Tokyo street-side lunch, and looks

Sometimes it doesn’t get much better than simple food, on a street-side table, in the late autumn sun.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Food And Drink, Tokyo

on mission (and joining forces)

The last few weeks of 2019 are relatively quiet for me — no travel planned, or huge speaking gigs — a fact for which I’m really grateful. I’m using the time to inject calm and quiet into my days (incidentally, check out my Instagram feed for daily journal prompts and food for thought that I’m sharing this month, under the hashtag #decemberlight), and also plan for what I want my 2020 year to look like. As I do so, I’m actu...
Tags: Photography, Texas, Instagram, Africa, Aclu, Malawi, Random Thoughts, Cheryl, Kenya Ethiopia, Chookooloonks, How To Make Light, Houston Coalition Against Hate

How To Keep It Real on Instagram

It’s something that would have sounded utterly outrageous only a few short years ago. And while there are arguments for why you shouldn’t build your business on rented land and how many people have gone about it the wrong way, it is possible to make a very comfortable living as an Instagram influencer. You partner with brands, you post pretty pictures, and you smile and filter your life all the way to the bank. But are attitudes shifting? Have careful curation and photo editing gone too far, and...
Tags: Instagram, Toronto, Blogging, The Net, John Chow, Michael Kwan, Joneses

The Art of the Personal Project: Michael Greenberg

The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own.  I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before.  In this thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of the project. Please note: This thread is not affiliated with any company; I’m just featuring projects that I find.  Please DO NOT send me your work.  I do n...
Tags: Photography, Everest, Michael Greenberg, Lola, Personal Project, Suzanne Sease, The Martin Agency, Kaplan Thaler Capital One Best, Sherpa, Khumbu, Rob Hall, Edmund Hillary, Ang Dorje, Everest Into Thin Air, Boise Idaho Lakpa Dorjee, Kanchha Sherpa

Wren Bookbub, audiobooks and too much gore – Writing Update 2019 Week 47, 48, 49

On Thurs Nov 28 (Thanksgiving) I had the Bookbub for book one of the Chris Wren thriller series – Saint Justice. It was free in all markets, exclusive to KU. I never thought I’d get the BB without going wide, and was in fact planning on a wide run early in 2020, but applied while exclusive anyway on a whim. Well, they took it and ran it and now we have results – 24,000 free given away on the 28th, another 4,000 on the 29th, another 1,000 on the 30th. It held #1 position in Amazon free stores in ...
Tags: Amazon, Photography, UK, Writing, Chris Wren, Weekly Writing Update, Wren Bookbub

Brand opportunities within a more regulated social media world

What to make of 2019? A turbulent period in politics globally and the year when climate change was thrust into the spotlight. It has also been a significant turning point in social media’s life cycle. Not quite the year that social grew up, but perhaps when the wild west became a little less wild. This has been a long time coming and the catalysts are countless. Growing concerns about data privacy and platforms’ inaction (or worse) in relation to it; increasing awareness of bad influencer behavi...
Tags: Facebook, UK, Instagram, Elizabeth Warren, Social Media, Seo, Vodafone, Thought Leadership, Digital Marketing, Strider, Mobbie Nazir, Think Forward 2020

How to Get Better at Photography

Improving your photography is easier than you might think. If you want to learn how to improve as a photographer than watch this video. My hope is to spark some motivation into your mind so you can start the journey of improving your photography. This video will help you get better at photography, that’s a promise. Subscribe Transcription was done by’s automated transcription service which means it’s an AI-generated transcript. The transcript may contain spelling, grammar , and ...
Tags: Photography, Photographers, Nikon, Dslr, Scott Wyden Kivowitz

Creative ways to announce your engagement this festive season

According to leading jewellery retailer Angelic Diamonds , the festive period is the most popular time of year to get engaged. If you’re planning on popping the question this Christmas, or you have an idea that your partner could be asking you, then look no further. This article will give you all the creative inspiration you need on how to announce the news to friends and family. Here’s five creative ways to announce your engagement this festive season:  1. Cute candy canes  Personalis...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Instagram, Men's Style, Women's Style

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