The March issue of Professional Photographer has an inspiring article on how a determined Midwestern photographer named Julie Klaasmeyer, who, thanks to an old Mamiya RZ67, started what would later grow into a super-successful portrait business. Ms. Klaasmeyer, one of those unique blends of artist and businesswoman with more than her share of determined grit, turned a garage studio into a brand-new 7,000 square foot operation. The rest, as they say, is history. Way to go, Julie.
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