5 ways to save money on photography

Many business services can get expensive, and photography is one of them. Here are five ways to save some money without compromising the results. Plan ahead Know your market Use resources wisely Choose the right photographer Avoid false economies Let me break these down. Plan ahead—way ahead If you don’t know where you’re going, how […]

Valentine’s Day at Fashion Week 2011

One of my favorite things to do in New York is to stop by Fashion Week to see what the attendees and passers-by are wearing. Today, fueled by an article in Overflow Magazine by Brooklyn blogger Erica Reitman, in which she takes inhabitants of Park Slope to task for dressing like slobs, I was particularly […]

I shot some angels—am I going to go to hell?

Victoria’s Secret opened it’s first Toronto store on 28 October, and on the 27th, for a promotional boost, the company took over Yonge-Dundas Square (for those of us south of the border: think Times Square) and, in an outdoor studio with a fake red carpet runway background set up beside a huge promotional tent, held […]


We all have expectations. We all make plans. We all get disappointed when the plans don’t turn out as expected. As a photographer, a good part of my job is to understand my client’s expectations, and—at the least—meet them. I always try to exceed their expectations, and I usually succeed. And that takes practice. So […]

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