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We get a lot of emails every week telling us to sponsor photography awards and although the focus of this website is helping photographers with the web presense, we do recognize the need for support beyond that and for that reason we are going to be helping with the Sony World photography awards this year. If you are one of the contestants that need help with equipment, please get in touch. We have contacts at camera stores around the country and can help you get cheap rentals and bring attention to your submitted images.

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Open New Markets with Video

March 31st, 2009 · 7 Comments

Once upon a time photography and videography rarely crossed paths. In virtually all markets for visual communication (commercial, editorial, corporate, documentary, events) photography and videography were provided by completely separate individuals or crews, the fees came from different budgets and the client base rarely overlapped.
But that era is rapidly fading. Until recently, the primary venue [...]

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5 Ways To Use Video Now

March 30th, 2009 · 2 Comments

Most photographers need to develop new skills before they can offer video services to clients. Here are things you can do to help them develop these skills plus they’ll provide you with valuable material to promote yourself and your work:

1. Post a short video of yourself on your Web site.
On your bio page, include [...]

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Get The Word Out with Online Social Networks

February 28th, 2009 · 1 Comment

If you’re under 30, it’s likely that you already understand the power of online social networking. But for those of us who’ve been doing business before the Web was ubiquitous, there’s a good chance that you aren’t exploiting the opportunities offered by social networking as well as you should. Services like LinkedIn, Facebook, Digg and [...]

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5 Tips for Online Social Networking

February 28th, 2009 · No Comments

1. Make it interesting: When pushing out a message you hope will go viral, think of what will be of interest to the recipient, not to you. “I just updated my portfolio” will not interest anyone. Go for quirky, dramatic, humorous; anything that will stand out.
2. Respect the referral process: While using social networks asks [...]

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