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The Business of Photography

Operating a digital photography business is no small task. Our experts cover all the issues related to the business of photography from copyright issues to studio concerns, here.

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Vision To Visuals: Change The World

Russell James, Nomad Two Worlds and making a difference

Vision To Visuals: Change The WorldIt was more than 10 years ago when we first worked with acclaimed photographer Russell James.  Read More...

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Is Photo School Worth It?

Going into a photography program gives you the skills and knowledge to compete in an increasingly competitive environment

Is Photo School Worth It?In recent years, the world of for-profit education has been criticized in the media for making promises of high-paying jobs upon graduation.   Read More...

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Vision To Visuals: Culture Club

A nightlife hot spot uses artistic fashion photography to set the tone

Vision To Visuals: Culture ClubOf all experiences in New York City that can make a newcomer feel like an instant New Yorker, spending an evening in one of the city's famed nightclubs has to be among the top five.  Read More...

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

The Fair Use Quandary

The anatomy of a copyright infringement dispute

The Fair Use QuandaryMuch has been written recently regarding Jay Maisel's enforcement of his copyrights, and especially of the demand that he made against Portland, Oregon-based Andy Baio, a self-described writer and tech entrepreneur, arising from Baio's unauthorized use of the cover art from one of Miles Davis' records.  Read More...

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Vision To Visuals: A Moveable Feast

Painter Nicole Etienne experiments with photography and printing

Vision To Visuals: A Moveable Feast"I was hooked like a magpie to shiny things,"says Nicole Etienne, the dynamic young painter known for her "luscious" paintings, of her first encounter with print materials at Duggal.   Read More...

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Stay On Track

Before filing a lawsuit, consider the possible ramifications and what victory or loss will accomplish

Stay On TrackOne of the inevitable realities that any business involved in image creation and/or licensing will encounter is discovering instances where the business’ copyrights have been infringed.  Read More...

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Misinformation: Business Tech

Traditional media isn’t the only outlet for reportage

Misinformation: Business TechWe know the familiar archetype of the photojournalist—the grizzled war veteran who has seen it all and captured it with his lens.  Read More...

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Vision To Visuals: Art And The Downtown Alliance

Wrapping post-9/11 construction zones in transformative art

Vision To Visuals: Art And The Downtown AllianceThe 10th anniversary of 9/11 arrived in our city with grace.   Read More...

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Under Fire

In an era of “cell phone” photojournalism, does the professional photographer still have a role?

Under FireDuring the recent uprisings in the Middle East commonly referred to as the Arab Spring, the people of the region were able to circumvent censorship and bring governments to their knees, thanks in large part to cell phone and mobile digital technology.  Read More...


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