Anytime you have any questions about how and what we do, feel free to ask! There are a few venues for you to do so. First of all, Formspring. Simply click here and you’ll be redirected to our Formspring page. You can easily and anonymously ask anything, so fire away. Another great place that should be active soon is our Forum. Here you can post questions as well, and it would be the better venue if the answer might be more than a single answer. Or you could always email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 404.310.4430. If you ever want to come over and discuss stuff, that’s great – you’re just required to bring a dessert. :)
Amazing folks, friends and services that have helped us along the way:
- Our dearest friends Pat & Maya. These are some of the most genuine and wonderful folks we’ve ever known. We would be nowhere without their friendship. Check out Maya’s amazing senior work here, www.SGHseniors.com. Pat is not only one of our best friends, but also our graphic designer. Besides being an award winning graphic designer, he’s also an incredible painter. Check out his Etsy store here: Quiet Boy Studios.
- We met Pat & Maya on the [b] school. The [b] school is a great place to connect with other photographers in and out of your area. It’s a safe place to ask questions, and a great place to learn.
- Our current galleries for client viewing is Photoshelter. We’ve only had them for a little while, but so far we love the simplicity and price. It also has a wicked good uploader directly from Aperture. If you choose to use Photoshelter, mention us and we’ll get a $10 credit.
- For all our online backups of images we use Smugmug Pro. Everything automatically gets put on two servers on either coast, making things even more safe. There are many features to this service, but we currently only use them for online backing up.
- Vimeo is the still the best video delivery system on the internet. Now that they encode in HTML5 as well, all our video can work on the iPhone and iPad.
- Dane Sander’s Fast Track Photographer. It’s a great book and the pDNA is worth it’s weight in gold. This book really got us focused and on the right track when we first got started.