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Do you try to capture everything you see on vacation? You want to make sure everyone sees what you saw when you get back home? Well today our guest speaker Charles Quinn of Charles Quinn photography will address vacation photography. He will give us tips on what to do and what not to do like spend your whole time behind the lense, and following the rules of photography when traveling.
We'll also talk about next years trip to Yellowstone National Park in celebration of the centennial of the national park system with Mayflower Tours.
Yolanda will tell us all about what went on with SXSW.
Join us today for this exciting episode.
For months people have pondered just whom The Mystery Caller is. Is it a broad? Is it a guy? Is it Darth Karta? Is it Dennis Stamp? Is it the former female WWF ref of the 80's? There is much mystery surrounding her. We will try to get to the bottom of things as she is the guest for the week on The George Mack Show.
Cost of caller identification: Even though it's been around for decades, caller ID continues to pose problems for your contact center. Today, we'll be talking about why those problems are actually getting worse, and discuss some ways your contact centers can alleviate the burden and cost of caller ID.
Ian Roncoroni is the founder of Next Caller, advanced caller ID for businesses. Next Caller is the world's largest caller ID database, linking telephone number to name, address, email, household income, and other personal information. Ian is the head of business development, and wrote the logic for their proprietary data aggregation algorithm. This algorithm is so unique that industry giants like Nextiva, 8x8, and Vertical Communications have made Next Caller their native caller ID product. He is a graduate of Princeton University and the prestigious Y Combinator program.
Tyler Breen of Weathermen Waterfowl talking Goose Hunting, Duck Hunting, Photography Tueday March 3rd 2015 89:00pm Eastern LIVE Making it RIAN!!! or SNOW.... LOL
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Artists You Should Know is all about helping you expand your skill set and becoming a better photographer and business person. Skip Cohen is your host and today's guest is San Francisco children's photographer, Brooke Bryand. While Brooke has an increbily diverse skill set, her passion is photographing babies.
In the wedding industry we always talk about storytelling as an important skill. Well, Brooke has taken storytelling to a new level with her portrait work with babies, utilizing macro photography to capture "those tiny toes and itty bitty lips" and doing portraits with her signature, an extremely narrow depth of field. You'll immediately pick up on her passion for the craft as she talks about the importance of building a relationship with her subjects and "the 10 second rule".
Today's podcast is all thanks to our friends at Tamron USA. They not only make great glass, but their passion for education and supporting the photographic community has set the standard for the industry.
This podcast is also part of a "daily double". Check out Brooke's guest post on the SCU blog. She's shared three outstanding tips to help you develop your own unique look and raise the bar on your images, especially when shooting babies with a macro lens.
Searching for spiritual enlightenment and purpose in middle age. Join Jane and Jon at the midnight hour. We had 5 diverse callers who wanted to inquire about religious complexity and the presence of different religious sects in America and abroad. We had one caller from the 518 who asked about different Christian sects in America. We had a Mexican American who spoke of the trials of dating a Muslim woman. And we had the usual, late night nefarious prank caller.