photo book publishing path – part four

Number four of the five-part series on getting your photo book into print from my photographer friend Sara Frances. Start with Part One. You are Designer and Editor Paying outside services for book consultation, editing, cover, and design are the … Continue reading

photo book publishing path

Fellow photographer Sara Francis has published photo books and asked to share the trials and tribulations of getting them into print. Please welcome Sara with these guest posts as she shares this five-part series on getting a photo book into … Continue reading

international photographic competition results

Professional Photographers of America (PPA) hold the International Photographic Competition (IPC) each year. My results. The Jury A panel of 36 eminent jurors from across the United States selected the top photographs from over 5,000 total submitted entries at PPA … Continue reading

Monetizing personal work – part two

This is my seventh year working with an entertainment restaurant. The original relationship was due to a personal project I created and shared with them. A quick recap for those pressed for time will find I photographed a restaurant to … Continue reading

Personal photography projects can help with your business

My buddy, Kevin Ames an editor of Photofocus, mentioned that many photographers have trouble monetizing their photography, especially when working on personal projects and asked that I share a few success stories. I did some research and found that this … Continue reading