I posted a short film where I showed off how I used the Eye-Fi Mobi card while I was on a run.
VIPs, I posted a VIP Question of the Day where I talked about how art in history has influenced my photography.
I posted a 2-part video on how to photograph in low-light situations when you’re on a budget. Here is Part 1 and here is Part 2.
The SnapChick Friday Morning Rewind was from a year ago. I brought my camera into the studio as a prop!
I was busy with other things this week too, like working out at a new gym, I played around with my Nikon N65, and I ate poorly!
I also posted links to a couple articles on the photo/art market. One on the 10 most expensive photographs in history and one on how photographers/artists work the market to make sales and gain fame. I wondered what you all thought of this and I talk about it in my video recap below.
Earlier today, I had Sandra into the studio. She has been in a couple times before and she’s a lot of fun to work with. You can see one of the last times I worked with her here.
I have someone else coming into the SnapChick Studio next week! It’ll be something completely new so I’m super excited!
I also have a few other things going on… I have a Behind the Artist video planned and I’ll be posting a follow-up to my last You Are the Artist video too! I’ll also be giving you a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Framing Sunrise, featuring SnapChick and Eye-Fi Mobi.
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And, of course, you can see me talking through this recap of the week here…

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