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Have you ever seen a photo that evokes emotion or excitement or anticipation or nostalgia that leaves an impression long after you have seen the image? I am sure you have and that probably plays a part in your passion for photography? It is an interesting phenomenon that deserves some closer scrutiny. I have had […]

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Are you so passionate about photography that you want the world to see it? Or are so in love with your camera that you feel lonely without it around your neck? If that is the case, you need a way to express the extent of your obsession wherever you are, even if the camera and leses are […]

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It seems like everyone is looking for a way to improve their workflow and tools to get things done faster. This is very smart, since you should not be wasting time doing things that can be automated with a tool that already exists! We wrote about one such tool example earlier called BlogStomp. If you have not […]

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Even though KIKI Outreach has been quite silent in the past few months, this does not mean that nothing has been happening. Inarie from Inarie Photography has been volunteering and investing time in the lives of young kids by using photography as a means to connect, relate and share. Below we are sharing some images […]

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It is time again to give away something to our awesome KIKI readers! We have been working hard behind the scenes to bring improvements to KIKI. Most of what we have been working on has not been revealed, but rest assured, you will like what lies ahead :) As part of this idea of always […]

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You may have realized that KIKI TV has not been running as per normal (two times a week) like a few weeks ago. We are also sad about this. The reason is that Christine and myself have been traveling Europe to work and meet other photographers and wedding service providers (and have a bit of […]

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Claire Morgan is a South African wedding photographer, now based in Austria. She often travels all over Europe to shoot weddings. After shooting a wedding with Claire in Mallorca, Spain, Christine had the opportunity to interview Claire and find out a bit more about what it takes to shoot international destination weddings. You can find […]

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We are very excited to announce the official launch of KIKI TV!

KIKI TV is a live broadcast where you can tune in and interact with other KIKI photographers and the guests on the show.

We will be broadcasting twice weekly – Every Tuesday and Thursday at 18:00 (GMT +2:00) You can check your timezone here to make sure that you do not miss the show.

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Our first newsletter has just been sent out! As a celebration, we are giving away a very cool book – Fast Track Photographer: The Definitive New Approach to Successful Wedding Photography by Dane Sanders Below you can read more about the book: “If you’re looking for a technical book on how to take better photographs, […]

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We are happy to announce the next Meet Ups to take place! The first Meet Up in Johannesburg wil take place on the 12th of April. We are very excited as there has been so much intrest and support from Johannesburg! The Meet Up will be facilitated by Colette Hurter and Marc Dreyden-Schofield. We met […]

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We had the privilege of meeting Julie Lim in New York City in 2010 while traveling to the USA to attend WPPI for the first time. Both Christine and myself were blown away by the simplistic, creative style of Julie. We found it very fitting that her surname is the acronym for a philosophy very close to our hearts – Less Is More.

This year, we got to hang out with Julie again, this time in Santa Barbara with David Jay in the amazing Freedom House. (The view you see is just another day from the Freedom House lounge)

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Sometimes we only look at the social media world for opportunities to connect to our customers or potential customers. But you should not miss the benefit of being set apart from your competition.

Last week i wrote a post inspired by a diagram from a book called ‘UnMarketing: Stop Marketing. Start Engaging’ by Scott Stratten. In this post i want to look at the diagram from a different point of view.

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