Recent Craftsmanship Posts
Thinking about organizing the personal project
My favorite kind of photography is the personal project (or photo-essay.) The thing I like the least about them is the time and effort required to keep such projects organized. But, I need to be organized in order to execute the projects efficiently, to promote the work to potential funding sources and exhibitors, as well as to have the same work reviewed and published. I made this podcast explaining how I organize my personal projects.
Looking at web sites
Many photographers ask me to look at their web sites to give them feedback. When I review web sites, I think back to when my web site was reviewed by someone in a position of authority. His review reshaped my web site and still influences how I look at web sites. This podcast explores that initial review, which serves as a springboard for me to look at a series of other web-sites.
How and why I use Tumblr
A wise student asked me:”Tell me about your Tumblr. How it works & how it serves your purposes.” I thought it was a brilliant question, that if I answered it fully, would benefit many photographers. So, I made a podcast answering his question(s.)
Copyright workflow of one professional photographer (me)
Registering your photographs with the Library of Congress is THE most important thing any photographer can do to protect their intellectual property (their photographs.) While it is not a difficult process, it can be tedious. In this podcast, I walk you through my copyright registration process, in great detail.
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The executive portrait, a.k.a.,”the five minute drill”
Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009 | Tags: business, commerce, commercial, commercial work, equipment, executive, flash units, location, photographer, photography, portrait, problem, professional, solve, technology, work
This podcast goes on location with me as I make an executive portrait.