Brad Smith Picks the Top 0.2% Images from the Olympics - PhotoShelter Blog

Brad Smith has spent a career editing sports photography. First as a sports editor at Sports Illustrated, then a senior sports editor at The New York Times, and a return to SI as its Director of Photography. But for the next two weeks, he is editing the 2

Brad Smith has spent a career editing sports photography. First as a sports editor at Sports Illustrated, then a senior sports editor at The New York Times, and a return to SI as its Director of Photography. But for the next two weeks, he is editing the 2016 Rio Olympic Games photography for ABCNews.com and putting together a daily slideshow of the best images. How selective is he? An image has about a 1 in 500 chance of being selected by Smith1, which is more competitive than getting into Stanford (1 in 20), and about on par with catching a foul ball at a baseball game (1 in 563).

Getting Hired: 10 Tips from National Geographic, The Cut, Sports Illustrated & More - PhotoShelter Blog

What are photo editors really looking for from professional photographers? And how can you make connections with potential clients and land gigs? In The Inspiration Handbook: 50 Tips from 50 Photography Trailblazers, get advice from Brad Smith, Elizabeth

What are photo editors really looking for from professional photographers? And how can you make connections with potential clients and land gigs? In The Inspiration Handbook: 50 Tips from 50 Photography Trailblazers, get advice from Brad Smith, Elizabeth Krist, Emily Shornick, Brinson Banks, James Bellorini, Alexandre Buisse, Kate Osba, Lindsay Adler, Elizabeth Weinberg, and Jodi Cobb who share their best tips to getting hired.

Brad Smith: Return Engagement

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This week, Photo Journal has a conversation with Brad Smith as he talks about his path…that has taken him from a French photo agency to the White House, from Circus magazine to the New York Times…and gives us an inside look on how Sports Illustrated has gone from a weekly magazine to a 24-hour news service that covers the world of sports.

Getting Hired: What Sports Illustrated Looks For In Photographers - PhotoShelter Blog

As part of our latest free guide, Growing Your Sports Photography Business, we interviewed Brad Smith, Director of Photography at Sports Illustrated. Prior to his gig at SI, Brad served as the Senior Sports Photography Editor at The New York Times for 12

As part of our latest free guide, Growing Your Sports Photography Business, we interviewed Brad Smith, Director of Photography at Sports Illustrated. Prior to his gig at SI, Brad served as the Senior Sports Photography Editor at The New York Times for 12 years. He talked to us about what he likes to see in a photographer’s portfolio, the types of images (and photographers) he’s looking for, and why.

New Guide: Growing Your Sports Photography Business - PhotoShelter Blog

In our latest free guide, Growing Your Sports Photography Business, we offer an in-depth look at the sports photography industry today. This comprehensive guide includes insider advice from sports photography veterans like Rich Clarkson, Brad Mangin, and

In our latest free guide, Growing Your Sports Photography Business, we offer an in-depth look at the sports photography industry today. This comprehensive guide includes insider advice from sports photography veterans like Rich Clarkson, Brad Mangin, and Director of Photography at Sports Illustrated Brad Smith.

New Sports Illustrated Photography Director: Brad Smith

Brad Smith, who joined The New York Times in 2000 and has been the newspaper's senior Sports photography editor for the last six years, will be the new director of photography at Sports Illustrated magazine beginning March 14.

Yesterday So Delicious, a maker of dairy-free foods, agreed to make a $10,000 donation to an animal shelter as a mea culpa for using one of photographer Theron Humphrey’s images without permission in a post on their Facebook page