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Drawing Inspiration-Harry Callahan

Drawing Inspiration is a series of posts dedicated to photographers who have inspired me. http://www.mocp.org/collections/permanent/callahan_harry.php http://masters-of-photography.com/C/callahan/callahan.html Who are the photographers that inspire you? Please leave your comments and replies below.


A Good Photograph Involves A Good Thought Process


Real and Unprocessed

I like my photographs like I like my food, unprocessed and real. A photograph is always a “real” photograph but it can be a truthful or contrived photograph. Truth is easy, contrivance takes some work. Contrivance can happen pre-production with staging something, or it can happen post production in editing software. Contrivances that happen from pre-production involve setting up […]


I’m Not Alone in My Struggle With Art


A Photographer’s Raw Material, Continued


A Photographer’s Raw Material


Do You Use Your Camera Meter Thoughtfully?

Our meter allows us evaluate what we’re photographing, while our chosen exposure based on our metering allows us to get the visual information that we want in our picture.


All Flashes Are Not Created Equal



A Case Study About The Business Of Art From The Harvard Business School

Why would someone pay $500.00 for a trash-bin or $200.00 for a toilet brush ? Believe it or not, for those of us in the creative industries, there’s a lesson in the answer.


How To Get The Most Out Of Your Photography Class


Business Of Photography – Update On AFP v. Morel – More Than $120,000,000 Is On The Line


DC Skimps On The Arts Budget


With Jobs Like These, You’ll Need A Job !

Photographers who are beginning their careers feel that they must work for low pay or no pay to prove themselves. As photographers we prove ourselves with our work. The only thing we prove by working for little or no pay is that we will work for little or no pay.


Photographers, Choose Your Words Carefully

When I write blog posts I try to keep SEO in mind so people and search engines can find my photographs and other content on the web. In order to do that I try to use words relevant to an article or photograph The lesson this morning came in the form of a title for my post.



A Case About Social Networks And Photographers

Social networking sites like TwitPic have a lot of potential for individual photographers to license their work. This case is important because if it goes for AFP we lose. If it goes for Morel it restates that as the owners of our work we must grant permission to use it.


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”.


What Type of Camera Do You Use?


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