Locke requested a phone call to discuss the matter with iStockphoto, who informed him that they were going to terminate their relationship and close Locke’s account in 30 days.
I used to need solitude in the car. All of my early work was made while driving alone. When I worked with writers or assistants, I felt self-conscious. But over the years, a lot of that has dropped away. Lately I prefer having other people in the car with me. It helps dampen my solipsistic inclinations.
We wanted to know, what are photographers’ major business and marketing goals for 2013? How do they plan to invest their money? Where are they likely to find new business? Which social media platform do they turn to first? Do they expect to make more money than last year?
Have photographers become complacent with their only commodity in order to expand their community of followers?
“A vintage photo-booth dropped in Brussels for a few months close to my place. Just a game at first and then a wish to speak about photography and photographers with a some humor…
Yesterday James Estrin, co-Editor of the New York Times Lens Blog and Staff Photographer for the Times, announced that they are inaugurating the first New York Photography Portfolio Review, a two-day event in April 2013. It will bring together 160 photographers, in two one-day sessions, with more than 50 prominent reviewers, including a diverse selection of photo editors, agents, publishers, curators and buyers. The event will include private portfolio reviews, discussions and workshops.
“Are you doing what I think you’re doing?” I asked. “Probably,” he replied, pulling out from the back of the Toyota a small white plastic tray full of really murky, and smelly, liquid. “I’m teaching myself wet plate.”
But alongside his award-winning photography is a distinct business brand that helps him reach more clients. So as part of our 2013 Photo Business Plan Workbook, we interviewed Ben to get his advice on creating a real, lasting brand for your photo business.
In the 2013 Photo Business Plan Workbook, we offer practical tips, to-do lists, and online resources to help you make smart decisions for your photo business in 2013.
This photograph by Chris Levine, Lightness of Being, is extraordinary for a variety of reasons, the most important one possibly being that it utterly confounds our expectations1
Monday, January 21, 2013, Mr. Poli, judicial administrator, will be on his desk proposals of candidates for the resumption of Sipa Press in judicial recovery since 6 December 2012. The quality of these offerings will depend the future of the agency.
This is a great opportunity and you’re all so stupid for not recognizing that! Twelve whole dollars for an image (or is it six?) and all I have to do is upload my snaps and wait for the monthly checks to arrive?
On December 6th the Google Drive Blog announced that “5,000 new photos of nature, weather, animals, sports, food, education, technology, music and 8 other categories are now available for your use in Docs, Sheets, and Slides” with no mention to how they were acquired or what type of license they come with