Archive for February, 2012

Tuesday Tips: Storing is Not Preserving

In today’s world of bits and bytes, it is becoming increasingly easier to store and share our digital images. It’s so simple to dump several gigabytes of files to your hard drive and upload them to the web instantly- infinite duplication, minimal loss of quality! Gone are the days of tedious (but rewarding!) manual photo [...]

Monday Musings: Being Connected

I came across a Kickstarter project by Lauren Fleishman called “Love Ever After”. Inspired by an old love letter by her grandfather to her grandmother during World War II, Lauren set off to interview and photograph other couples who have been married for at least 50 years. Her purpose: to share their story and “illuminate [...]

Channel Your “Flow State”

Channel Your "Flow State"

According to recent research, it normally takes 10,000 hours of practice to become an expert in any discipline. Wow. Not that I thought being an expert would be an quick trip, but reading about these type of metrics really puts things into perspective. I came across this information through an interesting article I read on [...]

Tuesday Tip: Keeping Equipment Dry

You know those “Do Not Eat” silica gel packs that come in almost everything you buy? From inside shoe boxes to bags of beef jerky, silica gel packets are used a lot- and we normally toss them in the trash without a thought.  It turns out they are great at absorbing moisture! Hang on to [...]