ASMP New England hosted their 6th “Behind the Lens” virtual workshop on Wednesday, January 18 at 3:00 pm ET. Photographers Meagan Shuptar, Lucy Shaeffer, and Nitya Jain, as well as photo rep Jenna Teeson discussed their bidding process and shared a breakdown of two accepted estimates.
Wonderful Machine’s Senior Photo Editor Honore Brown speaks at the Women Photograph Virtual Workshop 2022 in a program called Agencies & Collectives, along with agent Kristina Hicks of Illuminated Media International and photographer Karla Gachet of the Ayun photo collective.
Gina Martin created The Bob and Diane Fund to honor her late parents and support photographers who are telling stories about patients and families living with Alzheimer’s disease. Visual storytellers are invited to submit their photo essays through October 23rd, 2022.
We recently heard from several photographers who received an email from someone claiming to be the creative director of Miami Vibes Magazine. While the detailed creative brief made the project seem legitimate at first glance, it turned out to be a hoax.
Wonderful Machine teamed up with ASMP Colorado on May 14th for a fun and informative virtual event covering the business of photography. Our photo editors, marketing specialists, and producers shared trends in branding, marketing, social media, SEO, estimating, and shoot production.
After a lengthy campaign led by trade associations ASMP, and in a big win for photographers and all visual creators who use Instagram, today the company announced a new option for the user to prevent embedding of their images on third-party articles and blog posts.
In an effort to get vulnerable small businesses more federal aid money, the Biden administration is changing the rules for the Paycheck Protection Program. One of the main differences is that sole proprietors — i.e., freelance photographers — are now eligible for loans even if they don’t turn a profit.
In late 2020, president Trump signed the CASE Act into law. The legislation, part of Congress’ $1.4 trillion COVID-19 relief bill, allows creators to take action against people who steal their work without having to go through a federal court.
San Mateo-based agent Freda Scott, a former stylist and current owner of Freda Scott Creative, discusses the artists she represents, the evolution of portfolios, and what it’s been like talking to and recruiting young creatives of color over the past few months.
We recently heard from some photographers who got emails from an editor claiming to be Jack Moss from anothermag.com. “Jack” asked the photographers to produce a fashion shoot. Predictably, some details did not quite add up and, one after the other, the photographers started forwarding these emails to us.
Producer Bryan Sheffield and Designer Lindsay Thompson had the opportunity to share the best marketing practices with True Chicago, an organization that invests in the future and talent of young creatives.
Several photographers reported receiving emails containing what looked like a terrific assignment. The sender, purportedly an editor from Cosmopolitan who asked them to produce a fashion shoot. But some details did not quite add up and, one by one, the photographers started forwarding these emails to us.
Kate Osba, Associate Photo Editor at Inc. Magazine, is also the brains behind the popular photography blog This is the What. We caught up with her to get her unique perspective as a photo editor and blogger.
It’s been a little while since we brought you an installment in our series of dialogues with art buyers. Today we’re bringing it back with Justine Barnes, art producer at Cutwater, the San Francisco-based advertising firm.