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How an Online Multimedia Story Inspired Rob Howard to Explore New Storytelling Techniques

May 27, 2016 · Features

New York Times staffer Todd Heisler's "One in 8 Million" multimedia series inspired Rob Howard's documentary film series "Makers." More »

Q&A Luca Zordan on How to Shoot Great Kids' Photography

May 26, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

 The photographer and founder of kids’ fashion magazine L’Enfanterrible has advice on making fashion photos for kids. More »

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Michael Lundgren’s Photographic Fable About Time, Nature, Growth and Decay

May 26, 2016 · Photo Books

Lundgren's new book, Matter, is an "elegiac fable" about our man-altered earth, the passage of time and what photography can convey. More »

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How I Got That Shot: Versatile Beauty Lighting

May 25, 2016 · Lighting

LA-based photographer Mark Leibowitz explains how he adapts his fashion and beauty lighting to shoot sports apparel. More »

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How Bicycling Magazine's Design Director Finds and Collaborates with Photographers

May 23, 2016 · Features

Jesse Southerland has overseen the transformation of Bicycling magazine's design and photography. Here, he reveals how he finds, hires and engages with photographers. More »

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What You Need to Know to Shoot Better Video

May 23, 2016 · Video

Photographers-turned-directors, editors and grips reveal what they've learned about creating videos, from capturing sound and moving images to handling post production.  More »

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Video Reels that Land Assignments

May 19, 2016 · Marketing

 How do you present your motion work in a way that earns the confidence of commercial clients?  More »

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Advice for Planning a Distribution Strategy for Your Film

May 18, 2016 · Marketing

Experienced filmmakers share their do's and don'ts of planning a film distribution. More »

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Interview: SFMOMA’s Sandra Phillips

May 13, 2016 · Features

As SFMOMA opens its expanded exhibition space for photography, longtime photography curator Sandra S. Phillips, who will retire next month, discusses the museum’s big investment in photography, the need to show and collect the work of women and artists with diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds, and her plans for her new position as Curator Emeritus.  More »

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Caleb Charland's Experimental Photographs Create a World of Wonder

May 13, 2016 · Features

In a new exhibition, Charland's photograms and film photographs reference the scientific principals of time and light to create a sense of wonder in viewers. More »

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How to Break into Kids' Photography

May 13, 2016 · Features

Successful kids' photographers explain how they developed their style, made connections in the industry, and used Instagram to get commercial assignments. More »

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Kids' Photography Grows Up

May 12, 2016 · Features

Influenced by more fashion-savvy consumers and new platforms for showcasing innovative kids' photography, U.S. brands are embracing a more sophisticated esthetic. More »

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Picture Story: A Soccer Team for the Homeless

May 09, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

ESPN picked up Preston Gannaway's photo essay about a soccer team for homeless youths, which is also the story of one young trans woman in San Francisco. More »

Marketing Creative and Technical Services to Land Video Clients

May 06, 2016 · Marketing

LA-based videographer Michael Cooley promotes his services to companies that need affordable video solutions with a creative vision and strategy. More »

How Photography and Storytelling Experience Helped Chris Floyd Break in to Video

May 06, 2016 · Marketing

London-based photographer-director Chris Floyd’s ability to create a coherent live-action narrative helped launch his filmmaking career and led to representation with a production company. Image © Alice Sykes. More »

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Marketing Strategies That Land Video Assignments

May 06, 2016 · Marketing

PDN asked successful directors how they’ve built their portfolios and marketed their work, and found out how feedback from clients has shaped their approach. More »

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Brook Pifer on Marketing Video Work to Ad Clients

May 06, 2016 · Marketing

Brook Pifer discusses the marketing strategies that have landed her video assignments from advertising clients. Image © Jennifer Beverly.  More »

Offering the Full Package: How Logan Havens Lands Video clients

May 06, 2016 · Marketing

By pitching himself as someone who can direct still and video packages, Logan Havens has landed work with magazines, nonprofits and a production company. More »

Transitioning from Stills to Video: How Personal Projects Helped Rob Howard Land Video Work

May 06, 2016 · Marketing

Through a series of personal projects, the photographer/director honed his filmmaking skills and created a marketable portfolio that has landed him motion assignments. More »

Choosing the Best Distribution Platform for Your Film

May 04, 2016 · Marketing

You've made your film; now how can you most effectively share it with the public? PDN looks at the pros and cons of video on demand, subscription services, DIY options and more. Image © Halcyon/Design: Jay Zawislak/Second Melody. 


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How Storytelling Platform Narratively Assigns and Selects Photo Stories

May 03, 2016 · Marketing

Zara Katz, director of photography at Narratively, discusses how photographers can pitch stories and land assignments from the online publication. More »

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PDN May 2016: The Video & Motion Issue

May 02, 2016 · Features

The May 2016 issue of PDN, which focusses on video and motion. More »

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What's Your Niche? Alison Cohen Rosa, Movie Set Photographer

May 02, 2016 · Marketing

The former commercial lifestyle photographer talks about her career change, and what it's like working on the sets of Inside Llewyn Davis, Birdman, Hail, Caesar! and other films. More »

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FotoFest Takeaways

April 29, 2016 · Features

No one can see everything at Houston’s FotoFest, but six reviewers tell us what got their attention. More »

Frames Per Second: Stan Douglas's Ambitious Look at Terrorism

April 28, 2016 · Video

In "The Secret Agent," the prolific photographer/filmmaker uses multiple screens to present a narrative from different perspectives.  More »

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The Teachers, Mentors and Boosters That Inspired the 2016 PDN's 30

April 27, 2016 · Features

This year's emerging photographers pay homage to their trusted advisors whose advice, critiques and encouragement helped launch their careers. More »

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Alejandro Chaskielberg: All That Remains in Otsuchi, Japan

April 26, 2016 · Photo Books

In his new book, the photographer combines his nighttime long-exposures with found family photos to explore the past, present and future of a Japanese fishing community struggling to rebuild after the 2011 tsunami. More »

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How the PDN’s 30 2016 Broke Into Photography

April 25, 2016 · Marketing

More business lessons and good advice learned by the 2016 PDN’s 30 photographers as they began their careers in professional photography.  More »

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How I Got That Shot: A Downton Abbey Group Portrait, In Camera

April 20, 2016 · Lighting

Jesse Dittmar explains how he photographed the cast and producers of Downton Abbey at a challenging location, on a tight schedule and budget. More »

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Glenna Gordon's Diagram of the Heart

April 19, 2016 · Photo Books

In her new book, the photographer investigates the surprising subculture of Muslim romance novelists in northern Nigeria. More »

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Moving from Assistant to Photographer

April 15, 2016 · Photo Assistants

Established photographers reveal what it took to go from working as photo assistants to making a name for themselves, and what skill sets they needed to learn to make the transition. More »

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Create Spotlight: Visual Storytelling at The Atlantic

April 14, 2016 · Marketing

Creative director Darhil Crooks explains how he works with photographers to create images for the magazine known for long-form journalism and big ideas. More »

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Photo Editors’ Tips on How To Photograph Celebrities

April 13, 2016 · Marketing

The photo editors from OUT and WWD discuss what they’ve learned working in the celebrity-photographer-publicist machine. 

 

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From Assistant to Photographer: How David Paul Larson Built His Career in Fashion Photography

April 08, 2016 · Photo Assistants

A former assistant to Norman Jean Roy and Mark Seliger explains his disciplined, people-driven approach to launching his career. More »

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What's Your Niche? John and Jeannine Henebry, Golf Course Landscape Photographers

April 06, 2016 · Marketing

The brother-and-sister team talks about photographing the world's most exclusive golf courses for commercial and editorial clients. Photo © Mary Henebry. More »

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Tracing The Final Hours of a Victim of a U.S. Airstrike

April 05, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

How Kabul-based photojournalist Andrew Quilty reported the story of a victim killed in the U.S. airstrike that destroyed the MSF hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan.  More »

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Business Advice from Past PDN's 30 Photographers

April 04, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

The photographers talk about their best and worst business decisions, and the lessons they've learned as a result. More »

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PDN April 2016: The PDN's 30 Issue

April 01, 2016 · Features

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Create Spotlight: How The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard Hire Photographers

March 29, 2016 · Marketing

Jennifer Laski, photo and video director of The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard, explains how she works with photographers to meet her publications' demand for entertainment images on many platforms. More »

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Scenes of the Crimes: Brian Cassella on Justin Cook's Intimate Look at Crime and Criminal Justice

March 28, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Chicago Tribune photojournalist Brian Cassella reveals how the intimacy in Justin Cook's "Made in Durham" project inspires his work. More »

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5 Photographers Reveal Their Studio Must-Haves

March 25, 2016 · Features

From technical cameras to overhead rigs, and rolling carts to comfy chairs, photographers tell us which items in their workspaces have a positive influence on their creativity and productivity. More »

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How I Got That Shot: Wet-Plate Portraits in a Flash

March 24, 2016 · Lighting

How Luke White and Paul Alsop crafted sharp wet-plate portraits without long exposures. More »

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Frames Per Second: On Launching a Production Company

March 21, 2016 · Video

The two journalists who founded Granny Cart Productions have learned that both commercial and journalism clients need experienced storytellers who can handle every aspect of video production. More »

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How to Turn a Private Studio into a Side Business

March 18, 2016 · Features

For photographers who maintain private studios, renting their space can help subsidize their costs and connect them to their creative communities. More »

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David Maisel's Spanish Landscapes

March 17, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

The photographer's new series of aerial photographs of the Spanish countryside reveal shapes and textures created by centuries of agriculture. More »

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5 Financial Strategies That Save Photographers Money

March 10, 2016 · Features

With a little research and good record-keeping, freelance photographers can avoid some common business mistakes. More »

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What's Your Niche?: Joe Gold, Jewelry Photographer

March 10, 2016 · Features

The New York-based photographer, who began his career shooting jewelry for catalogues more than 30 years ago, continues to use "old school" methods to photograph fine jewelry for top brands and designers.  More »

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Jan Banning Compares Criminal Justice Systems in New Book Law & Order

March 09, 2016 · Photo Books

By juxtaposing images from prisons in four countries, the photographer's project confounds easy assumptions about criminal justice. More »

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Photo Studio Tour: Inside the 57,000 Sq. Ft. JohnsonRauhoff Studio

March 08, 2016 · Features

Once an auto dealership, the sprawling JohnsonRauhoff studios employs 12 staff photographers, adaptable shooting spaces and 11,000 sq. ft. of storage. More »

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Photo Studio Tour: RJ Muna's Dream Studio

March 08, 2016 · Features

Muna used his experience shooting in studios all over the world to create his ideal San Francisco space, which includes four rental studios and common areas that help clients relax and reset. More »

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Photo Studio Tour: JUCO Studios

March 08, 2016 · Features

Julia Galdo and Cody Cloud’s L.A. studio features "lovely" natural light, vintage décor, outdoor space and a quiet office. More »

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Photo Studio Tour: Jeremy and Claire Weiss's XIX Studios

March 08, 2016 · Features

With a ski lodge-like barroom and several offices for rent, the Weiss’s L.A. studio acts as both a community center for creative people and a smart real estate investment. More »

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Photo Studio Tour: BurkleHagen Food Photography Studio

March 08, 2016 · Video

The food photographers reveal how they're attracting clients to Cleveland using their 6,000-square-foot studio.  More »

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Photo Studio Tour: Henry Leutwyler's Second Home in NYC

March 06, 2016 · Features

Leutwyler’s studio features modern design, space for three setups and an expansive view of the New York City skyline. More »

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Studio Visits: Photographers Offer a Peek Inside Their Studios

March 06, 2016 · Features

Photographers across the U.S. explain how they built their studios to reflect their style; to welcome clients, subjects and friends; and to inspire them in their work. More »

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Create Spotlight: Gather Journal and the Theater of Food

March 04, 2016 · Features

Gather Journal creative director Michele Outland tells PDN how the magazine has challenged photographers to take food imagery in new directions.  More »

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Grant Opportunity: How to Pitch the Economic Hardship Reporting Project

March 04, 2016 · Marketing

The Economic Hardship Reporting Project (EHRP) executive editor and photo editor explain how the organization supplements fees paid by media outlets for photographic coverage of economic inequity issues in the U.S. More »

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When Clients Want Visual Storytelling

March 03, 2016 · Marketing

In these excerpts of interviews from the PDN archive, advertising clients explain how they find photographers who can deliver authentic visual stories for a variety of media. More »

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Picture Story: Life After Murder

March 02, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Chicago Tribune photographer Brian Cassella makes day-after visits to murder scenes in neighborhoods all over the city for his series about ordinary people and the lives they live amidst gun violence. More »

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PDN March 2016: The Studio Issue

March 01, 2016 · Features

The table of contents for the March 2016 issue of PDN, which focusses on studios. More »

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Frames Per Second: Is a DSLR or a Cinema Camera Right for Your Video?

February 29, 2016 · Video

As prices on cinema cameras fall, and mirrorless models become more capable, filmmakers are exploring alternatives to the DSLR. More »

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Exposures: Michael Christopher Brown's Journey into the Libyan Civil War

February 26, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Michael Christopher Brown's book Libyan Sugar tells the bloody, brutal, confusing story of the Libyan Revolution in a personal way. More »

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End Frame: Elevating the Ordinary—Andrew Hetherington on Steve Pyke

February 25, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Hetherington recalls how an album cover, photographed by Pyke in the 1990s, inspired him to explore portraiture. More »

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Inside Music Photography: Getting Paid And Managing Approvals

February 25, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

When musicians choose photographers but the music label pays the photographers' fees, it can raise a question over who has final say over photo selection. More »

Does Spending Your Own Money on Editorial Shoots Pay Off?

February 23, 2016 · Marketing

Photographers discuss how they decide whether or not to shell out their own money when editorial budgets aren’t big enough for the shoot they—or their clients—envision.  More »

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When Musicians Choose Photographers

February 23, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Why record labels are letting artists select the photographers who will shape their image and branding. More »

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How I Got That Shot: Creating Theatrical Lighting for a Dramatic Portrait

February 22, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Dana Hursey recreates stage lighting, and captures lightning in a bottle, in a conceptual portrait of a DJ. More »

© APRIL GREER

Client Meeting: A Branding Agency with a Sense of Place

February 19, 2016 · Marketing

Known for branding real estate companies, Merrick Towle Communications is expanding into travel and hospitality, and using photography to reach consumers. More »

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A Mysterious Family Discovery Inspires Holly Andres's "The Fallen Fawn"

February 16, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

To create her new series, "The Fallen Fawn," Holly Andres began with her sisters' recollection of a childhood discovery. More »

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Getting Creative With Editorial Budgets: Amanda Friedman's Elizabeth Olsen Cover for Stella

February 10, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Amanda Friedman reveals how location and lighting choices helped her deliver an elegant shoot with actress Elizabeth Olsen. More »

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Getting Creative With Editorial Budgets: Emily Shur's Will Ferrell Shoot for FHM

February 10, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Emily Shur reveals how she maximized an all-in budget for a six-setup shoot with Will Ferrell.  More »

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Getting Creative With Editorial Budgets: Art Streiber's Silicon Valley Production for GQ

February 10, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Art Streiber breaks down how he and his team utilized their budget to execute a complex shoot in a single day. More »

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Great Photographers on How They Make Work That Matters

February 09, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

 Interviews with master photographers who reflect on creativity and pushing their work forward. Highlights from PDN's archive. More »

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Assistant to Professional Photographer: Shaina Fishman, Pet Whisperer

February 08, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Shaina Fishman explains how she methodically built a career in commercial animal photography while also working as a digital tech for Peter Lindbergh. More »

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How Celebrity Portrait Photographers Beat the Clock

February 05, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Celebrity photographers reveal how they optimize their often limited time with the talent during shoots. More »

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How Photo Editors Find and Hire Photographers

February 03, 2016 · Marketing

In these excerpts of interviews from the PDN archive, editorial clients discuss their hiring process. More »

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Documenting a Battle Over Abortion

February 02, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Jody Rogac combines portraiture and reportage on a story for MSNBC.com about shrinking access to abortion for women in Texas.
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PDN February 2016: The Celebrity Issue

February 01, 2016 · Features

The February 2016 issue of PDN focusses on celebrities.  More »

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How I Got That Shot: Tal Roberts Captures Free Skier Trick At Dusk

January 29, 2016 · Lighting

Outdoor photographer Tal Roberts captured freestyle skier Karl Fostvedt at dusk using strobes to highlight and shape the dimensions of the jump. More »

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14 Successful Promotional Pieces

January 29, 2016 · Marketing

In this gallery, we've called attention to the printed promotional pieces that have cut through the clutter, and earned the praise and attention of clients. More »

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James Welling On Drawing with Space and Light

January 29, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

James Welling layers images of dancers with architectural and landscape photographs to create "psychedelic" studies of movement and space. More »

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The Funding and Distribution of a Feature-Length Documentary

January 28, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

The documentary T-Rex is making circuit of film festivals around North America. Photographer/ filmmaker Zackary Canepari explains how he got the project funded and brought to the screen. More »

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Ethan Hill's Handmade Books: The Making of a Targeted Promotion

January 27, 2016 · Marketing

Portrait photographer Ethan Hill created handmade, self-published photo books as a way to send "pocket portfolios" of his personal work to carefully selected clients.  More »

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Picture Story: Michael Williamson On His Approach to a Story About the Family That Harbored Dylann Roof

January 25, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

The award-winning photojournalist explains how he gained the trust of the South Carolina family under
scrutiny for failing to act on warning signs about the racist murderer living in their home. 
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Max Wanger on Tim Walker's World of Whimsy

January 25, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Wanger explains why Walker's work, and his scrapbooking process, are continuing sources of inspiration.   More »

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Sue Bryce on Building and Maintaining A Social Media Audience

January 22, 2016 · Marketing

Photographer Sue Bryce shares her social media recipe and dishes on how she's nurtured an active and sizable following.  More »

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Career-Changing Personal Projects: Laurie Frankel's Tissue Paper Promos

January 22, 2016 · Marketing

Laurie Frankel's project, "Recycled Beauty," challenged her to make still lifes from garbage. Her promos of the work earned her assignments and awards. More »

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Photographer Sian Davey's Personal Look at Raising a Child With Down Syndrome

January 20, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Sian Davey's book, Looking for Alice, wrestles with the complexities of motherhood and family through an examination of the photographer's relationship with her youngest child, Alice, who has Down Syndrome. More »

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Career-Changing Personal Projects: Max Wanger's Kid Photography

January 19, 2016 · Marketing

After photographing his own children, Max Wanger recognized an opportunity for kids work. His self-assigned test project, "Hide & Seek," has earned him new opportunities. More »

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Making Promotional Pieces That Stand Out

January 18, 2016 · Marketing

There's no formula for creating the perfect promotional piece, but PDN asked several art producers and photo directors about memoriate promos, and found common patterns emerged. More »

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Photos for the Radio: NPR's Visuals Department Expands Storytelling Online

January 15, 2016 · Marketing

As NPR expands its website, the company has grown its visual team to help reporters and editors inform and challenge viewers. More »

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Career-Changing Personal Projects: Spencer Lowell's Mars Rover Study

January 13, 2016 · Marketing

A longtime science and technology enthusiast, Spencer Lowell's documentation of the Mars Rover was a passion project that ultimately launched his career. More »

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Advice From a Fundraising Expert About Soliciting Donations and Applying For Grants

January 11, 2016 · Marketing

Fractured Atlas senior program director for fiscal sponsorship, Dianne Debicella, offers her advice for photographers about finding financial support for their work. More »

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Building Your Brand: Designers' Advice On Effective Branding

January 08, 2016 · Marketing

Designers say that many photographers don't think enough about their own brand, or what differentiates them from the competition. More »

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How To Monetize Your Social Media Following

January 06, 2016 · Marketing

Building an active and attractive social media page doesn't just draw followers, it might also attract new clients. PDN dug through the archives to find tips for building appealing and professional social media pages. More »

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What's Your Niche? Stuart Palley on Photographing Wildfires

January 05, 2016 · Photographer Interviews

Los Angeles-based editorial and commercial photographer Stuart Palley talks about the gear and training required to photograph wildfires—and about how to stay safe on the scene. More »

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PDN January 2016: The Marketing and Branding Issue

January 01, 2016 · Features

The January, 2016 edition of PDN, which focuses on marketing and branding. More »

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Ayana V. Jackson on Carrie Mae Weems and Examining Photographic History

December 31, 2015 · Photographer Interviews

Weems's use in her work of ethnographic photos of slaves inspired Jackson's process of transforming historical material. More »

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What's Your Niche: Jānis Miglavs, Wine Photographer

December 30, 2015 · Marketing

A veteran commercial photographer, Jānis Miglavs has photographed wineries in the U.S., Europe and China for book projects and assignments, amassing a specialized stock photo collection along the way. More »

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Carla Jay Harris's Images Investigate Physical and Psychological Space

December 29, 2015 · Photographer Interviews

By compositing her photographs of family and friends, found imagery and wallpaper-like prints, Harris explores the intersection of external and internal spaces. More »

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