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Weekend Links 8/30/14

August 30th, 2014

The jig is up, Taylor. Monkey selfie lawsuit. This kid is exasperated. Self-defense polish. Clever pandas. Future Drake. Ikea Fake-Out. An elephant and his ribbon. Photographer’s Updates: David Ryder received a Sigma Delta Chi award from The Society of Professional Journalism for his work on The Lobotomy Files in the WSJ. Sam Hodgson new work for The New York Times. New work from David E. …

The Art of Food Styling: Jackie Buckner

November 18th, 2013

by Liz Ream Back in August, KFC launched KFC Eleven, a “fast casual” joint that puts a healthy spin on it’s famous fried chicken. Cincinnati-based photographer Teri Campbell photographed the restaurant, and I delved into the project soon after. What I didn’t realize at the time was that food stylist Jackie Buckner, a member of the WM crew page, worked with Teri on this shoot. …

KFC Eleven

September 16th, 2013

by Liz Ream KFC is putting a healthy new spin on it’s famous fried chicken, and Teri Campbell was recruited to document it. The popular restaurant chain launched it’s new “fast casual” concept on August 5,  marking a different direction for KFC. The single location in Louisville will serve new menu items, unlike those offered by traditional KFC restaurants, in a dramatically changed setting. The …

Sunday Spotlight 4/7/13

April 7th, 2013

 

Yum!

March 26th, 2013

by Maria Luci Proving that search engine optimization really does matter, Teri Campbell was recently hired for a shoot by Yum! Brands after their creative team found him by Googling “food photography”. They were looking for a great food shooter for a new KFC campaign, and when Teri’s name popped up, they quickly clicked to his site. Ironically, Teri had already worked with KFC, shooting …

Writing the Book on Food Photography

November 27th, 2012

Interested in learning what it takes to be a professional food photographer? Perhaps you’re looking for tips on lighting, or marketing, or photographing ice cream, but you’re not sure where to find it all in one place. Well, there’s no better resource than our own top-notch food photographer, Teri Campbell. A commercial photographer for over 25 years, Teri’s accumulated a wealth of knowledge which recently …

Teri Shoots Food… in an Amazing Studio

July 2nd, 2012

Teri Campbell has been a food photographer for longer than he’d like to say (hey, let’s not date ourselves here). He first began shooting while working in-house for Procter & Gamble where he fell in love with working within a creative team. He missed that camaraderie as a solo photographer, but soon found fellowship and his niche as a food shooter—where he works with a …

Sunday Spotlight: 03/11/12

March 11th, 2012

Weekend Links 9/30/11

September 30th, 2011

Somebody give these crazy kids a job. Draw your own adventure. Iconic photos, Lego style. The Photographic Adventures of the original Rin Tin Tin. You can thank Don Draper for Facebook Timeline. Oh Nikon, what were you thinking? His insurance rates must be out of this world. Food porn? Photos prove underwater caves are super creepy… Photographers Update: Austin Walsh‘s Southwest campaign launches. Matthew Coughlin …

Mr. Weldon and Ms. Hanley Go to Washington

April 1st, 2010

Last week our producers Ben and Amanda pulled off a marathon day in Virginia and the District of Columbia, sharing portfolios with The Martin Agency, Smithsonian Magazine and Design Army. They also met up with our local photographers for a drink. Let’s let Amanda and Ben tell us about their adventures, first-hand: After a scenic southward drive from Philly (our HQ), our first stop was …

The Fruitcake Has Landed

December 23rd, 2009

We have to hand it to food photographer Teri Campbell on his unorthodox holiday campaigns surrounding fruitcakes. In years past, he’s challenged his clients to do something clever with the fruitcakes that he’s mailed them, and send him the resulting pictures. One such example (photographed by his client): In the first year, Teri says he was “a bit concerned when the  first three entries …all showed …