Category Archives: Q&A Series

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Ryan Pfluger Interviewed on A Photo a Day

Renowned photography blog A Photo A Day interviewed Ryan Pfluger about his image-making process. 1. What do you do before and during the shoot to cultivate the kind of intimacy your shoots clearly enjoy? Even in the celebrity portraits, it

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Ryan Pfluger Interviewed on A Photo a Day

Renowned photography blog A Photo A Day interviewed Ryan Pfluger about his image-making process. 1. What do you do before and during the shoot to cultivate the kind of intimacy your shoots clearly enjoy? Even in the celebrity portraits, it

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Evan Kafka Interviewed for Shutterbug Magazine’s “Marketing Your Work”

Evan Kafka was interviewed for Shutterbug Magazine’s December 2012 Issue! The article, entitled “Marketing Your Work”, shares tips and advice about promotions and marketing from Evan and several other photo professionals. To find out Evan’s thoughts on branding, successful marketing

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Evan Kafka Interviewed for Shutterbug Magazine’s “Marketing Your Work”

Evan Kafka was interviewed for Shutterbug Magazine’s December 2012 Issue! The article, entitled “Marketing Your Work”, shares tips and advice about promotions and marketing from Evan and several other photo professionals. To find out Evan’s thoughts on branding, successful marketing

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Trevor Dixon Shoots Campbell’s Go Soup Campaign for DDW

Campbell’s Soup Co. recently launched a new product line, Campbell’s Go Soups, and Trevor Dixon shot portraits for the packaging. The product is different from anything the company has previously created, as the soups are packaged in plastic pouches and sold in a

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Trevor Dixon Shoots Campbell’s Go Soup Campaign for DDW

Campbell’s Soup Co. recently launched a new product line, Campbell’s Go Soups, and Trevor Dixon shot portraits for the packaging. The product is different from anything the company has previously created, as the soups are packaged in plastic pouches and sold in a

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Trevor Dixon Directs and Shoots Motion and Print Campaign for BHLDN

Trevor Dixon and BHLDN recently teamed up to create a new collaboration project. Although the two have had a partnership for years, the new project included Trevor directing and shooting still photographs and five motion videos for BHLDN. Thus, the bridal company (which

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Trevor Dixon Directs and Shoots Motion and Print Campaign for BHLDN

Trevor Dixon and BHLDN recently teamed up to create a new collaboration project. Although the two have had a partnership for years, the new project included Trevor directing and shooting still photographs and five motion videos for BHLDN. Thus, the bridal company (which

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Adam Taylor Shoots James “The Missle” Magnussen for Samsung Olympic Partner Campaign

Australian swimmer James “The Missle” Magnussen is a favored Olympic hopeful this year at the 2012 London Olympics. The 6’5”, 22-year-old swimmer rose to international attention when he won the 100m freestyle at the World Championships in Shanghai last year. Continuing

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Adam Taylor Shoots James “The Missle” Magnussen for Samsung Olympic Partner Campaign

Australian swimmer James “The Missle” Magnussen is a favored Olympic hopeful this year at the 2012 London Olympics. The 6’5”, 22-year-old swimmer rose to international attention when he won the 100m freestyle at the World Championships in Shanghai last year. Continuing

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Evan Kafka for Ogilvy & Mather and Huggies

It’s that all-too-familiar moment when you are making eye contact with a baby and he/she lets you in on a little secret: they’re the ones who are really in control of the situation. In their third campaign with Glasshouse photographer

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Evan Kafka for Ogilvy & Mather and Huggies

It’s that all-too-familiar moment when you are making eye contact with a baby and he/she lets you in on a little secret: they’re the ones who are really in control of the situation. In their third campaign with Glasshouse photographer

Q&A: Photographers shooting video… continued.

Last month we put a question out to producers about what photographers need to know about making their first steps into video/motion. Since last month’s assignment email was such a hit, we’re following it up with an extended version of

Q&A: Photographers shooting video… continued.

Last month we put a question out to producers about what photographers need to know about making their first steps into video/motion. Since last month’s assignment email was such a hit, we’re following it up with an extended version of