This semester, I’m in a class titled “Business Practices for Photojournalists.” It’s a very practical, nuts-and-bolts approach to running a freelance business. We deal with contracts, pricing, negotiating, market analyses, and so on. A big part of the class has to do with marketing strategy, and as such, I’ve consolidated all my websites under a single URL.
I’ll leave this site up for a while, but will no longer be updating it.
You can find my new photoblog at gregkendallball.com. My portfolio site is now powered by Photoshelter.
You can also follow me on my Facebook page, on Twitter, or on Tumblr.
Catch you on the flip side…
Winter Storm Rocky brought nearly 10 inches of snow to mid-Missouri on Tuesday, piling up on the foot that was dropped by Winter Storm Q just last week. I loved being out in the still, quiet peacefulness of the snow. Most motorists took MoDOT’s advice and stayed off the roads, which meant I had lots of wide open spaces mostly to myself…well, me and the snow geese.
(Regarding the title of this post: none of these photos have been converted to black and white…they are all technically color photos).
Made a road trip to Lexington, Ky. to watch the Missouri Tigers take on the Kentucky Wildcats at Rupp Arena. A close game ended in a tough OT loss for the Tigers.
My little Mazda 3 hatchback. It got me safely through Abilene’s insane 2011 ice storm, through dozens of West Texas wildfires, and today, got me all around a snowbound Columbia without missing a beat. Love this little car.