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Lounging Pups

I was at a friend’s house when I caught three of their dogs lounging in the afternoon.

Blood Donor

George Schneider donates his 100th pint of blood at the Rawlins Jeffrey Center Aug. 15, 2012. Schneider has been a blood donor since 1974.

Blood Donor

George Schneider donates his 100th pint of blood at the Rawlins Jeffrey Center Aug. 15, 2012. Schneider has been a blood donor since 1974.

Step 1: Marketing

Well…I supposed I already did Step 1 by identifying my skill set and defining myself as a commercial documentary photographer — a photographer that shoots commercial assignments from a documentary approach. My newly-defined… Continue reading

Starting again

I’ve done a lot of soul searching in my latest experiences, but you wouldn’t know about my previous experiences because this is a new blog for me. My old blog was an amateur… Continue reading

Moving on

As my life and career move on I am creating a new blog. One that is more professional and has more images. Visit: A Photographer’s Journey nicholeballardphotog.wordpress.com

HA! I’m not out of it yet!

I guess I overreacted because I got the call (email actually) and I’m a finalist for the Wyoming job. I have another interview with the publisher next week. Let’s hope they see my… Continue reading

The latest interview debacle

I had my third interview from a Wyoming newspaper Monday. I botched it. Usually I am a quite articulate person. I am able to express complex concepts and ideas simply, translate technical jargon… Continue reading

I am officially a “Director of Photography”

Yay me! I have a title. What happened was I responded to a freelance ad on Craigslist.org. Usually I don’t bother, but it had been awhile and the job search was slowing to… Continue reading

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