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The Permanence of Pictures in Today’s Digital World

On Episode 70 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with photographer Al Pereira about what it takes to be a great photographer and the permanence of pictures in today’s digital world.

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A Day in The Life of a Freelance Photographer

On episode 69 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with photographer Al Pereira about what it’s like to be a freelance photographer and run a photography store.

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Freelance Photography & Entrepreneurship with Al Pereira

On episode 68 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with freelance photographer Al Pereira, about being an entrepreneur and running Advanced Photo, a photography store in North Reading, Massachusetts.

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Postbot: Easy WordPress Scheduling for Photos

If you’re a WordPress-using photo-blogger looking to save yourself some spadework, you might like this little tool developed by Automattic. Rather than manually scheduling posts for individual photos one at a time, Postbot lets you drag-and-drop your snaps to upload and schedule them automatically – you can edit the details for each image as they’re uploading to save time, and a post is created for each one accordingly. Postbot then schedules them to publish at pre-set intervals over a number of days. You can also stipulate that it doesn’t post on weekends too. Schedule With Postbot To set yourself up, hit the Connect with WordPress.com button and, if you’re logged in to your WordPress.com account…

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Flickr Shows it Could Still Be the Best Photo-Sharing Platform

While I was studying photography in college, Flickr was the best place to store, organize and share photos. Almost everyone with a DSLR used it, poring over photosets and meticulously crafted albums. As smartphones grew in popularity, casual and professional photographers alike adopted mobile-centric apps such as Instagram. Flickr was slow to recognize this trend, however, and its relevancy slowly faded as the volume of photos captured, edited and shared from mobile devices grew. I’ve always wanted a superlative service that offers the best of both. A place where I can store and share all of my favorite photos, regardless of whether I’ve shot them on a smartphone, compact system camera or full-frame DSLR. Instagram’s success stems from its simplicity, but the …

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Flickr Shows it Could Still Be the Best Photo-Sharing Platform

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