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4 Steps To Give Your Digital Video the Look of Film

July 30, 2014 - A cinematographer’s advice on how to give digital video the “organic” look of film before, during and after shooting footage. More »

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How I Got That Shot: Tom Corbett's High-Energy Fashion

July 29, 2014 - Fashion photographer Tom Corbett explains how he achieves his signature look, and how he adapts his directing and shooting style to very different assignments. More »

7 Great Camera Rigs for Different Gigs

July 28, 2014 - These recently released camera stabilizers will help keep your reel sharp. More »

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How Women's Health Uses Stylish Photography to Stand Out

July 24, 2014 - The magazine's photography director Sarah Rozen talks to PDN about the wide variety of photography she assigns. More »

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Selling Prints to Fund Books: It's Complicated

July 23, 2014 - How photographers can sell prints to raise money for book publications, without undermining the market for their work. More »

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Managing Your Inventory of Limited-Edition Prints

July 21, 2014 - Photographers and galleriests discuss the importance of, and methods for, managing an artist's print inventory.

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Anatomy of a Successful Grant Application: Center for Photography at Woodstock

July 18, 2014 - Tips and advice about how to submit a winning application to the CPW artist in residency program from the executive director and past resident artists Alma Leiva, Maria Buyondo and Caleb Ferguson. More »

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13 Tips For Building Your Fine-Art Network

July 16, 2014 - An important part of working as an artist is establishing relationships with peers and mentors. Here, a dozen artists offer their advice for establishing and maintaining these relationships. More »

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Personal Work That Lands Assignments: Peter Menzel's Focus on Household Consumption

July 14, 2014 - Peter Menzel and writer Faith D'Aluisio have built a brand around projects about household consumption and the environment. That led to a challenging public service project for Glad, the trash bag company, to teach Americans to throw away less and recycle more. More »

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New Books Offer Workshops With Famous Photographers For Just $30

July 10, 2014 - This summer Aperture is launching a new series of books that present workshops from well-known photographers like Dawoud Bey, Rinko Kawauchi, Todd Hido and Larry Fink. More »

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A New Translation

July 09, 2014 - In her new book, Party, Cristina De Middel explores modern China’s relationship with its communist identity by placing her own images in Mao’s “Little Red Book.” More »

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What To Expect From the Photographer/Gallery Relationship

July 07, 2014 - PDN's survey of photographers and galleries reveals that securing gallery representation is a tricky process that demands mutual trust and plenty of negotiation.

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Picture Story: A Show of Hope for Syrian Refugees

July 03, 2014 - Four Noor agency photographers, led by Nina Berman, spent six days documenting life at a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan. Later they mounted an outdoor exhibition on-site to celebrate the survival and aspirations of the camp's roughly 100,000 residents. More »


MSNBC.com: A Place for Serious Photo Stories

July 01, 2014 - MSNBC.com photo director Amy Pereira talks to PDN about the photojournalism and video published on the TV network's new site. More »

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Holding Onto a Friend

July 01, 2014 - Christopher Nunn's photo project about a painter afflicted with Alzheimer's is as much about his friendship with the man as it is about the disease. More »

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PDN July 2014

July 01, 2014 - The Fine-Art Photography Issue  More »


Photography Lessons From Reid Callanan, Cristina De Middel, Todd Hido and Others

July 01, 2014 - In an excerpt from a new Aperture book, photographers share assignments, exercises and advice that will challenge and inspire photographers of all levels. More »

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Why Editorial Works: Flora Hanitijo for Port

June 30, 2014 - The photographer discusses a memorable portraiture subject, and explains why meeting interesting people makes editorial work worthwhile. More »

10 Mobile Apps Every Photographer Needs

June 25, 2014 - A roundup of ten of the best mobile apps for photographers that have been released recently. More »

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Why Editorial Works: Brian Finke for National Geographic

June 24, 2014 - How the photographer's Instagram photos of barbecue helped land him a dream assignment. More »

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Why Editorial Works: Ackerman + Gruber for The Wall Street Journal

June 23, 2014 - The duo recall a challenging photo/video assignment about a lobotomized World War II vet, and explain why editorial work appeals to them. More »

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Why Editorial Works: Jamie Chung for Document Journal

June 23, 2014 - Jamie Chung on a fascinating recent shoot, and how editorial work enables his creative growth. More »

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Why Editorial Works: Kareem Black for VIBE

June 19, 2014 - The photographer discusses the value of doing editorial work for magazines, and a favorite recent shoot with comedian Kevin Hart. More »

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Picture Editor Mike Davis On Clarity of Voice in Today's Media Landscape

June 17, 2014 - One of the industry's most revered picture editors on why establishing a personal vision is essential for photographers now. More »

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The Market for Better-Looking Stock

June 17, 2014 - Why stock agencies are gambling on the market for existing images with high production values. More »

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How I Got That Shot: Photographing A Shiny New Ferrari

June 16, 2014 - Veteran car photographer Tim Damon explains how he executed a challenging rig shot of a black sports car. More »

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Ivan Sigal on Bringing New Ideas and Underrepresented Voices to Storytelling

June 16, 2014 -  Media producer and Harvard Fellow Ivan Sigal discusses current storytelling strategies. More »

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Photographer Amanda Marsalis’s First Feature Film Debuts at LA Film Fest

June 13, 2014 - The commercial and editorial photographer talks about learning to direct actors rather than models, and other lessons from her first effort as a movie director. More »

Why CMOS Sensors Are Changing Medium-Format Photography

June 12, 2014 - The digital medium-format photography landscape changed dramatically this year and it was all because of a single chip. More »


Frames Per Second: Documentary Film Traces the Roots of Play

June 12, 2014 - David McLain and Jerome Thelia explain how they are funding and making their film about different sports around the world that are played with balls. More »



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