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Jon Tonks Explores The Far Reaches of the British Empire
In his long-term documentary project, the photographer surveys the last vestiges of the British Empire—and the people, places and things that define it—with wit and charm.
August 27, 2014 - Features
The Value of Self-Publishing
Three photographers discuss their creative processes and motivations for self-publishing their photography books.
August 26, 2014 - Features
How Nazraeli’s Chris Pichler Determines Book Prices and Print Runs
The founder of Nazraeli Press explains how photo books are traditionally priced, and what photographers need to know about the changing business of book publishing.
August 21, 2014 - Features
Personal Work to Paying Assignments: Michel Leroy’s Rally Bikers Project
How Michel Leroy grabbed attention and jobs with his personal project on bikers at motorcycle rallies.
August 20, 2014 - Features
What’s Your Niche: Sailboat Racing Event Photography
Photographer Allen Clark makes his living shooting sailing regattas along the East Coast and in the Caribbean, and selling prints afterwards to the competitors through his website.
August 20, 2014 - Features
Leverage Your Website: 4 Tips for Strengthening Your Brand
Sponsored content: An agent for professional photographers offers great ideas and advice for building and branding a photography website, including tips for editing and promotion.
August 20, 2014 - Features
When Photographers Become Publishers: Mossless
Crowd-funding and photographers support helped publishers Romke Hoogwaerts grow Mossless from a Tumblr blog into a full-fledged print publication.
August 19, 2014 - Features
Frames Per Second: Filming Song and Dance
The photography/directing duo Angela & Ithyle’s spirited video for Benefit Cosmetics was a lesson in the fun and the challenges of filming choreography.
August 19, 2014 - Features
When Photographers Become Publishers: Tiny Atlas Quarterly
How the digital travel and lifestyle journal founded by Emily Nathan evolved into a print magazine.
August 18, 2014 - Features
Photographers Become Publishers: Manual For Speed
By launching their own professional cycling journal, Daniel Wakefield Pasley and Emiliano Granado filled a void in the sport’s coverage, and built a brand that they’ve parlayed into sponsorships and other commercial work.
August 14, 2014 - Features
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