Lifestyle and adventure photographer Dag Larson wanted to get name recognition within the outdoor industry space, so Julia Hanley helped him put together a detailed list of potential clients to contact.
While creating a new portfolio book, Jess Williams realized he needed a fresh Wordmark to tie his brand together. The Nashville-based photographer contacted Lindsay Thompson, who gave Jess a plethora of options to choose from after researching a number of fonts.
San Francisco-based Joseph Weaver teams up with Jen Warren to get his marketing ducks in a row in order to effectively connect with potential clients. See how Jen helped Joseph get his portfolio in front of numerous prospects, many of whom showed interest in collaborating with the photographer.
Still Life photography may have a simple definition, but the preparation necessary for creating great imagery in this field is anything but. Check out the best ways to approach this genre of photography — and what photo editors look for when hiring for these types of shoots.
Blake Jorgenson teams up with Wonderful Machine consultants to compile an extensive list of more than 100 new contacts. The Vancouver-based photographer ended up pitching a recent RAM Truck commission to many of these prospective clients.
Celebrating one year of Creative Coaching, Jemma Dilag talks about their time working with Woodstock, Georgia-based photographer Andrew Waters. After a year of working on self-assigned projects and tightening up his website, Andrew and Jemma are now shifting gears to focus on marketing!
As in February, we saw gains across most of the basic site metrics during the month of March, the last month our site was hosted on Expression Engine. Starting at the beginning of April, we’ve switched over to WordPress.
Last August, Photo Editor Honore Brown collaborated with Utah-based Keith Fearnow, polishing up the adventure, lifestyle, and fashion photographer’s presentation as well as mapping out self-assigned projects to strengthen his portfolio.
Brand narrative is all about helping clients tell the story of their company, be it their people, practices, or products. Hear from three photographers about how their backgrounds and styles have made them ideal collaborators for clients in the brand narrative sphere.
Julia Hanley helps Atlanta-based Angela Murray land multiple calls with creative agents, some of whom are considering representing the veteran commercial lifestyle photographer. Find out how Julia and Angela notched a large number of responses to their campaign.
A veteran of protest photography from her time in the Middle East, Tara Todras-Whitehill discusses how to properly pack for demonstrations. Far from just making sure to bring the right camera equipment along, Tara’s list covers the sort of protective gear and other necessities needed for long, tense days in the eye of a stormy protest.
Wonderful Machine’s Lindsay Thompson works with John Davis on a trio of marketing materials: an emailer, a treatment, and a print promo. While Executive Producer Craig Oppenheimer put together the estimate at the end of John’s treatment, Lindsay focused on the structure and design of all the assets.
Travel photography, like many photographic specialties, is a wide-ranging field. But even though two travel photographers can have vastly different portfolios, they both need to adhere to a few specific guidelines in order to succeed.
Our staffers spent a lot of time in the past year helping Amy Rose Productions boost its online presence. Jemma Dilag did two separate projects with Missy and Chelsea, the company’s co-owners, including a revamping of the pair’s website to better market it toward photography clients.