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Home cleaning is one of the fastest-growing service businesses in North America. A good cleaning service brings comfort and order into people's lives and in today's world, these are highly sought-after commodities. A home cleaning service can start out small, but it has the potential to grow to be a multi-million dollar business with branch offices and franchises. With the help of this book, you can get your business up and running, and survive that essential first year. The book answers questions such as: Do I have what it takes to run my own business? What are the legal requirements for running a business like mine? How do I find and keep clients? How much should I charge? What equipment do I need? What other services can I offer? How do I hire and train staff? How does commercial cleaning differ from home cleaning? This updated new edition comes with numerous forms and examples to get you started and keep you organized, now all included on CD-ROM.75% (13)
Testing the Canon 30D DSLR for dust on the Sensor, after cleaning.
It was total serendipity that a high altitude jet plane flew over just as I went out to shoot the bright sky to test my dust removal efforts on the Canon 30D's sensor... The complex wire belongs to our Cable company. The camera focused on the line, not the plane... My Giotto dust blower has arrived. I unpacked it and squeezed and squeezed this rocket ship shaped blower about 50 times. This seems to have removed about one third of the dust particles on the Canon 30D DSLR sensor. That means I have to repeat the process more times. Some particles just moved around. I have to focus more on cleaning at the edges and in the corners. I cropped out some of the remaining dust bunnies, and used the Retouch brush in Apple's iPhoto image processing software to clean up the rest. This beats using a Bausch and Lomb ear syringe which worked somewhat, but didn't have as strong a wind stream. It got rid of a bunch, and that told me the method could work. There were an awful lot to start with, so i still have a long way to go. I am beginning to realize that changing lenses in this desert environment, with all its fine airborne dust, is not a great idea. Plus, a mirror flipping DSLR camera is quite noisy in a theatre in quiet moments, such as silent passages inmodern dance pieces as we had last spring (2009.) There are a number of excellent point and shoot cameras with a long zoom range and image stabilization, IS on the Canon, or vibration reduction, VR on the Nikon. If I could find one with a very fast response multi-shot burst mode for shooting dance performances, I would make the switch instantly. IMG_3712clean
I made this walking home from the metro the last time I came back to DC from Arizona at the beginning of November. I got off at Woodley Park and started to walk home, pulling my wheeled suitcase behind me and hauling my Giant Bag 'o Cameras-- a standard component of all travels-- on my back. It was warm that night and there were still a lot of people eating outside, in the outdoor seating areas of the restaurants along Connecticut by the metro. As I passed by the mediterranean place a guy who had been sitting at a table with another guy leapt up out of his chair and asked if I needed help carrying my bags. I assured him I was fine, and he asked me to join them for dinner. "Please, grace us with your company! Join us-- let me buy you dinner, or at least drinks! I will then carry your bags for you!" Uhm, no thank you. I assume he thought I was a tourist--not an unreasonable assumption, I was laden down with bags and had my camera hanging around my neck because I wanted to finish up the roll of film filled with Arizona images so that I could drop it off for processing the next morning. I saw this two doors down and almost didn't stop because I was worried he would think I was wavering (I could see him still watching me). But then thought screw it, stopped for a half second to take it, and then moved quickly towards the crosswalk.
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