I’ve never purchased a Kindle. I’ve had Nooks, iPads, and two generations of Kobos, but a Kindle? Never! Continue reading “Converting Those DRM-Protected Kindle Books that You Paid For”
You can do it…although the steps may not be that easy.
Quite often these days, clients will ask a ghostwriter to include photographs or drawings to accompany the text being written. More likely than not, these graphics are supplied by the client. Can you guess what shape they will be in? Continue reading “Review of PhotoZoom Pro 4: Enhance the Photographs They Give You”
A local businessperson contacted me recently. He’d heard about me from work I’d done on a local board of trade a few years before. He was asked to deliver a 20-minute speech by a trade organization he was a member of. They wanted him to provide his take on new developments in his industry.
He was clearly terrified. Continue reading “New Client? Make Sure They Know What They’re Getting Into”
Sometimes the writing of a piece for a client can involve a need for photography, particularly a portrait of the client. It gives the article a human face. If you are also a photographer, it’s a good idea to arrange a shooting session. You needn’t have a studio; in most cases, the client’s office more than suffices. If you don’t know how to take pictures, adult education classes are cheap, fast, and effective ways to learn. We can get into the details of photography techniques in a later posting, for it is a vast topic. This posting describes one approach I took when something went wrong. Horribly wrong. Continue reading “Photograph Publication Snafu”