Posts Tagged ‘Tuesday Tip’

Tuesday Tip: How to Avoid Shilling for Controversial Subjects

Posted by on Tuesday November 14, 2017 | Photojournalism

From stories about foreign wars to domestic political rifts, there is plenty of media manipulation. Partisans for various causes are eager to use photographers to get their propaganda out. Photographers discussed strategies for avoiding that in “Documenting White Supremacy,” a story in our November issue. Here is some of their advice: “If you fall into... More

Tuesday Tip: Clear Your Calendar for Your Kickstarter

Posted by on Tuesday November 7, 2017 | Business

“I don’t think people are prepared for the amount of work it takes to be successful with Kickstarter,” says photographer Ryann Ford. She ran a a Kickstarter campaign to subsidize publication of her 2015 book called The Last Stop. powerHouse had expressed interest in the project, which is about the architecture of disappearing rest stops... More

Tuesday Tip: How to Learn What They Don’t Teach You in Photo School

Posted by on Tuesday October 31, 2017 | Uncategorized

Before she launched her own career, fashion and beauty photographer Kat Borchart spent five years as post-production supervisor for fashion photographer Dewey Nicks. “It was a huge game changer,” she says. “I got to see everything about what being a photographer is: promotions, treatments, pitches, managing the archive.” She adds, “When I went on set... More