Amazon has released its holiday sales recap, filled with fun facts like: “customers purchased enough women’s boots this holiday season that, if stacked on top of each other, they would be high enough to reach the orbit of the International Space Station” and “during Cyber Monday, Amazon.com customers purchased one Adele CD every three seconds.”
Just as dramatic, a pack of film took top honors in the camera department. Fujifilm’s INSTAX Mini Instant Film Twin Pack – White was the top seller, followed by the GoPro Hero4 Silver and a head strap for the GoPro.
It’s a fairly striking dichotomy and further proof, if it was needed, that film is not dead.
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In 2013, Robert Herman self-published The New Yorkers, a book of mostly 1970s and ‘80s street photos that is now on its third printing. In a seminar at PhotoPlus Expo last week, Herman described the steps he took to turn his archive of thousands of images into a successful photo book, from designing and printing... More ›
Commercial and portrait photographer John Keatley believes that the more time you spend planning and pre-visualizing every aspect of a shoot, the more time you have to interact with your subjects on set, and the more value you have in the eyes of your clients. During his PhotoPlus Expo seminar, “Managing Clients and Workflow on... More ›