Jolene (2008) watch online
Sinners and Saints (2010) online
Into the Abyss (2011) online

One of the stranger books (for me) I've read lately is Emergency Care and Transportation of the Sick and Injured.  It was very interesting and I definitely learned a few things.  One of things that I was surprised to learn is that I have been wearing my seatbelt wrong and it could inflict unnecessary injuries in a collision.  I thought I would pass it along in case others are doing the same thing.

Everyone you meet in life has the potential to teach you something.  Maybe it’s a true knowledge transfer, or maybe it’s a perspective shift.  Today I was asked to review a blog.  When I read the blog it was really good, but at the end there wasn’t a call to action.  I responded with that critique and the revision that came back included a call to action for all staff at the company.  When I read it I understood the desire for inclusion, but I had loved what she had to say.  When I was told to call anyone I was let down.  I wanted her to continue the conversation with me.  I wanted to feel special.

Instead I was told to just call anyone.  I was devastated (metaphorically).  Then I realized I do the same thing all the time.  I want to include everyone and instead I end up insulting the very people I want to help.  Can you think of a situation you have been doing the opposite of what you should be doing because you wanted to be inclusive?   I also wonder if it’s more of a female trait than a male trait?  I am thinking it’s predominantly female, but what do you think?

 

 

If you haven't tuned into CreativeLive I highly recommend them.  Ramit Sethi has been on this week and he is awesome.

It is such a great forum and you really get a lot of knowledge as well as you get to actually know the person.  There is a lot of interaction online, you can ask questions and win prizes.  I won a BlackRapid Camera Strap - I would never have bought one and I LOVE it!

Here's a sampling of courses I've taken with them the past few years:

Photoshop to HTML with Erik Fadiman

Fundamentals of Digital Photography with John Greengo

HDDSLR Cinema with Vincent Laforet

Aperture 3 with Scott Bourne

Studio Lighitng with Zack Arias

Vision-Driven Photography with David duChemin

Creating PDFs and Ebooks using CS5 with Jason Hoppe

Photoshop CS5:  Zero to 60 with Jason Hoppe

Watercolor 101 with Molly Murrah

Wedding Photography Course with Jasmine Star

Getting the Most Out of Google Apps for Business with O'Reilly Media

Processing Ardunio in Tandem: Creating Your Own Digital Art Tools

Web Design Boot Camp with Erik Fadiman

InDesign CS5 with Jason Hoppe

WordPress for Web Designers with Erik Fadiman

Photo Gifts with Jason Hoppe

Experimental Portraiture with Jeremy Cowart

Website Makeover with Erik Fadiman

Introduction to Final Cut for DSLR Video

HDDSLR:  Moving From Still to Video with Vincent Laforet

Posing and Lighting with Bambi Cantrell

Building Your Wedding Photography Business with Jasmine Star

Foundations of a Working Photographer with Zack Arias

Beyond Photography - Artistic Post Production with Doug Landreth

Photoshop Elements 9 for Photographers with Lesa Snider

The Power of iPhoto '11 with Lesa Snider

Photographing Fireworks with John Cornicello

HDDSLR Filmmaking with Gale Tattersall

Lighten Up and Shoot with Mikey & Andy

Taking Care of Business with Tamara Lackey

Photoshop CS5 Intensive with Lesa Snider

Dramatic Post-Production with David Nightingale Photography

Exploring the Light with Rick Sammon Photography

Beauty + Fashion Photography with Matthew Jordan Smith

Decorating Holiday Cupcakes and Cookies

WordPress for Photographers with Justin Seeley

Design for the Social Web with Justin Seeley

iPhoneography Workshop with Jack Hollingsworth

Setting Up a Home Studio with John Cornicello

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Intensive with Lesa Snider

Adobe Camera RAW with Lesa Snider

Social Media Marketing with Lindsay Adler

Marketing for Photographers with Skip Cohen

Money + Business:  Essentials for Creative Entrepreneurs with Ramit Sethi

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