The Fringe Photographers: Shaughn and John Heidi: Why a podcast? How did this come about
Darrin Haddad Who printed it? Bestype Imaging Who designed it? Joe Haddad Tell me about the images
It’s Passover coming up this weekend. (Or Easter, depending on your religious affiliation.) It’s a holy time of year for the Jewish people, as it represents the Israelites escape from Egypt, fleeing slavery.
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own. I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before
Photo by Steve Herbert for the New York Times For 75 years Dwyane’s photo lab in Parsons, Kansas had been processing Kodachrome film. It’s closing in 2010 inspired many photographers to make the trek to the lab back then, and more recently, a Netflix documentary called Kodachrome. The New York Times published an article in 2010 about the lab’s closing and it sparked the idea for the film
America is a fast food nation. We know this
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own. I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before. In this thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of the project.
Craig Oppenheimer, Wonderful Machine Concept: Corporate headshots of 50 employees Licensing: Unlimited use of all content captured in perpetuity Photographer: Portraiture specialist Agency: Large, based in the Northeast Client: Pharmaceutical company Here is the estimate: Creative/Licensing Fees: At first, the project seemed rather straightforward. The request was to capture about 50 employee headshots against a solid background on one shoot day. While 50 people would be a lot to cram into one day, the client was in charge of scheduling the employees, and we discussed spending just a few minutes with each subject, so it seemed doable
Departures Magazine Photo Editor: Skye Sent erfeit Photographer: Sean Fennessy Heidi: How did this job come about, did you pitch it to the magazine?
Ian Bates Who printed it? Smartpress out of Minnesota. Who designed it