1. 02/26/2013 -

    Looking for some of my most popular blog posts? These 4 are updated throughout the year. What other resources would you like to see?

  2. 04/11/2014 -

    Buff Strickland is an Austin-based lifestyle photographer with a great talent for creating upbeat, bright and natural-feeling images. Her work is sought after by editorial and commercial clients who want to tell stories and highlight products in a genuine, yet aspirational, way. Buff and I worked together to create a new print portfolio edit of her work. The book was made by Scott Mullenberg of Mullenberg Design Studio. Buff showed the new book at the Texas Photo Roundup portfolio reviews, and received great feedback from the art buyers and photo editors in attendance.  

  3. 04/09/2014 -

    I had the pleasure of working with Philadelphia-based fine art and editorial photographer Katrina d’Autremont on her new print book. The book was custom designed and built by Marianne Dages. Katrina’s work has an understated and personal sensibility, and creating an edit that captured that was an inspiring process. We melded her personal work with her editorial work in a way that speaks to both worlds without diluting either area’s strengths.

  4. 03/06/2014 -

    There are so many companies popping up that are making stuff out of your Instagram photos. Here are a few we’ve tried recently. Do you have any favorites? Please post in the comments below or upload a photo of your promo to instagram and use the hashtag #igphotogpromos so everyone can see.   Sticky Gram magnets   Artifact Uprising – photo books, prints, calendars and more       Printstagram - from teeny tiny photo books to photo strips and larger books     Postagram – Site is geared toward the consumer, but you could customize the  postcard to be appropriate for …

  5. 12/08/2013 -

    (Updated 8/17/13) I just returned from 4 days of photo-related festivities in NYC. The mothership of the week is the PhotoPlus Expo at the Javits convention center, with other events happening around the same time to capitalize on having so many photographers in town at once. Every night there are parties and book signing and openings. Aside from all seeing old friends and meeting new creatives and photographers, I spent most of my time during the day doing portfolio reviews at the PDN/Palm Springs Portfolio Review. This was probably my 15th organized review event and I thought it’d be helpful …

  6. 11/06/2013 -

    ONWARD Photo Competition 2014 is now accepting submissions. Tsuyoshi Ito, Founder and Director of the ONWARD gives six tips below on participating in photo contests. Six Tips for Finding the Best Competitions for You Now that you know how to effectively enter a photography competition, where will you test your skills? If you’ve begun your search, you’ve probably discovered that the sheer number of contests available makes it almost impossible to decide which ones to enter. The goal of this article is to help you, the photographer, cut past all of the industry buzz words and marketing efforts to identify …

  7. 09/17/2013 -

    Emilie Malcorps is a Nice, France based editorial and corporate photographer. Together we built a new website, highlighting her vibrant, seaside location, as well as a print promotion and email campaign. We also created a new body of lifestyle work shot in Morocco. Emilie has started contacting clients for meetings and has already been given assignments from international magazines who were on her dream clients list.

  8. 07/24/2013 -

    Submit by August 30, 2013 for AI-AP’s International Motion Art Awards: The Year’s Best Photography, Illustration, Animation and Design in Motion. The IMAA2 Call For Entries is OPEN. ENTER HERE. Winners will be presented in New York at AI-AP’s BIG TALK Symposium in November and will be shown at The Party celebrating the launch of American Photography 29 and American Illustration 32. Check out the winners in last year’s premier IMAA collection on The Archive. And check out features on the winners on Motion Arts Pro.

  9. 07/11/2013 -

    I’ve recently wrapped up editing Andy Reynolds‘ work for his website relaunch. We created 3 galleries with distinctly different moods. Andy is based in Seattle and works with a variety of commercial and editorial clients who appreciate his quirky concepts and ability to capture every day life with wink.        

  10. 07/08/2013 -

    Life Framer is new photo competition Every month Life Framer makes a call for submissions for images that best capture the month’s competition theme. Life Framer shortlists their favourite images, then they ask a guest judge (Brian Finke is an upcoming judge) to select their winners, and display them to the world on the Lifeframe website, and at the end of the cycle in a special gallery series in London. For more information about Life Framer click here.

  11. 07/05/2013 -

    Caroline Hunter is Deputy Picture Editor of The Guardian’s Weekend Magazine which features gorgeous photography. I recently spoke with Caroline about the process of finding and hiring American photographers from her vantage in the U.K. How often are you hiring U.S.-based photographers? We hire U.S. photographers every week. I work on a busy picture desk and we often feature contributors and celebrities who are based in the US. Sometimes it feels as though we commission more photography in that part of the world than anywhere else! Are you more likely to look for someone who is located in the city you have an …

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