Weekly Photography Links – 10/27/08
Marketing Your Stock Directly to Buyers – Great advice from Jon Hornstein.
Book Review: The Life of a Photograph. Brian Auer was contacted by National Geographic to review Sam Abell’s new book and also had a chance to speak with the legendary photographer himself.
Life of a Photograph – National Geographic Online Store. Sam Abell was one of my biggest influences as a photographer so I’m going to recommend this book even without having read it yet.
Getty Images Agrees to Buy Jupiter Images for $96 Million – Personally I’m getting tired of hearing all the talk about Getty but this is huge news considering that Jupiter is one of the top five largest stock photo agencies. My opinion is that you should only work with agencies that have your best interests in mind. Getty doesn’t. $1 unlimited use agencies certainly don’t. (Getty also owns the largest.)
Surf’s Up – David Alan Harvey. Harvey raises some good thoughts about balancing the personal and professional life of a photographer. Something to think about for sure.
Introducing My First Book: Stevens Pass – Chase Jarvis’ first book. He pays homage to a popular ski resort in his home state of Washington.
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