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On the other side of empathy is trust

If empathy is on one side of the coin trust is on the other. 

In my last post I talked about the importance of having empathy as a photographer and also mentioned that I was getting my own portrait updated. So if the photographer needs empathy what does

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Good-bye old friend.

It was sometime around 2008 or 2009 I think, when I bought this used Epson 7600 printer from a photographer friend.  Since then every print that is 24 inches or smaller on the short side has been printed on this printer.

Long-time clients soon

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There are no accidents

John Mitchell Photography

There are no accidents. There may be mistakes, but there are no accidents.

I’m reading a book right now by Steven Pressfield – “NOBODY WANTS TO READ YOUR SH*T AND OTHER TOUGH-LOVE TRUTHS TO MAKE YOU A BETTER WRITER”.  The title would suggest that I’m wasting my time writing this because

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July 23 must be a special day

Happy Birthday Mom.  Mom would have been 94 today.  

Today is also the birthday of my youngest nephew. 

Then there is a girl named Tara from Sarnia Ontario that is celebrating her quarter century today. Turning 25 is a big deal for Tara.

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Bonnie Deekon 1941 – 2018

Bonnie Deekon 1941-2018

Cambridge has lost a great leader and advocate for animal well being.

It was with a great deal of sadness that I learned last night of the passing of Bonnie Deekon, executive director for the Cambridge and District Humane Society for the past 21 years.

I captured this candid image of Bonnie at this

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Golfers like you golf courses like this.

Golf is a game of man versus himself where he is handicapped by his own physical and mental limitations.

Of course the golf course can impact both the challenge and the handicap.

Savannah

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Cambridge Celebration of the Arts

Saturday June 16th I took a walk up Dickson Street in Galt Cambridge. The road was closed to traffic. Instead of cars there were vendors. It was the Cambridge Celebration of the Arts.

Dickson Street closed for the Cambridge Celebration of the Arts.

It

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Great People & Important People – Jay Stock

It only happened once, in 1989, the Professional Photographers of Ontario in co-operation with Sheridan College joining forces and offering professional development for professional photographers.  In hind sight I’m glad I took full advantage of

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Where Will Your Portrait Appear?

The contact and planning

Jennifer called me mid 2017 because their portraits needed updating. Jennifer is an “associate wealth advisor” with Denholm Wealth Management Group.

I created portraits for Ken Denholm and his

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Will old be new again?

Will everything old be one day new again? I have my doubts.

An article on the 2018 trends in photography I found on the Adorama Learning Center suggests 2018 will see the return of Kodachrome film. Click here for a link to the article.

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