Late nights. Early mornings. Voluminous emails, Skypes, and iChats. And exactly 187 cups of coffee later (seriously...we counted!), we have an important announcement to make.
Our new site and blog are here, and we couldn't be more proud. As Design Aglow's first major redesign in 7 years, we have updated our web presence from the outside in, resulting in a streamlined, interactive customer experience that looks as good on your smartphone as it does on your desktop. No detail was overlooked, right down to the buttons, making it easier for you to find and share your favorite inspiration and education. Â And our products? They're all right here, better organized to save you time and make you money.
We hope that you'll test drive the improved Design Aglow, taking time to enjoy our new look and offer us your feedback. We've already incorporated some of your suggestions--did you see the currency calculator, international friends?--and are committed the same standards of design, innovation, and quality that you have come to expect from the Design Aglow brand since 2006.
As an artist, creating personal work is vital. With no deadlines, rules, timelines... there is only your creative medium and your mind. Jacob will demonstrate how act of creating personal work is where new ideas and directions are born, shaping future client work or even more personal work. He will inspire you to explore your imagination to open up new creative directions we didn’t even realize we had within us. Exploring personal work is allowing our minds be free and encouraging our imagination to be turned all the way up. Jacob will inspire you to turn it on and turn it up.
I recently travelled to Banff, Alberta on a spontaneous trip with another filmmaker, Mike, and we spent one week exploring around the national park. The trip was planned a week before we left. My friend flew from LA and met me in Vancouver and we began our 10 hour road trip.I recently travelled to Banff, Alberta on a spontaneous trip with another filmmaker, Mike, and we spent one week exploring around the national park. The trip was planned a week before we left. My friend flew from LA and met me in Vancouver and we began our 10 hour road trip.
What we do, as photographers, matters; and it matters a lot. What do people want to save when a house is burning down, being overtaken by a flood, or threatened by a tornado; what is the one possession people always hope to grab? Their photos; their irreplaceable family memories. Memories matter, and it's up to us as photographers to make sure that we capture their best selves. How do we do that? The experience.