If you’ve been dreaming of starting a business you should just do it.

"8 things I learned in my 20s about being an entrepreneur"

Written by: Blake Miller (Think Big)

Tip #5

You Should Take Risks

Unless you are already dead  —  mentally, emotionally and socially  —  you cannot anticipate your life five years into the future. It will not develop as you expect. So just stop it.

I’ve learned that taking a risk is a powerful thing. If an opportunity presents itself you should take it. If you’ve been dreaming of starting a business you should just do it. Whatever the risk is, the worst thing that could happen is you fail and you don’t learn from your mistake.

Article Source: http://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/how-to/growth-strategies/2014/09/8-things-i-learned-in-20s-about-being-entrepreneur.html?page=3 

Blake Miller is a partner and the director of the Accelerator at Think Big Partners, where he focuses on helping entrepreneurs build, launch and grow their companies. He specializes in growth, UI/UX, innovation, and connecting the dots.

Nikon D800 vs Canon 5d Mark II - YOU BE THE JUDGE
Here are two sets of images that were shot with two different cameras/lenses—Canon 5d Mark II and Nikon D800.  Both were shot at the Aftershock Concert held at Discovery Park, Sacramento, CA. 
The majority will argue that respectively each camera is in a league of their own and so are the lenses that were used. I AGREE!! 
The purpose of this post was simply to share the differentiation in quality/color/performance.  These were the cameras I shot with conjunctively at the concert.  No retouching was done to these images.
For original resolution, click here. 
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Sacramento, CA
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Nikon D800 vs Canon 5d Mark II - YOU BE THE JUDGE

Here are two sets of images that were shot with two different cameras/lenses—Canon 5d Mark II and Nikon D800.  Both were shot at the Aftershock Concert held at Discovery Park, Sacramento, CA. 

The majority will argue that respectively each camera is in a league of their own and so are the lenses that were used. I AGREE!! 

The purpose of this post was simply to share the differentiation in quality/color/performance.  These were the cameras I shot with conjunctively at the concert.  No retouching was done to these images.

For original resolution, click here

www.RyanAngelStudio.com

Sacramento, CA

If you like this blog, please don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE ABOVE.