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Should you niche? Dani Miller did and her studio thrived


October 2016 issue Profiles

About five years ago, Dani Miller was having serious doubts about the future of her studio. She’d been in business for a handful of years, experiencing moderate success by taking on just about any photo work that walked through the door. Weddings, portraits, commercial shoots—this Jane-of-all-trades would do it all.However, as she pondered her professional life, she wondered if she could keep it going. Was she too diversified in her work? Was her business model sustainable? When she... Continue Reading >

Thriving under the northern lights


September 2015 issue Profiles

Alli Peck’s heart-warming portraits from a land of snow and iceThe Great Plains of Canada are wildly beautiful, with open prairies and deep green forests stretching eastward for miles from the base of the Rocky Mountains. Though they extend mainly across the so-called “prairie provinces” of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, they begin humbly in the northeastern edge of British Columbia, where the jagged mountains end peaceably in a majestic backdrop. Winters are long and cold here,... Continue Reading >
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