PDN October 2011

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The Ten Best Photo Portfolio Apps for the iPad
These iPad portfolio apps will help you produce eye-catching multimedia photo presentations on Apple’s sleek tablet device.

Why Photographers Love Tumblr
Photographers are flocking to the micro-blogging platform for its immediacy, ease of use and social marketing potential.

Bringing Documentary Photography To a 
Grassroots Audience 
To build public awareness of the challenges facing Afghanistan’s women, ART WORKS Projects is making its newest photo exhibition accessible, affordable and easy to display.

Veteran Photo Book Publisher Michael Mack Plunges Into The E-Book Market
-Veteran Food Photographer Jeff Kauck Changes With The Times
- David Eulitt: Talking Football Photography

Pictures of Me: W.M. Hunt
A longtime collector reveals what he’s learned about photography and himself while acquiring more than 1,000 works over the course of 30 years.

How a Licensing Agent Selects Photos
An agent responsible for licensing fine-art images for home decor prints and commercial products explains what images she looks for and where she finds them.

Right Stuff: Stills and Motion in One Orange Box
Sean Busher has come up with a portfolio book that integrates new technology with tried-and-true marketing tools.


How I Got That Shot: Lighting A Rock ‘n’ Roll Portrait
David Bowman shoots musician Brian Setzer for Guitar Aficionado magazine.

E-Project: The Architecture of Flowers
In a project that merges science and art, photographer Giles Revell explores the structure of plants using a CT scanner.

Objects of Desire
-Pentax 645D Red “Japan” Edition

-Blurb Instagram Books$0
-Chrome Niko Camera Bags
-LockCircle aluminum DSLR camera body cap

Product Reviews
-The Leica M9-P
-Epson’s Stylus Photo R3000 Photo Printer
Panasonic’s LUMIX DMC-GF3

State Power: A Look at Donald Weber's New Book
A new book by Donald Weber presents both dramatic and subtle images of power and control in Russia and the Ukraine.

City Search: Gregory Halpern Explores
Gregory Halpern explores and makes photos in some of the country’s oldest 
Rust Belt cities.

End Frame:
Catching the Public Eye

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