Posts Tagged ‘Editorial Photographers’

Survey: Why is the Editorial Market Unfair to Photographers?

Posted by on Wednesday July 20, 2016 | Business, Media

In the current editorial photography market, budgets are shrinking as contract terms become less favorable for photographers. As a follow-up to our story “What Lawyers See When They Look at Editorial Photography Contracts,” we surveyed photographers who shoot editorial assignments about the financial challenges of the editorial photography market. A total of 142 photographers responded.... More

PPE 2012: What Photo Editors Want

Posted by on Wednesday October 31, 2012 | Business

At the PhotoPlus panel “Your Picture Here: How to Get Published in The New York Times, Time, GQ and Wired” photo editors from all four publications spoke candidly about what photographers can do to get their attention. There were, of course, things specific to each publication. Carrie Levy of Wired, for example, noted that it’s... More

APA and EP Join Forces

Posted by on Tuesday October 23, 2012 | Business

Today two professional photography trade organizations‚ American Photographic Artists (APA) and Editorial Photographers (EP)‚ announced that they will merge to create one organization with a membership of approximately 3200 photographers. The move will see the creation of the first national chapter of APA, which will be known as the APA Editorial Photographers chapter. EP president... More

Obituary: Photographer Paula Lerner, Leader of Photo Advocacy Group

Posted by on Tuesday March 6, 2012 | Obituary

Photographer Paula Lerner, past vice president of the Editorial Photographers trade association and creator of an Emmy-winning multimedia piece, died today at her home in Belmont, Massachusetts, according to her family. The cause of death was breast cancer. Raised in Hudson, Ohio, Lerner attended Harvard University and became a photojournalist in1985. Her clients included Time,... More