Archive | February, 2011

Iaan and I spend the last four days in Las Veags, at the WPPI. WPPI is the wold’s biggest wedding and portrait conference and trade show in the world.

WPPI offers many opportunities for photographers to learn. The whole week was filled with classes and workshops as well as many parties where you can meet people and just hang out. The trade show is one of my favourites, it’s filled with 320 booths offering products, services & free workshops.

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Iaan and I were on the Showit Live show with David Jay and it was so much fun. We talked about business, photography, social media and answered some questions from the listeners. Check out the video here. I have to warn you it was a whole hour :)

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This morning I was invited by David Jay to be interviewed on the Showit live show. We had photographers post questions and DJ and I answer them :) If you missed it, here is the video below.

Their live show is on every morning at 8pm SA time and 10am LA, USA time. So if you want to join me and iaan tomorrow, we’d love to see you there!

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They saying goes that whatever happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. KIKI will make sure that this does not happen! If you are not sure what this WPPI thing is that everyone is talking or Tweeting about, we are here to get you up to speed. (to see all the twitter buzz taking place regarding […]

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Last year when iaan and I visited WPPI, I came across a company that solved a great deal of headaches for my company. One of the biggest problems I used to have, was the follow-up process with my clients, regarding their albums. The process I used to take with the album layout was the following: […]

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After hours and hours of work, we can finally say that KIKI is here! We’re so excited to invite you to become a part of this photography community and a playground for you to make friends, share what you know and learn more about all aspects of photography.

Many of you might ask, “where did the idea of KIKI come from?” Well, I’ve been in the wedding photography industry for a few years now and realised that it can be a very lonely industry. It’s very isolated and unless you make a great effort, it’s pretty much going to be you, your computer and camera every day.

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