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White + warm wood + leather Shared #workspacegoals + regram from Linda + Bart @linenhoningh in The Netherlands ✨✨

White + warm wood + leather Shared #workspacegoals + regram from Linda + Bart @linenhoningh in The Netherlands ✨✨

Invoice template Photography invoice Business by StudioStrawberry

Invoice template, Photography invoice, Business invoice, Receipt template for Photographers, Photography forms, Photoshop template, PSD file

Photography Forms Client Booking Form For by StudioStrawberry

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how to display documentary photography in home

15+ Ways To Display Documentary Photos Your Clients Will Obsess Over

Such a cool idea to DIY a corkboard wall for your office space. Staying organised never looked so darn good. / Petra Bindel

Such a cool idea to DIY a corkboard wall for your office space. Staying organised never looked so darn good. / Petra Bindel

Jess Levin Conroy On Carats & Cake and the Wedding Industry:  Carats & Cake might look like another blog featuring all the details on ~real~ (albeit beautiful) weddings to serve as inspiration for engaged couples (or late night fairytale porn). But behind the scenes, the company provides tools to all those small businesses (wedding planners, florists, venues, photographers, caterers, etc.) who are actually taking in significant portions of that $100,000-plus pie as revenue. | coveteur.com

Uncovering the Secret Money-Makers of the Wedding Industry

Jess Levin Conroy On Carats & Cake and the Wedding Industry: Carats & Cake might look like another blog featuring all the details on ~real~ (albeit beautiful) weddings to serve as inspiration for engaged couples (or late night fairytale porn). But behind the scenes, the company provides tools to all those small businesses (wedding planners, florists, venues, photographers, caterers, etc.) who are actually taking in significant portions of that $100,000-plus pie as revenue. | coveteur.com

Camera equipment storage and organization - old shelf converted into easy lens and camera equipment storage by making compartmentalized spaces for each piece of gear.

Camera equipment storage and organization - old shelf converted into easy lens and camera equipment storage by making compartmentalized spaces for each piece of gear.

This stunning garden office with bike shed was built for a freelance photographer, who required office space plus ample storage for all his kit.

This stunning garden office with bike shed was built for a freelance photographer, who required office space plus ample storage for all his kit.

UK-based photographer Marco Marques owns an impressive collection of around 50 vintage cameras. After his collection outgrew two glass display cabinets, Ma

This Photographer's Office Features His Collection of Vintage Cameras

UK-based photographer Marco Marques owns an impressive collection of around 50 vintage cameras. After his collection outgrew two glass display cabinets, Ma

Stacked, eclectic wall art helps create a bohemian vibe | The Everygirl NYC Fizz 56 Apartment Shoot by Michelle Lange Photographer

Boho Style Decorating: How to Get the Look

Stacked, eclectic wall art helps create a bohemian vibe | The Everygirl NYC Fizz 56 Apartment Shoot by Michelle Lange Photographer

Here’s a 3-minute segment that recently aired on CBS This Morning about the soldier photographers who risked their lives on the front line to document the combat in photos and videos.  The enlisted solders were part of the Department of the Army’s Special Photographic Office (DASPO) — authorized by President JFK in 1962 — which sent members to the war with cameras to provide the world with an up close and personal look at the conflict.

The Soldiers Who Photographed the Vietnam War

Here’s a 3-minute segment that recently aired on CBS This Morning about the soldier photographers who risked their lives on the front line to document the combat in photos and videos. The enlisted solders were part of the Department of the Army’s Special Photographic Office (DASPO) — authorized by President JFK in 1962 — which sent members to the war with cameras to provide the world with an up close and personal look at the conflict.