Category: Business of Photography

We’re looking for an intern! That’s really all you need to know, but feel free to dig into this verbose and over-written set of guidelines we created in response to one university’s multiple-text-field submission template.

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Have you heard about the New York Times article? Apparently it’s getting harder to make a living as a professional photographer. Who knew?

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Should I pretend not to be tickled to see my work reproduced on a giant highway billboard? Would it add to the mystique of my brand? Wouldn’t a certain affected indifference be more fitting a seasoned professional? Then A) how would you know it was mine? and B) I can’t help myself.

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Ninety percent of the time I’m viewing my work, and everyone else’s work for that matter, on a computer screen. Back in the darkroom days, the first thrilling glimpse I got of my image was on a contact sheet, and the next was an 8×10 print, which I could hold in my hands, write on, […]

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