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Sarah Lim: Barbecue Heaven

November 20th, 2014

by Liz Ream Austin-based photographer Sarah Lim recently shot for Canon’s PIXMA PRO City Senses tour- a campaign that explores the taste, touch, smell and sounds of three major cities: Austin, Boston and Seattle. Each city has a different theme, and naturally, Austin’s theme was live music and hometown pride. As Sarah says, “you can’t come to Austin to see music and not experience the BBQ culture,” so …

Scott Gilbert: Capturing Maserati

November 19th, 2014

by Liz Ream Scott Gilbert was recently approached with a bit of an interesting opportunity for a Maserati campaign: the client wanted studio shots, location shots and running footage for a TV commercial. Although this presented a few logistical challenges, Scott was excited to dive head first into the different aspects of the project. He had a lot of lead time, and immediately began compiling the …

Ian MacLellan: The Wild Moisie River

November 18th, 2014

by Liz Ream  When it comes to outdoor adventure, Ian MacLellan is about as extreme as they come. (Think ‘ hanging off the corner of an untouched cliff over a river that’s only accessible by float plane.’) This was part of a recent adventure along the wild Moisie River in Quebec, Canada— the result of one of the Huckberry Explorer’s Grants that Ian received. The grant …

Milcho Pipin: Locked Up

November 14th, 2014

by Liz Ream For a recent personal project, Milcho Pipin not only spent six months preparing, he also broke a 40-year media shutout to gain access. The project took place at The Central Penitentiary of the State of Parana in Brazil— temporary home to 1,480 inmates and victim to overcrowding problems and precarious infrastructural conditions. With Locked Up, Milcho captures the expressions of male and female inmates, …

Marketing: Portfolio Meetings for Samantha Wolov

November 12th, 2014

by Jillian Pekel All photographers know they’re supposed to market themselves. But not everyone has the time, patience or expertise to do it all by themselves. That’s where we come in! We love helping great photographers get noticed, and we especially love when people ask for help. A few Fridays back, I answered a phone call from San Francisco-based fashion photographer Samantha Wolov. Samantha and I have …

An Elk Hunt With Hillary Maybery

November 10th, 2014

by Liz Ream For the last 10 years, Hillary Maybery had been shooting weddings (very beautifully and successfully, might I add). However, she recently made the decision to push her work to the next level, and came to WM for the development of her commercial site. Just months later, she has taken her wedding site down and is completely focused on her commercial lifestyle, fashion and kids work. Here …

Print Mailer: We’re Hardcore

November 7th, 2014

by Liz Ream What’s more hardcore than a face-painted, heavy metal chef eating udon noodle stir fry? Wonderful Machine, of course! That’s why we chose the below image, shot by Tampa-based photographer Bob Croslin, for our October print mailer. The image was sent out to 2,993 creatives in the US to remind them that when it comes to finding what they’re looking for, We’re Hardcore.  Bob gave …

Cade Martin: Day of the Dead

November 6th, 2014

by Liz Ream  Cade Martin has been visiting Mexico since he was a little boy, and even got married there. He recently returned to photograph a holiday that he’s been intrigued with since his first trip to Mexico: Day of the Dead (Dia De Los Muertos). On Day of the Dead, participants dress up to revel in their ancestors’ past glory and how they lived their …

Pricing & Negotiating: Motion for Small Business Services Company

November 5th, 2014

by Jess Dudley Shoot Concept: Testimonials, man-on-the-street interviews and b-roll video of an annual corporate conference Licensing: Web Collateral use of one 2:00 minute edited video Location: Hotel conference center Shoot Days: 1 Photographer: Portrait, Lifestyle and Motion Specialist Agency: N/A – Client Direct Client: A Small Business Services Company A few months ago, one of our California-based photographers asked me to help her pull …

Julie Bidwell: Eat Clean, Live Well

November 3rd, 2014

by Liz Ream Julie Bidwell just recently finished up a year long project photographing a cookbook called Eat Clean, Live Well alongside author Terry Walters. It was just released on November 1 and Julie was kind enough to share some photos with me and answer a few questions about the project. Enjoy! How did you get involved with this cookbook? I’ve worked with the author, …

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 drag …

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, …

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