Industry InfoBlog Postings Through the Years by Jain Lemos
Photography that wins always seems to be a combination of familiarity and accessibility with a twist of intrigue.
A list of red flags to watch for in contracts and contributor agreements.
When it comes to search engine methodology, I’m convinced it’s all a sneaky ploy to get me to sign up for more stuff so I can receive even more masses of spam email.
I was recently asked if I had an example of an ad to get models for shoots. Of course I do! Here is a sample of how I’ve done it before. Please feel free to use, share and adapt: We are currently casting talent for XYZ project and looking for active males and females...
When stuck for ideas or inspiration, another path is to take existing content and repackage it into a new medium.
So who is looking at your images and how are they coming across them in the first place?
Are we in the middle of a master plan endorsed by those in charge?
Image choice is so subjective and what’s more, it can depend on how we’re feeling at any given moment.
Though much of my life is automated, I am often presented with situations that require me to use my intuition.
To make a good movie, the scenes need to leave you with a sense of having actually been there.
Bob always looked great, too, no matter how much crap he had been dragged through.
Really, getting an agent for anything these days is a total inside job.
Working in the “the arts” is tough because even when we’re born with talent, without others around to help us grow and develop, we’re probably broke.
Out of the 350 million photos people are sharing a day, I’ll bet a small fraction of the shooters are pros.
There’s nothing like the start of a new year, so crisp and clean.