That Business Show 2.0 is a daily online videocast and podcast that speaks with entrepreneurs and business professionals about business building tips and aims to give the listeners tools, tips and resources to grow their own business. Find it online each morning at www.thatbusinessnetwork.com from 9am to 10am M-F EST.
The digital age has opened many doors but as the cliché states, when one door opens, another closes. As a child, I can still recall wanting my parents to buy a set of Encyclopedias to eliminate me having to go to the library to do reports for school. I recall fixing my own car without Google or special equipment and I recall asking the sales rep at Walmart where the film went for the first digital camera I ever bought was. Our guest today was Glenn Nielsen, Photographer and Owner of Pics in the Glenn. Glenn has served in the Air Force as a pilot and officer, and worked for many years with Verizon before deciding on a career in photography which was always a hobby of his too.
Glenn speaks of the development of the digital age in cameras and how he along with many other photographers have had to continually learn their art as the standards and practices changed along the way. “Some still prefer film due to its look and quality” states Glenn, but the industry today is almost entirely digital today. The digital age has eliminated the photo albums that decorated the cabinets of many homes and today we store our images inside a phone and hope we never lose the device. Recent advancements have made cloud based apps the norm and is working to preserve our photos for longer times now and I often wonder how far back social media feeds will go in the future. Will we be able to see our grandmother’s pictures on Facebook when she was young?
Glenn’s specialty is working with mothers during their pregnancy and first year of childhood to produce a portfolio package that documents this time period. He likes to work with mothers before pregnancy and then at defined internals along the way from the development of the baby bump to the development of the baby in 3 month intervals over the first year. The result is a priceless and timeless memoir that works to capture the emotion of love between the mother and child.
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