Posts Tagged ‘photoshelter’

Drawing Inspiration – Irina Popova

Drawing Inspiration – Irina Popova Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. I’ve included a link to their work. http://irinapopova.photoshelter.com Who are the photographers that inspire you? Please leave your comments and replies below.


Drawing Inspiration – Spike Johnson

Drawing Inspiration – Spike Johnson Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. I’ve included a link to their work. http://spike.photoshelter.com Who are the photographers that inspire you? Please leave your comments and replies below.


Drawing Inspiration – Rachel Mummey

Drawing Inspiration – Rachel Mummey Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. If possible, I’ve included a quote and a link to their work.


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Rights Managed Stock Photography

Rights Managed Stock Photography – Original photography licensed for commercial and editorial use. Keyword searchable High resolution files available for prompt download. Online licensing and payments. View Photographs http://samdamico.photoshelter.com/ http://www.picturengine.com/p/Dam01


Photographic Prints For Your Wall

Reasonably priced, quality, photographic prints for your walls. Watermark that is visible online does not appear on the print. Prints are digital chromogenic prints (C – Prints, Digital) and, according to the paper manufactures, are rated to last between 50 and 75 years. Stability of the print depends on a variety of factors. I can […]



Show Your Photographs (and maybe earn some money) Online

Are you showing your photography online? You could show your work online for business, pleasure or both.

If you’re looking for a place to show your photographs online there are plenty of places to pick from. Below you’ll find some suggestions.


You Got People?

In the context of trying to run a photography business, when I think of “People” in the terms that I assume are implied in the ad campaign, I can’t help but to think of the people at PhotoShelter as, well, my “PEOPLE”.


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