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Happy Halloween!

October 31st, 2014

by Liz Ream Ahh, Halloween again. Some win, some lose. If you thrive on theatrics, it’s a dream come true for which you prepare by thinking up the most unique creative costume and visiting the nearest craft shop to lavishly deck out your five dollar thrift store gems. (Because no way you’ll be caught in a store-bought costume … DIY or nothing.) Others of you may …

Matt Nager: Farming Charlotte’s Web

October 29th, 2014

by Liz Ream This past June, we spoke with Denver-based photographer Matt Nager for a feature on Charlotte’s Web— a non euphoric strain of medical marijuana. Charlotte’s Web is used to treat children with epilepsy in California and Colorado and is in high demand around the country. Matt was recently contacted by TIME to shoot photos of the farm where Charlotte’s Web is grown, featuring …

The BackRoads with Jamey Guy

October 27th, 2014

by Liz Ream This past summer, Jamey Guy was in Minnesota for some book showings and a vacation with family. He drove back to Atlanta solo while his wife and daughter hopped a plane. Naturally, he took the opportunity to cruise the back roads through Wisconsin and Illinois. The hills, plains and dairy farms provided a nice setting for a little personal work and self …

Jason Myers: A Promo Fresh from Florida

October 24th, 2014

by Liz Ream In light of our promo features this week, I couldn’t leave out this fresh and unique gift recently created by Jason Myers. When Jason decided to make a big move from South Florida to Nashville, TN earlier this year, he wanted to come up with a special promo that would really resonate with his new client base. After careful consideration, Jason came …

Expert Advice: Creative & Memorable Promotions

October 22nd, 2014

by Delaney Dobson For some photographers, promoting their business can be an exciting experience, and for others it’s more of a struggle. While the majority of photographers resort to business cards, postcards, and other typical means of promotion, some use unique and memorable ways to promote themselves and their businesses. These promotional materials leave a lasting impression on the clients to whom they have been sent, …

Design: A Sleek New Site for Javier Pierini

October 21st, 2014

by Melissa Ginsiorsky Javier Pierini is one of our member photographers based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In his first consulting venture with us, Javier was looking to reevaluate his marketing materials, to see what he was doing well and what needed improvement. We started with a Branding & Marketing plan, and from there decided that Javier’s branding and his web edit could use some work. …

Tears: Matt Nager / 5280 Magazine

October 21st, 2014

Rocco Ceselin’s Hot Rod Fever

October 20th, 2014

by Liz Ream Rocco Ceselin has been working with 3rd & Army Apparel for some time now, each series being a new opportunity for him to really showcase his creative mind. The last one was centered around The American Dream, and took place in the historic Los Angeles Stahl House. Keeping with the American theme, his most recent series comes to us from the emptied …

Tears: Philip Cheung / Inspirato Magazine

October 20th, 2014

Weekend Links 10/18/14

October 18th, 2014

Pumpkin Time Bomb! DIY Graffiti. 177 Countries. Tourist Cam. The Holy Grail. So much work. Animal Love. Shark Attack! Multi-use. Portable Desk! A Beautiful Goodbye. Constructive Criticism. Photographers Update Vance Jacobs was featured on a Full Time Photographer podcast, which includes a shoutout to Wonderful Machine!  David Carlier was selected as Red Bull’s “Adventure Shot of the Week” Elisabeth Caren‘s work opened at the Sphinx …

Photo Editing: A Winning Look for Jason Evans

October 17th, 2014

by Sean Stone Rhode Island-based sports and portrait photographer Jason Evans recently worked with us on a Branding and Marketing Plan, after which he began diligently following our recommendations, including a fresh web edit. Jason has years of success shooting major sports events (does it get more major than the Olympics?), as well as editorial and corporate portraits, but decided he wanted to more aggressively pursue …

A Flight With Michael Kelley

October 16th, 2014

by Liz Ream While Michael Kelley is primarily an architectural photographer, he also has an “unquenchable love for all things aviation.” In an attempt to quench this love, he has recently been working on a personal project photographing Southern California from the air, which ultimately led to an extremely unique and special editorial project. Michael was contacted by 805 Living, a magazine that covers various …

Bushwig Drag Festival

October 15th, 2014

by Jessica Stewart Recently, Chris Sorensen decided to test out some new equipment and a few new techniques and the result was truly spectacular! He headed out to Bushwig, a drag festival in New York, and captured the spirit of the event with these engaging, fabulous and colorful portraits.  I typically shoot travel and documentary, almost exclusively with natural light, and editorial portraiture, which is …

Tears: Kyle Dreier / Chinet

October 15th, 2014

Tears: Kamil Bialous / US Airways Magazine

October 14th, 2014

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