brown, Carson High School, Varsity, 2014