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"event photographers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:25 min | 4 months ago

"event photographers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Friends. And it was almost like we called each other's bluff like she said that to me and then I called her, you know a little while later said, what do you think about the movie the which is twist and she said, I love it, I'll do it. You know. So it was it was one thing after the next and then it was me saying and what do you think about you wearing a curly Susan Serandon wig she said I'll do it. I'll do whatever the show you know and it was basically like that of course when the ship was hitting the fan and the show was falling apart as all of my shows do. Your show that show literally fell apart though didn't it like part of the scenery fell down. That was a nightmare we'll be talking about that. As part of the screening. Part of the screening part of my IRA. Agreeing to to put these shows online is that that want to turn them into their own event because I don't think screening videos of live. is satisfying I mean you know unless you've got a bazillion dollars even a you know it the best parts of truth or dare for example, are the behind the scenes parts, right. So know I'm really focusing on trying to create new content and one of the reasons I wanted to start with the witches of East Bay was because of you know I loved how Coco was basically trusting me and then there was that point I don't think she she trusted me anymore Talked about this before Coco is the time when she performs, you know she's up there. It's a cabaret style show she talks to the audience she she does her songs, but it's all you know it's rehearsed. There's very little improvisation involved in all and you put her in one of your productions where he just you know it's like helter skelter land, right? I mean, it's it's a free for all I. Mean it's not the way theater should ever be done. It is a total. You know it's a, it's a total. Chaotic race to the finish line and we never really get there. You know like the girls fly into town on a Wednesday and no matter how much prepping my crew has done if you don't have the talent but for three days before a major event, you know there will be mistakes you know things will not work out and I mean that show in particular like. The morning at the show I had to fire someone very dramatic way. Well, you'll find out. At the screaming, I want save some of it for the screaming you know. Yeah there was a big drama that happened that morning and you know a crew member or it was. It was a big big part of the show of actually the finale that we were counting on that this particular crew member, it was their responsibility and they still weren't able to deliver you know we. Got There for tack and things weren't working and I fired the person and sent them away and had to come up with a plan B., and you know the cast for all staring at me like she's losing her mind and you know and so you get all that information. Because if you were in the audience that night, you didn't know what was supposed to happen you know. But it'll make sense when you see the show and so. These bay is going to be on Thursday October first kicks off Halloween season at six, pm. Pacific. Time Nine PM Eastern time at Peaches Christ dot live. Right, I have it on video and I've seen it and I really enjoy Owen Yeah. I have my ways. Oh that's right you. Have to say it's These I'm so glad you're making these available to the public because there really are a testament to this fantastic community. You have your, of course, incredible creativity and humor and wisdom and play writing skills. Eight. It's just a really delight that you manage to document these shows, and now you're going to be to shell them and and you know talk about him well. I knew that we were documenting them for a time like this Mike Odd Thank God. You did I guess yeah. No I mean yes absolutely. I mean, you know it's sad to me is the reason they're so well documented from the past ten years is because the first you know ten fifteen years of stuff in San Francisco was not well documented. I think back on all those, you know shows I did with Heck Lena you know at the stud or early midnight mass shows and like some of them, we don't even have pictures for or none that I'm aware of you know they just live in our minds. So that's. Why we started doing this podcast was we weren't just like we were like right in the same boat as you were doing very similar shows here in Chicago and I was just like I put so much energy time and money into these shows and at the end, it's just a happy memory. Photographer to shoot some of the shows and it was about one hundred dollars and stuff back then. To shoot a show on people like why are you spending a hundred dollars to shoot the show I'm like so that you know in ten years, there's photos and then sometimes you get these photos to. Photographers and they were absolutely crap and you're like you spend one hundred dollars. Out of focus, finding good event photographers is harder people saying you know for sure you know some of the best photos of me and my early days and drag were Jason Smith took him and thank God. You know he was there for all those things and and you know Jason. Smith yes. The from Jason. It'd be the most common name I've ever heard. Jason. Common Well Jason. Jason. Jason award-winning He actually owns Jason Smith DOT COM so. That's that's actually quite impressive. Who was an early adapter? Yeah. He he actually Jason and I converted one of the first gay newspapers into digital at a time where everything was cut in pay definitely ahead of the game I mean. For All all those people like myself who are like Internet will never amount to shit. Idyllwild like you like you believe all the guests. You are some of the most generous and dedicated and insightful fun to have on the show. And I would say that you certainly valued the Internet way before you guys probably saw. Like if it wasn't going like if you were totally off the record and it wasn't. something. That could get you in trouble I know deep down inside what you would say is that I'm your favorite guest of all time. I would say actually I'll put it this way. Buddy's writing a really nice article about us, but we can't talk about it. May Lead to some really amazing things and they asked me to put together a list of ten podcasts. Of all time Done and I was like peaches has to be on that list and it was really really really hard to pick one show and I was just like, let's. Do the one where we talk about how how drag queens can try not to smell. You love that one would do love that one. It was so fun Keno. And it was in my mind. It was like when we recorded, I had just been around a drag queen. You just reeked for breeze and so it was it was really bothering me. On top. And you're just like but I think a lot of people don't had to be like it's Chanel number they don't get that drag is very complicated. That is involving 'cause you're kind of like the glamorous Las Vegas Showgirl version of a Disney theme Park Matt Scott Oh yeah and expect you to be superhuman. It's like how do you wear all that shit you know including keeping you know the heat from your head like is unable to escape and you know not expect us to sweat or stink or you know it's impossible to know. Themselves are. Hard to clean properly. Or you while you could just install little like fan inside the big..

Jason Smith Susan Serandon Chanel Coco Las Vegas Showgirl East Bay Idyllwild Heck Lena Mike Odd Owen San Francisco Chicago Matt Scott Buddy
"event photographers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:25 min | 4 months ago

"event photographers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Friends. And it was almost like we called each other's bluff like she said that to me and then I called her, you know a little while later said, what do you think about the movie the which is twist and she said I love it I'll do it. You know. So it was it was one thing after the next and then it was me saying and what do you think about you wearing a curly Susan Serandon wig she said I'll do it. I'll do whatever the show you know and it was basically like that of course when the ship was hitting the fan and the show was falling apart as all of my shows do. Your show that show literally fell apart though didn't it like part of the scenery fell down. That was a nightmare we'll be talking about that. As part of the screening. Part of the screening part of my IRA agreeing to put these shows online is that that want to turn them into their own event because I don't think screening videos of live events is satisfying I mean you know unless you've got a bazillion dollars even a you know it the best parts of truth or dare for example, are the behind the scenes parts, right. So know I'm really focusing on trying to create new content and one of the reasons I wanted to start with the witches of East Bay was because of you know I loved how Coco was basically trusting me and then there was that point. I don't think she. She trusted me anymore. You talked about this before Coco is the time when she performs. She's up there. It's a cabaret style show she talks to the audience she she does her songs, but it's all you know it's rehearsed. There's very little improvisation involved in all and you put her in one of your productions where he just you know it's like helter skelter land, right? I mean, it's it's a free for all I mean it's not the way theater should ever be done. It is a total. You know it's a, it's a total. Chaotic race to the finish line and we never really get there. You know like the girls fly into town on a Wednesday and no matter how much prepping my crew has done if you don't have the talent but for three days before a major event, you know there will be mistakes you know things will not work out and I mean that show in particular like. The morning at the show. I had to fire someone very dramatic way. Well, you'll find out. At the screaming, I want save some of it for the screaming you know. But yeah, there was a big drama that happened that morning and you know a crew member or it was. It was a big big part of the show of actually the finale that we were counting on that this particular crew member, it was their responsibility and they still weren't able to deliver you know we. Got There for tack and things still weren't working and. I fired the person and sent them away and had to come up with a plan B. and you know the cast for all staring at me like she's losing her mind and you know and so you get all that information. Because, like if you were in the audience that night, you didn't know what was supposed to happen you know. But it'll make sense when you see the show and so then witches of East Bay is going to be on Thursday October first kicks off Halloween season at six PM Pacific Time Nine PM Eastern time at peaches price dot live. Right I have it on video and I've seen it and I really enjoy Owen Yeah? I have my ways oh that's right you. Have to say it's. These I'm so glad you're making these available to the public because there really are a testament to this fantastic community. You have your, of course, incredible creativity and humor and wisdom and play writing skills. Eight. It's just a really delight that you manage to document these shows, and now you're going to be to shell them and and you know talk about him well. I knew that we were documenting them for a time like this Mike Odd Thank God you did I guess yeah. No I mean, yes. Absolutely I mean you know it's sad to me is the reason they're so well documented from the past ten years is because the first you know ten fifteen years of stuff in San Francisco was not well documented. I think back on all those you know shows I did with Heck. Lena, you know at the stud or early midnight mass shows and like some of them, we don't even have pictures for or none that I'm aware of you know they just live in our minds. So that's Why we started doing this podcast was we weren't just like we were like right in the same boat as you were doing very similar shows here in Chicago and I was just like I put so much energy time and money into these shows and at the end, it's just a happy memory. Photographer to shoot some of the shows and it was about one hundred dollars and stuff back then. To shoot a show on people like why are you spending a hundred dollars to shoot the show I'm like so that you know in ten years, there's photos and then sometimes you get these photos to. Photographers and they were absolutely crap and you're like, you spend one hundred dollars. Out of Focus finding good event photographers is harder people saying you know for sure you know some of the best photos of me and my early days and drag were Jason Smith took him and thank God. You know he was there for all those things and and you know. Jason Smith. Yes. The from Jason. It'd be the most common name I've ever heard. Jason. Common Well Jason Jason. award-winning. He actually owns Jason Smith DOT COM so. That's that's actually quite impressive. Who was an early adapter? Yeah. He he actually Jason and I converted one of the first gay newspapers into digital at a time where everything was cut in pay definitely ahead of the game I mean. For All all those people like myself who are like Internet will never amount to shit. Idyllwild like you like you believe all the guests. You are some of the most generous and dedicated and insightful and fun to have on the show. And I would say that you certainly valued the Internet way before you guys probably saw. Like. If it wasn't going like if you were totally off the record and it wasn't. Something that could get you in trouble I know deep down inside what you would say is that I'm your favorite guest of all time I would say actually I'll put it this way. Buddy's writing a really nice article about us, but we can't talk about it. May Lead to some really amazing things and they asked me to put together a list of ten podcasts. Of. All Time Done and I was like peaches has to be on that list and it was really really really hard to pick one show and I was just like, let's. Do the one where we talk about how how drag queens can try not to smell. Love that one would do love that one it was so fun Keno. And it was in my mind. It was like when we recorded I had just been around a drag queen. You just reeked for breeze and so it was it was really bothering me. On top. And you're just like but I think a lot of people don't had to be like it's Chanel number they don't get that drag is very complicated. That is involving 'cause you're kind of like the glamorous Las Vegas Showgirl version of a Disney theme Park Matt Scott Oh. Yeah and expect you to be superhuman. It's like how do you wear all that shit you know including keeping you know the heat from your head like is unable to escape and you know not expect us to sweat or stink or you know it's impossible to know. Themselves are. Hard to clean. Properly. Or you while you could just install little like fan inside the big..

Jason Smith Jason East Bay Coco Jason Jason. Susan Serandon Chanel Las Vegas Showgirl San Francisco Idyllwild Mike Odd Owen Lena Chicago Matt Scott Buddy
"event photographers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:27 min | 4 months ago

"event photographers" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Friends and it was almost like we called each other's bluff like she said that to me and then I called her, you know a little while later said, what do you think about the movie the which is twist and she said I love it I'll do it. You know. So it was it was one thing after the next and then it was me saying and what do you think about you wearing a curly Susan Serandon wig she said I'll do it. I'll do whatever the show you know and it was basically like that of course, when the ship was hitting the fan and the show was falling apart as all of my shows do. Your show that show literally fell apart though didn't it like part of the scenery fell down. That was a nightmare we'll be talking about that. As part of the screening. Part of the screening part of my IRA agreeing to to put these shows online is that I want to turn them into their own event because I don't think screening videos of live events is satisfying i. mean you know unless you've got a bazillion dollars even a you know it the best parts of truth or dare for example, are the behind the scenes parts, right. So know I'm really focusing on trying to create new content and one of the reasons I wanted to start with the witches of East Bay was because of you know I loved how Coco was basically trusting me and then there was that point I don't think she. She trusted me anymore. You talked about this before Coco is the time when she performs you know she's up there. It's a cabaret style show she talks to the audience she she does her songs, but it's all you know it's rehearsed. There's very little improvisation involved in all and you put her in one of your productions where he just you know it's like helter skelter land, right? I mean it's it's a free for all I mean it's not the way theater should ever be done. It is a total. You know it's a it's a total. Chaotic race to the finish line and we never really get there. You know like the girls fly into town on a Wednesday and no matter how much prepping my crew has done if you don't have the talent but for three days before a major event, you know there will be mistakes you know things will not work out and I mean that show in particular like. The morning at the show I had to fire someone very dramatic way. Well, you'll find out. At the screaming I, want save some of it for the screaming you know. But yeah, there was a big drama that happened that morning and you know a crew member or it was. It was a big big part of the show of actually the finale that we were counting on that this particular crew member it was their responsibility and they still weren't able to deliver you know we. got. There for tack and things still weren't working and. I fired the person and sent them away and had to come up with a plan B., and you know the cast for all staring at me like she's losing her mind and you know and so you get all that information. Like. If you were in the audience that night, you didn't know what was supposed to happen you know. But it'll make sense when you see the show and so. These bay is going to be on Thursday. October first kicks off Halloween season at six PM Pacific Time Nine. PM. Eastern, time at peaches Christ dot live. Right. I have it on video and I've seen it and I really enjoy Owen Yeah. I have my ways oh that's right you. Have to say it's. These I'm so glad you're making these available to the public because there really are a testament to this fantastic community. You have your, of course, incredible creativity and humor and wisdom and play writing skills. Eight It's just a really delight that you manage to document these shows and now you're going to be to shell them and and you know talk about him well. I knew that we were documenting them for a time like this Mike Odd Thank God you did I guess yeah. No, I mean yes absolutely I mean you know it's sad to me is the reason they're so well documented from the past ten years is because the first you know ten fifteen years of stuff in San Francisco was not well documented. So I think back on all those, you know shows I did with Heck Lena, you know at the stud or early midnight mass shows and like some of them, we don't even have pictures for or none that I'm aware of you know they just live in our minds. So that's Why we started doing this podcast was we weren't just like we were like right in the same boat as you were doing very similar shows here in Chicago and I was just like I put so much energy time and money into these shows and at the end, it's just a happy memory. Photographer to shoot some of the shows and it was about one hundred dollars and stuff back then. To shoot a show on people like why are you spending a hundred dollars to shoot the show? I'm like so that you know in ten years, there's photos and then sometimes you get these photos to. Photographers and they were absolutely crap and you're like you spend one hundred dollars. Out of Focus finding good event photographers is harder people saying you know for sure you know some of the best photos of me and my early days and drag were Jason Smith took him and thank God. You know he was there for all those things and and you know. Jason Smith. Yes. The from Jason. It'd be the most common. Hurt. Jason. Common Well Jason Jason. award-winning. He actually owns Jason Smith DOT COM so. That's that's actually quite impressive. Who was an early adapter? Yeah. He he actually Jason and I converted one of the first gay newspapers into digital at a time where everything was cut in pay definitely ahead of the game I mean. For All all those people like myself who are like Internet will never amount to shit. Idyllwild like you like you believe all the guests. You are some of the most generous and dedicated and insightful and fun to have on the show. And I would say that you certainly valued the Internet way before you guys probably saw. Like if it wasn't going like if you were totally off the record and it wasn't. Something that could get you in trouble I know deep down inside. What you would say is that I'm your favorite guest of all time I would say actually I'll put it this way. Up Buddy's writing a really nice article about us, but we can't talk about it. May. Lead to some really amazing things and they asked me to put together a list of ten podcasts. Of all time Done and I was like peaches has to be on that list and it was really really really hard to pick one show and I was just like, let's. Do the one where we talk about how how drag queens can try not to smell. You.

Jason Smith Jason Coco Jason Jason. Susan Serandon East Bay San Francisco Idyllwild Heck Lena Mike Odd Owen Chicago
"event photographers" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:44 min | 10 months ago

"event photographers" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The power of god's word in a time where government mandated restrictions are widespread there is also a Republican party the Democratic Party the mayor the governor and the people in the heart of god is supreme it was a big many Texas churches opted to keep their doors closed and nationwide most Americans celebrating from home or elsewhere with with our traditional poems as health officials advised it wasn't a good idea I'm Clayton level across the country Americans are trying to adjust to the new normal at twelve till Stephan Kaufman details a couple of independent business people not alone in their concern about cash flow Bob blue bell lives in Ohio a self employed event photographer a profession that requires large groups of people to operate because of the corona virus pandemic all his March in April bookings have canceled and the future appears just as bleak another wedding season is about to begin and those events have been postponed and some being canceled his finances will remain in the black not much longer I'll run out of liquidity in about ten days the next is to look at savings that I have a possibly surroundings have of my four oh one K. to be looked at again this is a message for the federal government we need your information this is not the time the running a campaign for any candidate at a party it's time to focus strictly on the recovery of the country and the health of the population Justin Bates resides in Arizona with his wife and three daughters Bates a gym trainer had shut down his business most likely permanently he's determined that his children not feel the family stress we wish her to keep her head up and make sure we don't show the girls were down anything in anything's wrong faith says somehow his family will hang on hang on as long as we have to we're not going to stop fighting somehow financially yeah it's tough his final thoughts involve the government and some advice hopefully they have everyone's best interest involved in it's not money driven and so Americans minor business in chill out I'm Stephan Kaufman ten tell on this April Monday morning Robert workman has sports college basketball may it's Naismith players of the year be topping of Dayton the consensus all American forward led the flyers to a school record twenty nine wins and the number three ranking and Oregon guard Sabrina Ionescu the three time all American became the first player ever male or female the post two thousand points one thousand rebounds and one thousand assists in her college career the nation of hall of fame class for twenty twenty was announced Saturday and I mean wow NBA stars Kobe Bryant Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett along with ten time WNBA all star.

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"event photographers" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:54 min | 10 months ago

"event photographers" Discussed on KCBS All News

"About some young people getting seriously ill and very seriously ill in the icy use some we spoke with are finally beginning to take notice my friends were hospitals are kind of talking and I'm like please stand bad about it started changing your mind I was like one of the top spring break destinations Clearwater beach just announced it would close beaches but not until Monday young people here and elsewhere may not show symptoms but they can still carry and spread the virus or officials hope by changing their behavior they can be the key to stopping at CBS reporter Manuel Bojorquez almost overnight tens of thousands of parents have been thrust into the role of home school teacher now the classrooms across the state are closed KCBS Imad bank Bigler brings us a day in the life of a home school at his own home in the East Bay my name is Elijah Hammond for sport our six year old son Elijah school is closed for three weeks now he's being home schooled how do you feel about going to school with mom instead of going to your regular school I miss my friends at my regular school but it's fine because you don't have to go to school you don't have to walk all the way home he's he's only classmate is his three year old sister Rebecca who's preschool is also closed I like mommy K. our last Friday well it's pretty intense and I have a lot of respect for teachers and the work that they do every day with children my wife Jessica is still working part time from home as well as being a full time teacher she's following the advice of home school experts do project based learning and set up a schedule similar to regular school in our situation having a schedule seems to work well but I know that doesn't work for every family so whatever keeps you sane meanwhile parents of even younger children also have their hands full our neighbor Oscar your is are is an event photographer but all of his events have been canceled the first time I've tried it I interviewed him with my microphone on the end of a piece of PVC pipe as he was walking with his two young daughters you know we do have a shelter in place but these kids need to get out get some fresh air we're definitely keeping the six foot distance between everybody as you are holding your US six foot stick I highly appreciate it working from our home school in the East Bay Matt Bigler KCBS KCBS news time is three forty four coming up the one sport that is still active we'll get wind boost the gallon joins us sweet strawberry icing your in good will and just passed that vintage denim jacket you spot miniature doughnut hearings you leaning that's the center of shopping success because at goodwill every item you buy funds local job training and mall.

"event photographers" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"event photographers" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Eighty four souls but nobody will go to prison instead Ramsey says the corporation will pay the maximum legal fine three point five million dollars plus half a million a cover the county's legal bills Ramsey says more important is that admission of guilt it is our hope that it gives a sense of some closure and closure with justice to our community that has suffered so much from P. genies criminal negligence Doug sondern K. C. B. S. recently retired San Mateo police chief is set to take over as the interim chief in Oakland Susan Mannheimer will accept that position and is currently undergoing a thorough background check she will fill the spot while following the firing of and cook Patrick who was fired last month following an ongoing tension between her and the police commission Mannheimer retired at the end of the year last year after nearly two decades of being on the job the corona virus pandemic and the nation's crashing economy are scrambling to us scrambling in the themes of both political parties gone at least for now are the hopes of the presidential drop in Republican candidates to run on a spectacularly strong economy and Democrats must see if they can attack trump's competence at a time when many Americans are craving a return to normalcy consultants say trump's handling of the twin crisis will clearly dominate his years campaign both sides are waiting to see whether things will stand and whether things will fall as they are trying to figure out the best message besides working from home many bay area residents also teaching from home now the most goals are close for three weeks KCBS Imad Bigler talked his own family and neighbors about what it's like to be juggling schoolwork and homework that's the sound of our six year old Elijah doing outside time in the garden part of a home school schedule that my wife set up after our local elementary school close well I miss me teacher I at least going to my regular classroom because my my table there are preschool is shattered so our three year old Rebecca is also part of this home school experiment with arms show H. friends what I like mommy mommy my wife Jessica is now teaching at home while working from home besides setting up a schedule that includes academic time and quiet time she is doing project based learning her biggest challenge so far figuring out what to do with them all day but we're setting up but we're setting up a structure a schedule tried to engage the kids and something that interests them so now the one year old and a three year old our neighbor Oscar your is R. as in a similar boat he's an event photographer who is now taking care of the kids instead of their home nanny I see that the the light at the end of the tunnel I think it's gonna be a long road I think we should all definitely be prepared for something that's gonna take a bit longer than I think that everybody anticipates hunkering down in the East Bay Matt Bigler KCBS CBS news time is two forty four we come back with a gallon with those team logos in sports and one of the court's doing about trials.

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"event photographers" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"event photographers" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of thousands of parents have been thrust into the role of home school teachers now the classrooms across the state are closed KCBS Imad Bigler brings us a day in the life of home school that is old home in the East Bay my name's Elijah Hammond for sport our six year old son Elijah school is closed for three weeks now he's being home schooled how do you feel about going to school with mom instead of going to your regular school I miss my friends at my regular school but it's fine because you don't have to go to school you don't have to walk all the way home but he's he's only classmate is his three year old sister Rebecca who's preschool is also closed I like mommy K. our last Friday well it's pretty intense and I have a lot of respect for teachers and the work that they do every day with children my wife Jessica is still working part time from home as well as being a full time teacher she's following the advice of home school experts do project based learning and set up a schedule similar to regular school in our situation having a schedule seems to work well but I know that doesn't work for every family so whatever keeps you sane meanwhile parents of even younger children also have their hands full our neighbor Oscar your is are is an event photographer but all of his events have been canceled the first time I've tried it I interviewed him with my microphone on the end of a piece of PVC pipe as he was walking with his two young daughters you know we do have a shelter in place but these kids need to get out get some fresh air we're definitely keeping the six foot distance between everybody as you are holding your US six foot stick I highly appreciate it working from our home school in the East Bay Matt Bigler KCBS it seems the Olympics aren't immune to the corona virus a member of the international Olympic committee Dick pound tells USA today that the summer Olympics in Japan will be postponed until twenty twenty one jewels Wyckoff a former professional athlete and chair of the politics and government department at Pacific university tells KCBS that the decision shouldn't come as a surprise after the Canadian Olympic and para Olympic committees said they were sending their athletes to the Tokyo games this summer and so that was basically a de facto boycott a very bold move by Canada which was followed by the Australians who did basically the same thing and so those bold moves by athletes and sports administrators put the international at the Canadian a corner where postponement seemed obvious course the Olympics are just the latest large scale events to be canceled to help prevent the spread of the Nobel noble corona virus that has become a global pandemic case CBS news time ten forty four we got sports with Bruce McAllen coming right up the corona viruses here by urgent health order everyone in San Francisco must stay home to slow its spread only east central activities are allowed this is a legal order to protect those most at risk check S. F. G. O. V. dot org to learn more with extreme stock market volatility you need a safe haven for retirement assets national realty's class A. buildings fund contains only prime income producing real estate with targeting cash flow of eighteen to twenty one percent within our IEA your secured on large.

"event photographers" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:56 min | 10 months ago

"event photographers" Discussed on KCBS All News

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M. seven forty K. C. B. S. it is Monday March twenty third twenty twenty coming up on KCBS New York governor Andrew Cuomo is warning that things will get worse in the state before it gets better as one of the country's top venues for exposing conventions translates into a makeshift medical facility CBS news update the Jacob Javits center in midtown New York City is used to hosting auto shows and comic con it will now host one thousand beds made into a temporary Medical Center for what governor Andrew Cuomo says will be an onslaught of coronavirus cases soon there'll be some people who say oh this is too dark here we don't want this level of disruption it's not going to be that bad this is media hype they all wrong they are wrong correspondent Meg Oliver says also in new York's school back in session he was back to school for twelve year old William Snell from his Brooklyn kitchen how do you feel about this remote learning really who did about it like actually talking to her in person the snow family is fortunate they have the devices to stay connected about three hundred thousand New York City students don't have laptops CBS news update on that Piper the CBS news time now after nine thirty two KCBS news watch continues now besides working from home many bay area residents are also teaching from home now that most schools are closed for three weeks KCBS as Matt Bigler spoke with his own family and neighbors about what it's been like to be juggling schoolwork and homework that's the sound of our six year old Elijah doing outside time in the garden part of a home school schedule that my wife set up after our local elementary school closed well I need to make sure I at least going to my regular classroom because my my table there are preschool is shattered so our three year old Rebecca is also part of this home school experiment with arms show H. friends what I like mommy mommy my wife Jessica is now teaching at home while working from home besides setting up a schedule that includes academic time and quiet time she is doing project based learning her biggest challenge so far figuring out what to do with them all day but we're setting up but we're setting up a structure a schedule tried to engage the kids and something that interests them so now the one year old and a three year old our neighbor Oscar your is R. as in a similar boat he's an event photographer who is now taking care of the kids instead of their home nanny I see that the the light at the end of the tunnel I think it's gonna be a long road I think we should all definitely be prepared for something that's gonna take a bit longer than I think that everybody anticipates hunkering down in the East Bay Matt Bigler KCBS governor Gavin Newsom assessing people flocking to state parks are typically light up is hard but not during this infectious disease outbreak to help people help themselves while they're supposed to be staying home the governor today said all state park parking lots will be closed to dissuade people from being in a position where they can't maintain a six foot distance one cannot condemn that but one can't criticize we need to practice common sense and socially distance and that means we need to help you help yourself a little bit more those folks that were making their way out there to recognize when you're on a single track trail on our beautiful wilderness that single track means going up the mountain and down the mountain which means it's almost impossible to socially distance the governor says the closures will affect area state parks in Marin Sonoma and San Mateo counties the closures are immediate and may include more drastic measures in order to keep people from congregating in large groups of people stockpiling or hoarding things like toilet paper and hand sanitizer could create an oversupply of those products soon there's no shortage of food or sanitizing products with some suppliers are starting to increase production to react to the current mass buying MIT business professor John Sturman says one store shelves are restocked demand will collapse because once people realize oh my gosh there's no problem getting toilet paper I don't really need that five hundred rolls and sitting on right now they're not going to buy any German to suppliers are in a tough position because they're getting large orders but he says many know if they boost production too much they'll have an oversupply could have to lay people off the house is considering whether to allow lawmakers to designate a colleague to vote for them if they can't return to Washington amid the corona virus outbreak the chair the house rules committee has proposed voting by proxy for lawmakers who were unable to cast in person votes house rules committee staff began exploring options for voting after two house members tested positive for the virus IOC members and national into committees and athletes are all racing to the same conclusion the Tokyo Olympics are virtually certain to be postponed one time I OC member Craig Reedie tells the Associated Press but everything is pointing toward a delayed due to the corona virus the biggest question is just how long it will last the IOC says no decision has been made and it could take up to four weeks to decide the committee is sorting through a variety of logistical issues before deciding what to do he's yes he's time nine thirty six traffic coming up in a minute and half with extreme stock market volatility you need a safe haven for retirement assets national realty's class A. buildings fund contains only prime income producing real estate.

"event photographers" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"event photographers" Discussed on KCBS All News

"He's only classmate is his three year old sister Rebecca who's preschool is also closed I like mommy K. our last Friday well it's pretty intense and I have a lot of respect for teachers and the work that they do every day with children my wife Jessica is still working part time from home as well as being a full time teacher she's following the advice of home school experts do project based learning and set up a schedule similar to regular school and our situation having a schedule seems to work well but I know that doesn't work for every family so whatever keeps you sane meanwhile parents of even younger children also have their hands full our neighbor Oscar your is are is an event photographer but all of his events have been canceled the first time I've tried it I interviewed him with my microphone on the end of a piece of PVC pipe as he was walking with his two young daughters you know we do have a shelter in place but these kids need to get out get some fresh air we're definitely keeping the six foot distance between everybody as you are holding your US six foot stick I highly appreciate it working from our home school in the East Bay Matt Bigler KCBS KCBS news time to forty four cabin the rats working from his home studio in the North Bay he's going to tell us about the Kansas City Chiefs how they're stepping up in just a minute looking to motivate your team increase productivity and improve culture with your in office and remote teams then check out hoopla hoopla help sales leaders motivate their teams to leaderboards game application and real time deal alerts.

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"event photographers" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

09:02 min | 11 months ago

"event photographers" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"London. Marathon it's do it. What's I mean last year so last year at the London? Marathon there was. I think some talk around folk at the back and particularly the experiences around the back of the field and this year the London marathon responded and and I think they've actually responded really well really positively absolutely like billion. They've done some good things. They've put some really good things in place. Let's look at them for this year's race firstly the race the mass race move start a little earlier. A half bus nine participants will be starting to know this. I didn't know forgive my ignorance. I didn't know that American star waves and waves start. Yeah just I think to ease the congestion you know. So of course chip time makes the time right as long as you in the right way if it just delays the star spreads everything out a little bit you know makes it more of a manageable experience. I think out in the roads will again be started in a series of waves now for the first time participants who think they will take more than seven hour. Seven hours and forty five minutes have been offered the opportunity to start the back of either the second or third where he to give them more time. Eight and a half hours twenty to complete the event. The event started a little earlier half past nine and a little bit more time and I think London already has an eight hour cutoff. I think it will solve right because they haven't introduced terrible because I think this is the before I mean. I'm a big believer in cutoffs. Were doesn't really matter what the time but I always think you should have never really knew about was the the issue is when there's not a firm in front of this point is one hundred percent open drinks bans marshalls everything behind. This point is one hundred percent closed and actually I do think people can actually finish off. The cutoff. Walk on the Pavement. Which have never been a big fan of but I think as long as you've got a cutoff then you cut off and you can respected really carefully and I think that was the issue before was. It was very vague as to where that was this time. They're introducing walk. A group of approximately fifty tail walkers will walk the entire route at eight hour pace as a mobile chase squad for the back of the pack. The tail walkers will start in the back of the final wave at ten thirty and the eight hour pace time will begin once these tail walkers cross the start line so it's eight hours from the back from the very final starter effectively at the back of the race and and they will also be joined by boss a DJ playing great for the most part. It's kind of like a walking back of the bus isn't it? Yes and it's great and interestingly the first thing that I thought of with this was that'd be a fun place to be loads of people like wait. Can we sign up to make sure that sounds like great fun to do but also even the term and this will resonate with you Taylor Walker? It's a lie to think we determine inspiration for it and what we find out wait we had years and years and years without because then we introduce tell walkers a couple of years ago and it really helps us even teeny tiny that apart relevant it helps us to understand until the tail walkers come by everything is open and the courses is lives out there all the time and send you see them. It's closed and that's so helpful when you're organizing an event especially when it's going to be fifty tail walkers and the other thing. I really liked the virgin money. Angels yes the Eighty Virgin money. Angels work in Pairs Covering Mile. Sixteen to twenty six position. Roughly four hundred meters apart yet. Paul any one of the great idea career and then it's almost like a like somebody had a dream about the ultimate. Somebody's is just on everything. Let's just do everything? We can possibly think of participants for drinks. Stations Timing Mats and the event photographers will stay in place until the back of the pack has passed the convoy of clear vehicles which is where the issue she didn't really kind of they started clearing up people. I think we'll follow the. Dj Bus and organizers will ensure this convoy does not impinge upon the back of the pack. I think I think this is going to become a real thing. Of course it is going to become a little carnival itself when it's going to become. I think it's like off so often. The focus is the front of the field. Yes you know. And we know with London. The folks that he grabbed the field. Yeah but this is going to turn the focus to the back of the field so like you know what the to to Franz. Yeah of course caravan beginning. Yeah that's GonNa be with us and across the line of comrades yes the last person inside the cutoff comrades. There's a man that's always massive and there's a thing here. Isn't there where you're saying because it's a it's a decent amount of time and I've read. I think I really good blog to Who I'm racking my brains. Where ready around some of the like. So what's the point? Cutoff you know and people not the math in is a distance to be respected and when you respect the distance regardless of ability in demand some preparation An actually you know we see in London that people of all abilities will attempt the marathon distance for some of them. It's hugely meaningful for example. You know they may have recovered from a life threatening illness and be participating London and ours is a tough but realistic opportunity to complete it. Isn't it yeah? I think I think clearly London marathon lightly idea of anybody to do and you've had people take several days. I remember it was at Michael Watson the boxer I think did it in several days and all those kind of things but from an organizer and some racist Fukuoka Marathon. Cutoff is two hours. Forty five eight so you both in an either eve is fine. I'm a fan of both but I think from an operational point of view not having a defined cutoff is where the problem star Star before so I was. I was twelve hours. Forty whatever you've just got to have a Def- when you closing the streets of London which they video doing you've got to do that. So they will be later wrote reopening times from Mile Twenty three onwards and a senior London. Marathon events staff member will be at the back of the pack throughout the event the event to ensure there's no repeat of contracting overlapping with back of the pack participants and tell us the screen at Hugh Brazier Event Director for the two thousand eighteen budget money London marathon set. We have worked very hard over the past month to put in place these plans to ensure that runners at the back of the pack of the best possible experience on the day. We'd like to thank back about runners from twenty nineteen who shared their experiences with us and the working group. That helped us come up with these ideas up. See Burning in that. Even that in itself is Great. Isn't it because we look thanking the working so they thought it through? Yes you know. Thought it through so yeah. I'm looking forward to pretty much. We talk Tokyo the Olympic Dixon. Yes great interview that we got from Fox running dot com we. We're GONNA talk through a couple of the great arts of the early gay. He got false running dot com. We'll put a link on the show. check out actually is really really well worth reading the two little bit high picked out one fast running asked What you goals. And she said it's obviously an Olympic year so everyone assumes that will be every athlete big goal for the year but for me. It's not my main focus. She says I'm I'm quite realistic when I say it's a possibility but a big long shot I believe says Elliott can run the qualifying time but I don't think I'm capable of running a to twenty six to twenty seven which I think is what it will take to make the top two at London. I'm very lucky. She says had chance in two thousand sixteen. If I did make again it would be a massive bonus. But if I don't then it's not the end of the world will take nothing away from my prior achievements that cooling as I think. Some people uber competitive..

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"event photographers" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"event photographers" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Voice but now right no not yet okay negotiations are going to go back there now and really the negotiation is there's not really negotiate just basically I didn't come here to do that I am here to sign autographs and we'll meet the fans I'm doing like sign language for people because I'm on the air with you and everyone kind of on the web or on the app which gives us a little while you know you're right now we have complete freedom what do you do what it Peggy say is the latest on her veins interview okay looking like potentially right after sex okay so that means we get a movie knows a real Spain's right after six you can jump possibly early just impossible I just turn to Bosnia unlike that characterization I see I see hope in Peggy size she says all right he's on it yeah what I what they'd give at the end of that I heard right there I hear that a lot from the sales people here I'm really working on it I told a job this we have got this John were you know we are we are ninety nine percent of the way is there get it over the finish line right exactly and then and then I do like that and I I've learned that in broadcasting one percent is actually seventy five percent the sales the nine percent there which means were twenty four and a half percent there it's funky math you know figure it so all right we'll guide okay well I feel good about this I feel like we're going to get something after six months all right so we have to call o'ryan Intel orient that we that we may go a little later on user earlier earlier to your earlier earlier rampant at five thirty prisoners that's a good idea and it would be closer yes my Illinois state fair in the news news rooms as well you can find out and then I'll have him get mad at me because I don't know what a steering what are you doing Nick either them sweating bullets right now if I was I can hear them clicking against your microphone it's thank god part of our swag bags a little WGN baseball stress ball that I've been sick with it comes in handy what what drove down my forehead right now if I don't get all my god oh my god oh my god oh my god WGN I was able to get the interview you got to give it to god kind of discrete way and rely entirely on Peggy on the for the for the interview you got it you got it or not it's a team effort people and yeah yeah well and makes it but it's very people there they're busy selling Xfinity we're busy selling the Xfinity room these the the in house store Xfinity people but then they have like the Xfinity rattled only for people are there for the event Cincinnati people Xfinity suits yeah yeah I got a user sway Sunday also now Mr Xfinity can you let me talk to her bills please is there a different planes arrive with the like a team of wraps or people or you know like PR people that personally for him like what how how was that originally style no no he kind of just walked in and that the people at Xfinity greeting of the door and then I'm gonna you know they can to try to sell on their home services and in a chilling experience occurred at that sort of greater system yeah I do you know what with you today while you're there it's funny you should mention that because I really do need my Xfinity security thing upgraded could you get that done yes okay yeah anybody else give me a list of Harold Baines interview rose the system package with Xfinity in on the give me everything yeah and I got to get the and I need to I I need to change the position of a camera okay yeah because it just I think over my bed was a bad idea like a waste of a cat what what song the what is a camera like this position poorly or to get knocked away now I just I decided that it's it where I told them or to put it and it doesn't do it doesn't tell me anything where where it currently is because by the time the door opens whoever would be coming in the door is already past the candle that doesn't help yeah so the way it was it was it that you're not home then right we exactly right right this is rose to tell me not to be able to see when people come in or out of the house right is that the whole idea of that thank you were going to an Xfinity guy about this right now as opposed to you Kevin but let's protect your score that interview for your in a matter of thirty seconds so it's you know coming into my house to the back door it's like you open up the back to over thirty past the cameras like right next the back door and already passed to doesn't do me any good okay so I need to get a I need to re position for the you know I'd I'd I was dumb what I did but now I got badly how can a guy I got I got a polo shirt thank you and I need one of the guys in the suits I don't know about the Polish are gonna be more helpful for that came in in the in the polo shirt as well everybody's rocking polo shirts today but I can tell like they're more of the suits you know like the the the corporate office type people I think the in house people here might be your go to bat yeah two ten the like the Harold Baines thing you know right now they sweep in for the call a guy and I don't know if you drive yeah you're probably right all right I'm ready to go the iPad the iPad users clicking through with all your info when you get it taken care of just like that yes we need the official event photographers taking pictures of me I think you can sense my stress with the start stressing you out more is it me or is it Harold Baines or is it a year earning who's what why are you so stressed out Kevin probably you wrote is it a mostly straight is interviewing knows he can't come up empty handed he's got a he's got to do it you're gonna check back in and check back in until he gets it you know so I don't miss being a producer fell it every single day I got to get every interview I got a book every gas it'll blow it for the station I had a stressful my hand at all times listening don't judge me I heard your guest fell through failure to the whole family the cabin why that happened you get the whole like you know an accident bomb hopefully Beck and why couldn't you get rose Cameri position all right now that I let's take a quick break and we'll come right back we'll get to the news here at the bottom of the hour and check back and find out what the hell's going what the hell's going on here not on the phone you know the right.

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"event photographers" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"event photographers" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"What do we do now over to another academy? Oh, wishy. Like undercover as a. I don't want to give away too much, but let's just say the FBI was investigating the. Whoa. Yeah, I agree. Priyanka Chopra should be more famous. She's very famous. She should see leasing. He's liking shoddy work. Well, that's the thing that's really fascinating to me. I read this article about how she's in, like such a small minority and by saw minority thinks she's like the only one who has ever successfully transitioned from Bollywood fame to American fame, and sometimes people will be like she's not a good actress. I'm like she's acting in her second language. Right. How many languages do you speak Yeah. all? You're all these fucking American. They can't interest rate. I know I, I mean, I think it's really she's like the biggest star India read, we just have such different now that like game of thrones. Move in with Jonas, brother. Ray. Now, she's like onstage with Sophie Turner. Like being sung to I'm just saying, we should have married someone more famous. To truly unite the kingdom's. Well, would it be like Justin Timberlake within like an interesting flex? But when you're talking about the beads saying that he didn't want that smoke from Tom Cruise retiring about Justin Bieber. No not. You You know, know, BB. BB doesn't also Tom Cruise to get the BB Netanyahu voice accent, in here, some bond. Yes. I've never seen this girl in my life. Fifty dollars. What do you think is overrated something that's overrated is being hot? A lot about this. I think that people temperature or to, like, look. I look I think there's like I think people are really into being hot right now. People are really like reclaiming that, especially in the comedy world. I think it maybe has to do with the fact that I don't know how it is out here. But in New York, there's now like an event photographer at every single comedy show in suddenly, it's like I like everyone is really like dressed up. It has makeup on. And I think that's amazing. Love me. I love fashion. But I also think there's something to be said for, like, really looking like absolute trash, and like really dressing down, and just being true garbage and not carrying an I, I want to. Reclaim that as well. It's weird. I think LA is, you know, we are like the sloppy city like you go to New York, people dress like a little, they take their fashionable more seriously. Not that Elliot will don't like I think when I go to restaurants, that's when you see you go to restaurants in LA, and you're like, okay, yes. Crawled out of bed, and then, like, there are times in New York while dress like a L A person. I'm like, feel like I can leader. A little more fat, actually fashion your Israel. I feel like LA hazard mutation of being like full of really hot people..

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"event photographers" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"event photographers" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Segment. We'll have you know, what why why do we do technology? The only people that asked me that question are people that generally live in caves. I'm kidding on some level. Look technology is part of all of our lives. We we use phones that are more complicated than they've ever been before. We used cars that have technology in them. That's never been had before. In fact, I was at an event last night. And I was talking with the event photographer the official for for the event, and I was noticing what kind of camera. She was using. We were talking about cameras and someone walked up and said, hey, what's the nicest camera out there? And she said, well, one of the nicest is the ones in the iphone, and here's she's holding like a three thousand dollar Nikon shooting, you know, a professional photos, and she she's saying that so I'm just saying technology is everywhere. It is. It is all encompassing. How we think about it? How we use it in our lives. How we parent our kids with it at cetera. It all matters. So we'll talk with this week's tech news with resulting coming up. Then I want you to stick around for the segment in the middle of the show three because Gina Hallaq is gonna join us. She's from the alliance defending freedom here in New York City. There is a Jewish. Orthodox Jewish psychotherapist that has primarily people from the orthodox community coming to his psychotherapy office and many of them struggling with homosexual orientation and desiring to no longer have that because of a new law, and you say we'll have how does that relate to Christians? Well, because of a new law that the New York City council has put forward this Jewish psychotherapists not an evangelical not a born again Christian this Jewish psychotherapist who has people in his community coming Tim saying, I don't I don't want to have this anymore. I would like to talk and process and get to the point where he doesn't bother me. He's not allowed to do that under this new law because this new law makes it illegal for counselors of any stripe to advise people of various sexual orientations. It denies them. The opportunity to advise them to abandon those sexual orientations, those feelings, those desires, so the alliance defending freedom is saying generally defense Christians in court. In religious freedom religious liberties, they're defending this Jewish psychotherapist on this basis. Well, we'll talk with Gina about the details of the case curl Markowitz is gonna join us. She doesn't always join us at this time. But she's going to join us today because in her New York Post. New York Post column, she is. She is writing today about why charter schools who have had a pretty good success rate in New York City. They're creating a problem for the mayor because near charter schools are being spoken about favorably. And he doesn't like that. Because the public schools are being dissed, by implication. So what should we do about that are charter schools onto something? We'll talk with Carol Mark. What's about that? So that's all straight ahead. Hey for those of you that were listening yesterday. You may have heard David Fisher on Monday Monday. Maybe even heard his little encouragement from scriptures yesterday as we aired it on this this hour of the broadcast. He just wanted to remind you that he is giving that gold coin away coming up April fifteenth. I just think there's so much irony in giving away a gold coin to a listener on April fifteenth. But what I like about it is that it's a gold coin that's going to help you hedge your in your investments, your your IRA, your 4._0._1._K that's going to help you hedge those against dangerous moves in the economy. And we're going to give it away to one person whose name we will draw on the fourteenth, I believe and then announced on the on the fifteenth. If you've not yet done that you can go to AM five seventy two mission, which is my station here in New York. You can go to aim five seventy the mission and just click the gold giveaway and go through and register and then be listening. Now, if you've already registered you're in you don't have to you don't have to sign up again yesterday, we had like three hundred people sign up, but like twenty of them did it more than once. So don't do that the duplicates will get eliminated from the contest just design up once once per household. And when you do you're also gonna get the twenty nineteen financial survival guide from landmark capital at no cost to you. It's about a two hundred dollar value. You get his insiders newsletter. You get all the information that he has. And I believe he's gonna start including his biblical admonition for good stewardship in that packet as well. So that's that's all straight ahead. And you can check that out at AM five seventy. The mission. All right. I wanna I wanna challenge with something today. Friends. Over the weekend. I was I was listening to a message that I told you about yesterday Ryan toll of emergence church in New Jersey. Had said something at the beginning of a message that he gave and you can access this message at emergence. Nj dot com. I believe dot com or dot org. I don't remember which but you can listen to or you can sign up for the podcast for it through items. They offer it on itunes and the emergence New Jersey podcast. But there was another thing that he said about Matthew five that really jumped out at me. And it has to do with the beatitudes, which are what was the subject of the sermon, and it has to do with that idea of when Jesus said blessed are the peace makers. And I got to thinking and Ryan directed the thoughts of the people listening. But I got to thinking about the difference in peace makers and peace keepers. We think I think a lot of times in America that they're the same. But if you think about it there really nowhere near the same. People that are peace keepers. Want to keep an artificial environment. Calm. Peacemakers are sometimes willing to disrupt the environment in order for truth to be discovered. Right. So peacekeepers kind of enable bad behavior to go on you got the crazy uncle that gets drunk at every holiday like, shh, everybody. Be quiet. We don't wanna bother uncle, Bob. But sometimes peacemakers would sit down with that uncle and say we're concerned about you. We don't want you to drink yourself to death. We don't want you to hurt somebody when you get angry. Peacemakers enable piece peacekeepers enable peacemakers. Resolve they seek resolution they seek finality and ending in conclusion and reconciliation. That's what peacemaking is actually a process of. Peacekeepers often hurt those that are closest to them. Because they don't want to rock the boat. Peacemakers hold out both love and truth to the people that they are nearest to. So a peacekeepers not going to overlook someone's bad behavior, just because they're in the same house. And then, you know, a child gets hurt or someone close to them ends up being abused or something along those lines. A peace maker. Friends. It's all in. How you do it? Right. So if you go in yelling and screaming and waving hands in the all the rest of it. That's not peace making. Peacemaking is sometimes very disruptive peace making a sometimes having demanding that everyone sit down at the table and talk about something that was unjust or unfair that occurred. But friends that's peace making peace keeping an peacekeeping. Oftentimes has a synonym that people like to use unity. If people preach a lot about unity from the idea of peacekeeping, keeping things quiet run from that place. Don't be anywhere near that place. But if greater unity comes about from peace making making peace.

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"event photographers" Discussed on Friendshipping!

Friendshipping!

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"event photographers" Discussed on Friendshipping!

"They made sure you got a badge, they messed up and left. You didn't write the blog post. They said they would, which indicates maybe a lack of integrity or that they are extremely busy and distracted and forgot. Absolutely. I just like to give people the benefit of the doubt because we don't see too many red flags here just kind of a tiny one. Right? I mean, because you got what was asked for and we don't think it's quite enough. But the problem is that is twofold is the photographer should have offered more and if you wanted more, you could have asked for it, there's no good solution here. It sucks the, I think that the best way to strategically think about it is to move forward and to have a clear list of what you're expecting and to learn how to say no to, yeah, yeah, this is why invoices are in contracts are important because you'd be like, look, I literally, it's on. It's on paper. It's right there. I wrote it down. Yeah. Oh, you know what might be a good thing for a contract like. Tell me what you think about this gen. Yeah, maybe if next year you said like, hey, I have, you know, just a very short contract that says that if I am asked to cover people's breaks that I would be I charge however many dollars per hour after that. That's great man. There are so many photography communities waiting for you for the execs situation like, go, go, find your people like you can find so many photographer, freelance photographers and event photographers on Instagram, or even even some certain sub read. It seemed pretty good like go find your people and find strengthen your numbers. Understand that getting ticket advantage of in a job, like photography is very common, but you have people in resources that you can arm yourself with. Yeah, honestly, probably they'll be better answer this, then we will. Yeah, but we, we are the ones with the podcast. This very true. I have a microphone and I am talking loud and I have headphones on. So just listen to me so I don't know what else you could ask for that. We're to experts believe the podcast go back to the. We go back to turning into a. We turn back into a pumpkin. I'm gonna go hibernate. Okay. This has been friendship. Inga, Jenin Trinh if you'd like to E mail us a question, you know what do it dammit at friendship, ping, casted gmail.com. If you'd like to follow us Twitter, you can do friendship. Thank you to parliament for editing. Thank you to Molly Lewis for singing. Thank you to learn Gallagher for designing and thank you to our audio, daddy and podfather, Alex Cox for taking care of the studio because then everything everybody Lewis I did and me four talking, your well-known for talk. You're welcome for listening. What, what? It's fine. Isn't that thanks. We're what I call you earlier. Beer VERA thinks deer and bay. Okay. Moving on..

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"event photographers" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"event photographers" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

"And you liked the lifestyle of working really hard for small time than having you know time off like their number of my friends doing lying fly out so they'll fly you in for anywhere between three to five weeks where you were you know seven days a week and then you have two to three weeks completely off to do whatever you want and while you're on these locations so you you're not allowed to drink alcohol you basically have nowhere to spend your money so you just accumulate all this wealth than you go out you're on vacation for two three weeks so it's sort of a lifestyle choice for me it wasn't a particular it what point did you realize that this wasn't a good fit for you before graduation graduated actually i so i had number of internships and i just realized like being in the middle of nowhere working on something i didn't care about was really not for me i actually had a mild crisis i think six months before i was about to graduate you know how like you go through school and after elementary school it's middle school after middle school it's it's university and then suddenly there was like there's nothing is worked for the rest of my life and i was like holy crap this is horrible and i wanted to just you know not go to work and travel and my parents being good asian parents said that wasn't an option and william i mean you've gone through this for years of education you might as well go and work go take a few months off and hassan but come back and get a job in figure it out so that's what i did i traveled went to taiwan i think came back and started working work three and a half years and undecided to quit so how i came to that flow on so i picked up the taga fee while i was stranded in a mine at one point a girl broke up with me in november two thousand seven bought my first camera didn't know anything about otographer so i bought a point and shoot at walmart and wanted to take pictures of stars needless to say didn't work out so i had to turn it bought a the most expensive camera that was in walmart that wasn't good enough to like kodak easy share that woolmer doesn't have the best selection of of great photo year now didn't but but it was a biggest photo store in town because i was in his tiny mining town so i had a returned that and i had to drive like three hours to the next major city a camera slept in my car and took photos read the manual to to start to that's how it began in photography was this companion for me in the beginning it was it was sort of a friend that you could bring with you everywhere it didn't matter if you didn't know anybody if you you're at a party and you didn't know anybody could still take pictures good conversation starter good excuse to hang out with people go for walk is also this sort of all access pass is now suddenly you could get invited to things that you'd never get invited to otherwise you could go backstage he could you know open up conversations asleep and so forth and so when i realized that i could make money having fun so basically get paid to take pictures i hopped into and really started developing this event photography business for for a little while really so you started really as it event photographer i did yeah it was the is just the easiest way to get more gear and so you know so i love gear or loved gear just this ability to to constantly by the latest greatest stuff that i could afford upgraded pieces one at a time in i was holding the engineering job in parallel so engineering took care of life expenses in my photography every single dollar earned into tiger just went straight back into it and it allowed me to grow really really fast that's fascinating in so seems like you're passionate largely about the technical side of things in the way that those technical things gave you the ability to take more technical photos but like if isn't very technical when did you start bridging the gap into doing a little bit more technical stuff professionally so i think i'm really addicted to growth like i really loved the idea of growing and growing efficiently so you can grow linearly can grow exponentially and photography's just one of those things like when you first start out like every like tiny new tricky learn makes your photography exponentially better and so for like the beginning you get your first life wide aperture lens you get your first.

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"event photographers" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"event photographers" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"Yeah we'd love to see it on the engineers and never demon a specific answer as to why up to this point they haven't clearly it's still not something that we're seeing a lot of in the industry i wouldn't be i'm not winking at you as i say this or anything i mean i wouldn't be surprised if within a couple three years we start seeing just industrywide more of that as you know as battery technology continues to get better and better what else the new well one other one that isn't bryn brand new but hit is still kind of new in the line that people have heard about no doubt if they're into you know the the craft of digital lars the eighty five millimeter one point four lens with image stabilization that came out last year two thousand seventeen a marvelous marvelous condition and a lens that we actually did a presentation on the eighty five millimeter series of lenses that canon has earlier today because this is a program deals that concentrates on the wedding portrait and event photographer type application but that eighty five one point four is it's a sharpest eighty five millimeter lens we make mobile those are all good but this is if you're really picking nits this is the highest performance one even wide open the image stabilization changes the whole dynamic of working with that type of lens in low light would that four stop correction i made the point in the presentation that if the average and it's not that four stop correction with image stabilization is unheard of in the industry obviously many lenses now from different companies have optical image stabilization or some form of stabilization but the beauty of that in real world terms is if you if the average photographer could say that hey in low light the slowest speed i could normally safely handled eighty five millimeter lens was let's say a sixty th of a second four stops a stabilization means you can hand hold that lens with a stationary subject of course a quarter of a second which is i mean again i'm not saying is you know unique in.

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"event photographers" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"event photographers" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"Who like it's been one of the best investments i've made even this morning are preparing for my first keynote in miami florida for youth i by a keynote at for adult put for high schooler like high schoolers terrified me because they are stolen savagely like than you thought ally good everybody else outta gas i've had vincic that though he helped we planned my speech actually just this morning avenue enough selma i'm so confident in support i got the phone i was like i can't wait to give the speech i am so excited about the live that are going to be transformed as a result of it so he's been amazing and then julian gordon is another one of my good friends in cozart work with on a quarterly basis to structure why plans for the quarter and like high men execute them moved towards that at how they built on each other so as you can see i've working to people throughout my career um that's really important especially for someone like me who feels like i didn't grow up observing entrepreneurs often you're like am i doing this right but her mind doing this right a became money but am i going to make money was next year the your act radoman setting myself up to be the consistently second remain entrepreneur and hire people go to the next level and it's been really important for me to bring people on who can help me see what that next level is what i need to do to get there yes and thank you for a job in all those names i will link to them in the show notes you dropped a gold mine since shore and we've had maya in the guess chance she is awesome yes i love i don't ever thought long and so funny how our path and are ineffective because she used to live in charlotte and she was like an event photographer setha take photos and so forth and i didn't we didn't even know that this would be where we are now levy if beautiful to how to travel that dirty with them one and you know speaking of coaches now i'm an facebook groups as well and i see a lot of sight hustler is an entrepreneur struggle with when to invest in help right because he is like a genuine were the egg dilemma where it's like okay you're not making exsenior is.

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