There’s a reason that 64% of small businesses use email marketing to reach customers — it’s a useful tool for photographers to promote their work to existing and potential clients. In this article, we’ll help you get started and share best practices you can use to create a more effective email marketing strategy.
As summer comes to a close, and cool fall temperatures begin in the Northeast United States, our dedicated outreach team — consisting of Jen M., Victoria, Julie, Denise, Greg, Laura, Jen, Chris, Bryan, and Craig — has been connecting with clients and diligently updating records in our extensive database.
While working with animals has its perks, sourcing talent for a production that requires casting animals has a unique set of challenges. Luckily, there are agencies and crew that specialize in just about every aspect of animal casting, handling, and training.
Missouri-based photographer Lauren Pusateri highlights female-identifying Kansas City residents through ‘A Real Nice Lady’ campaign. The creative platform showcases exceptional ladies and shines a light on their personal and professional ventures through a series of vibrant images and intimate interviews.
During the month of August, the team added 68 companies and updated 852. The team also added 128 new contacts to the client list and updated 1,166 records. Our staff sent out 1,166 emails to clients and continued to schedule demos of our new website.
Washington, DC-based food photographer Laura Chase de Formigny recently took on the challenge of producing, directing, and photographing a recipe-driven lifestyle shoot inspired by the arrival of her daughter Frances Clémentine. The bright, summery images were used to create a creative mailer that brings to life Laura Chase’s fresh photography style and showcases her creative abilities to prospective clients in an exciting physical package.
Stockholm, Sweden-based photographer Lola Akinmade Åkerström specializes in travel and lifestyle photography. For her latest project for the Electrolux Food Foundation, she applied her expertise to the sustainable food movement, including photographing all the content for the launch of REPLATE, a new online initiative that seeks to inspire people to make more sustainable food choices.
Los Angeles-based photographer Natasha Lee recently photographed Han Suk Cho for a feature in Plate Magazine, where she is credited with redefining N/A cocktails. Natasha’s images showcase the young entrepreneur and her layered libations for her company Zero Proof Bevs.
Photographer Bob Rives is based in Washington, DC but he has spent a lot of time exploring border towns along the 1,952-mile border between the U.S. and Mexico. Borderland, Bob’s ongoing personal project, is the result of his travels through the area documenting the people and landscapes along the border region.
Jimmy John’s, the popular gourmet sandwich brand, recently debuted a new menu and a new look. The new bold and expressive visual approach is the work of Cincinnati-based food photographer Teri Campbell of Teri Studios.
Wilmington, NC-based photographer Kevin Titus’ recent work for Light Wave Dental results from an 8-day shoot across multiple locations in North Carolina and the company’s headquarters in Virginia. Kevin’s images are a combination of portraiture and lifestyle photography that showcase the company’s employees and dental clients in a wide range of environments.
Photographer Aaron Ingrao lives on the road full-time, spending the summer months in Colorado or the Pacific Northwest and winters in the Southwest and California with his 1979 travel trailer and his dog Luke. Aaron’s travels through the Southern California coast led to his latest project, Birth to Surf, a photo essay that chronicles Tim Bessell’s process of creating and shaping custom surfboards.
Myron Mixon’s new cookbook, Keto BBQ celebrates barbeque culture and provides keto-friendly alternatives to traditional Southern favorites. The book, which was released earlier this summer by Abrams Books features photography by Greensboro, North Carolina-based photographer Dhanraj Emanuel.
Edgar Artiga, recently created colorful portraits of Lindsey Miglore for WIRED Magazine. Lindsey, also known as “The Gamer Doc,” specializes in physical medicine and rehabilitation and has been gaming since she was seven years old.
Chicago-based photographer Max Thomsen’s advice is to always be prepared for when things don’t go according to plan. Max’s recent shoot for Milwaukee Magazine took place outside during a day where the forecast quickly turned from sunshine to rain — he needed to pivot quickly and efficiently.
Wade Griffith specializes in architectural photography and has been photographing architecture for 15 years. His latest project encompasses both interior and exterior photographs of the newly opened Lewisville Thrive Recreation Center designed by Barker Rinker Seacat Architecture.
Los Angeles-based photographer Rebecca Peloquin was a visual artist for over a decade before transitioning to a specialty in food and beverage photography. In her latest project, titled “Dramatic Produce,” Rebecca approaches food ingredients as fine art.
Munich-based photographer Enno Kapitza’s latest work for PFIZER Germany entailed photographing every single story featured in the pharmaceutical company’s corporate magazine, Zwei Magazin, including the cover story and 21 spreads.
Tim Lampe and Ren Adkins, the duo behind Atlanta’s Very Clever, recently photographed Alissa Bertrand, the designer behind sustainable clothing line Jabella Fleur for Atlanta Magazine. Their bold portraits capture the essence of Alissa’s playful and colorful designs and the inspiration behind the line — her kids.
Los Angeles-based photographer and director Jason Elias is a lifelong Angeleno, but his wife hails from a rural farm in North Dakota and grew up just outside a town of only 200 people. This connection led him to pursue a personal project centered around capturing farmers (and family) during the harvest in North Dakota.
Tokyo-based photographer Irwin Wong’s work for cosmetics company SK-II documents the stories of female small business owners. The multimedia project is part of a web-based experience in which viewers can explore a virtual street with interactive elements that showcase the vendors and their stories.
Newport, KY-based photographer Jeremy Kramer never thought he’d experience flying on a tiny two-seater plane, let alone that he’d be photographing vintage planes from the seat of one. Through this editorial assignment, he gets to fly ‘tailwheel’ and capture the planes (and the long family history) behind Red Stewart Airfield for Cincinnati Magazine.
Colorado-based photographer and filmmaker Sean F. Boggs’ recent work for PBS show Humans: The World Within captures a diverse cast of people with fascinating stories. The show, which is now streaming on NETFLIX, is a five-episode docu-series that explores the human body’s inner workings through human-centered-personal stories.
Lawrence, Kansas-based photographer Earl Richardson’s latest set of wet plate portraits were commissioned by the Emerson Collective as part of their ongoing photo series titled “America Seen.” The organization, which focuses on education, immigration reform, the environment, media, and journalism, devised this series to reflect the varied experiences of American photographers across the country.