Renowned photography blog A Photo A Day interviewed Ryan Pfluger about his image-making process. 1. What do you do before … More
Category: Q&A Series
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 … More
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 … More
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 … More
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 … More
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 … More
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 … More
Q&A: End Of Summer Recommendations
As the summer winds down, it’s a great time to catch up on all that relaxation that you’ve been meaning … More
Q&A: Your fine art vs. commercial career?
Q&A: How do you juggle your fine art and your commercial careers? Lately I’ve seen the lines blurring a little … More
Networking: The good, the bad, and the inevitably awkward. The term “networking” makes me cringe a bit and I’m not … More
Q&A: The Photography Post
A New Magazine Model, Part 3 In the final installment of my three part series about an evolving magazine model, … More
Q&A: A New Magazine Model, 1000Words
A New Magazine Model, Part 2 This month, we’re picking up where we left off examining new approaches to the … More
Photographer’s Location, Continued.
Our last Q&A discussed how a photographer’s location factors into their career and business. I put this question out to … More
Q&A: A Photographer’s Location
Q&A: How does a photographer’s location affect their career? This is one of the questions I always get asked by … More
Q&A: Portfolio Updates
How often should a photographer update their print portfolio? How about the website? Does putting new work on a blog … More
NEW Q&A: Is it time to stop assisting?
While the becoming a photographer doesn’t have the clear career progression some professions do, there is an ideal order to … More
Q&A Series: Photographers Who Do Video With all the modern technology floating around (video on your phone? really?) photographers are … More
Q&A: Role of personal work?
What is the role of a photographer’s personal work? As a photographer, how do you negotiate the two halves of … More
NEW Q&A: Equipment
Q & A: Was there a piece of equipment that saved the shoot? The most valuable thing to have on … More
Put your ego to rest and make great images
Why do photographers shy away from collaborating with other photographers? I understand the need for complete control and, from a … More
Q&A Series: Loyality vs. New Talent?
Q & A SERIES: With budgets tightening, is now the time to stick to your regular photographers, or are you … More
Q & A Series: The Worst Mistakes
Q & A SERIES: THE WORST MISTAKES PHOTOGRAPHERS MAKE This month for our Q&A, I’ve asked industry creatives to name … More
Q&A Series: Photo-blogging
Q&A: How does competition affect you?
That’s the question we’ve posed to some creative professionals (photo editors, photographers, art buyers, etc.) this month. We hope their … More