Solutions

No matter what the business, I’m often asked what tools I use and why. When I started out as a photographer it was the camera equipment, with my picture framing company it was mat cutters and saws. Later, as I got older, the questions became about where I found my training, what books I read, and what I did to get where I am.

No matter what the business, I’m often asked what tools I use and why. When I started out as a photographer it was the camera equipment, with my picture framing company it was mat cutters and saws. Later, as I got older, the questions became about where I found my training, what books I read, and what I did to get where I am.

As a result of answering these questions so often, I thought it might be useful to post the full list of stuff I work with, have worked with, and am considering working with up here on my blog. Along with the list you’ll get my thoughts and experiences with or about all of it.

In the interest of full disclosure, some of the links are affiliate links and I’ll earn a commission if you click through and purchase.

No matter what the business, I’m often asked what tools I use and why. When I started out as a photographer it was the camera equipment, with my picture framing company it was mat cutters and saws. Later, as I got older, the questions became about where I found my training, what books I read, and what I did to get where I am.