How to manage ch-ch-changes in video projects?

How to manage ch-ch-changes in video projects?

If you’ve ever managed a video project you’ve had to deal with change requests – either as the one asking for them, or the one having to respond to them. In both cases the process can range from being helpful and productive, to extremely frustrating...
The Value of Style Guides for Corporate Headshots

The Value of Style Guides for Corporate Headshots

First written in 1918 by William Strunk Jr., The Elements of Style, later revised and updated in 1959 with E.B. White has consistently been referred to as one of the top 100 most influential books in English. Through its common sense advice and pursuit of clarity and...
Changing course and starting fresh? Be bold!

Changing course and starting fresh? Be bold!

(*UPDATE – we did a radio show all about career changing – you can listen to it here on CBC Radio Noon: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-102-radio-noon-montreal/clip/15753239-your-experience-changing-careers) Sometimes you need to hit the reset...
The Hidden Perils of a Shot List

The Hidden Perils of a Shot List

When contracting a photographer or videographer to cover an event clients usually provide a shotlist (a list of key images the photographer or videographer needs to deliver after the event). While this practice helps organizers feel they have covered the bases and...
Running a fundraiser? Ask for a donation-in-kind.

Running a fundraiser? Ask for a donation-in-kind.

Fall is a busy time for fundraisers, though the needs of most organizations are ongoing throughout the year. As a supplier of photo and video coverage for events and conferences we are often hired by organizations to cover their balls, gala events, art auctions, golf...