Posts Tagged ‘PhotoPlus Expo 2016’

Lessons from Deanne Fitzmaurice on Forming Relationships with Subjects

Posted by on Wednesday November 16, 2016 | Photojournalism

For over 13 years, Deanne Fitzmaurice has been photographing Saleh, an Iraqi boy who was severely injured in a grenade explosion at age nine. “I was around Saleh and his dad so much that they just forgot about me,” Fitzmaurice says. “What it taught me is that you have to build trust, build relationships, and then back off and capture moments that say something.” © Deanne Fitzmaurice

One important question has come up consistently throughout Pulitzer Prize winning photojournalist Deanne Fitzmaurice’s career: Can she remain objective while engaging with her subjects? “I come from a newspaper background which has a really strict policy about not getting involved with subjects—you could get fired. It’s all about credibility and our photographs being believable,” the... More

PhotoPlus Expo: Getting Your Career off the Ground

Posted by on Tuesday October 25, 2016 | Business

Building your first photo portfolio doesn’t have to take a lot of money, but it does take a lot of hustle find collaborators, call in favors, find locations and make the most of limited lighting and resources. During the PhotoPlus seminar “Transitioning from Assistant (or Student) to Professional,” David Paul Larson, Kate Owen and Shaina... More

PhotoPlus Expo: Nicklen, Mittermeier on the Urgent Role of Conservation Photography

Posted by on Monday October 24, 2016 | Photojournalism

Photographers Paul Nicklen and Cristina Mittermeier, who were the keynote speakers at PhotoPlus Expo on Saturday, delivered an urgent message to the audience: Time is running out to save marine ecosystems and wildlife, and photography is vital for raising the alarm and changing the course of natural history. Nicklen and Mittermeier told captivating stories about... More