July 2013

The Fine-Art Photography Issue

© Ina Jang/Courtesy od Foley Gallery

© Ina Jang/Courtesy od Foley Gallery A photo by Ina Jang titled “onigiri,” 2009. Jang explains how she recently signed with Foley Gallery in New York City in “Landing Gallery Representation.”

PDNews
In “Too Young to Die,” Carlos Javier Ortiz has documented personal stories to show the causes and consequences of gun violence; aviation photographer Chad Slattery explains the risks and rewards of his specialty; tips on applying for grants from winners of Minnesota’s Artist Initiative Grants.
BY DAVID WALKER

THE FINE-ART ISSUE

Landing Gallery Representation
Four photographers who have recently signed with a new gallery explain the steps they took to get their photos seen, and their galleries explain the work’s appeal.

How to Sell Your Work Professionally
Artists reveal how they’ve sold their own work to collectors and institutions without diminishing their prestige or alienating gallerists who may want to represent them in the future.
BY CONOR RISCH

A Guide to Pricing your Prints
Gallery owners offer their advice about how to research the market and set the right price for your ne-art prints.
BY HOLLY STUART HUGHES

CREATE

Client Meeting: Getting Back to Stern’s Pictorial Roots
The redesigned German news weekly renews its commitment to photography.
BY EDGAR ALLEN BEEM

THe winners’ gallery for the curator: the search for Outstanding and undiscovered fine-art Photography

TECH

How I Got That Shot: Still-Life Photography on a Grand Scale
When Nigel Cox landed a gig with one of his dream clients, Dwell, he pitched an unusual idea: to shoot fabric-covered objects that appear to be suspended in air.
BY HOLLY STUART HUGHES

Objects of Desire
76 TASCAM DR-60D, Sigma USB Dock, Blackmagic Design Pocket Cinema Camera and Lowepro Flipside Sport 20L AW.
BY JOSH ROOT AND JESSE WILL

Product Reviews
Hands-on tests of the PocketWizard Plus X and Nikon Coolpix A.
BY MASON RESNICK AND JESSE WILL 

86 Frames Per Second: Fast, Furious and Under Control
An assignment to create stills and video showing off the new Lexus IS involved a logistically and technically complex shoot for veteran car photographer Daniel Hartz.
BY HOLLY STUART HUGHES

5 Printers for Big Prints
Our picks of the leading wide-format and large-format inkjet printers. Plus: Papers for big prints.
BY THEANO NIKITAS

Exposures
Bryan Schutmaat’s project on fading Rocky Mountain mining towns considers the in uence of the landscape on human emotion; in her self-published “fanzine,” Laia Abril delves into the photographic language of a community of women who encourage and support one another’s anorexia.
BY DZANA TSOMONDO