Archive for March 2009

18 Mar, 2009 | Posted by: photosource



COMMERCIAL STOCK EXAMPLES – – Darwin says,” I am not a good example of a stock photographer. I shoot what I want, not what the market demands. If you want to see what a real stock photographer does and one that does it well, then
check out Bill Frymire's work! Bill shoots for the powerhouse agencies of
Getty and Masterfile.”
http://darwinwiggett.wordpress.com/2009/03/06/photographer-of-the-month-march-2009/

LOCAL WORK -- What does a laid off worker do when he's an avid hunter, and it's not hunting season? If that individual is Shane Rucker, a local, award-winning wildlife photographer, the answer is to photograph and document the Wisconsin industry that has made his community fiscally strong for generations: paper mills. http://www.wisinfo.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2009903120341


03 Mar, 2009 | Posted by: photosource




PHOTOG CELEBS -- From his Camera Obscura Gallery, in Colorado, Hal Gould has for decades brought the work of the world's greatest photographers to Denver.
http://cbs4denver.com/local/Hal.Gould.photography.2.942798.html


OBAMA PHOTOGRAPGHER NAMES HELPERS -- Chuck Kennedy, a 20-year veteran Washington photojournalist from the McClatchy-Tribune News Service, has been named to be the assistant director of the White House Photography Office, official White House photographer Pete Souza told News Photographer magazine today as he announced some of the new staff members who will be working with him to document the presidency of Barack Obama.
http://nppa.org/news_and_events/news/2009/02/whitehouse.html