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Photography in the News; Name your dream assignment

I’ve become engrossed in this site where they pose the question: What is your dream assignment?   Isn’t that such a great idea?  I love exploring peoples dream jobs, hearing about what they’d like to do, how they’d like to capture it, it’s so incredible.  Like this one for example: Walls, the way we separate […]

Photography in the News: Make me a memory

News on photography was a little light this morning but one topic that everyone is talking about is making what was considered old and outdated new again.  Finding the thrill that you get when you use film and you’re waiting for your photos to be developed.  Do you remember your first camera?  What was it? […]

Photography in the News: Selling your work

I’m hitting the archives this week because I had flagged this article from the NY Times a long long time ago and as I was doing some computer spring cleaning I was really thinking about this. Getty is paying people for images that are posted on Flickr.  ”Getty editors would comb Flickr in search of […]

Photography in the News: You never know who you’re shooting

I read this article this weekend in the NY Times about a photographer that did a shoot ten years ago with Madoff (the investor that sunk himself and many others in a scheme of epic proportions).  This had me thinking though, you never know who you’re shooting.  You never really know who they are going […]