With a better understanding of My Journey with Photography Watermarks and how the Evolution of a Watermark has factored into my online marketing, I wanted to share how these efforts have translated in my reaching new audiences and generated new client opportunities. Effort and Reward of Watermarking No doubt many after reading my first to articles on the topic of photo watermarking are asking, “Why put yourself
The Internet has proven to be a blessing and a curse for photographers. This week video related content takes the top two spots of this weeks Speedlinks. Interviews that would not have been as easily accessible only a couple of years ago are now only a click away… What Make’s Photographers Click? – PixChannel (via A Photo Editor) A collection of interviews from a variety of top notch photographers.
This past week proved to be an exceptionally good week for photography related content on the web. Having been active in the online photography community since the late 90’s I’ve become increasingly impressed with the growth and quality of this community. The level of quality this past week deserves special attention, particularly the following links: Speedlinks – 05/06/08 – Orphan Works Editi
The 16th and 17th episode of EXIF and Beyond has been released. These episodes feature an interview with Jeff Sedlik, President and CEO of the PLUS Coalition (usePLUS.org), current Professor of Photography at the Art Center College of Design and also a past president of the Advertising Photographers of America (APA). Discussed is the Picture Licensing Universal System (PLUS). Although relatively young by comparison t
*This is an editorial piece. I am not a lawyer. Research this material before making decisions based upon it. * Creative Commons is a great concept; often misunderstood, employed incorrectly and as a result gives those employing it a false sense of security. A few days ago I posted a video titled How Creativity Is Being Strangled By The Law where Lawrence Lessig, founder of Creative Commons, spoke about the digital d
In mid-April there was an excellent panel discussion â€œCopyright in a Hyper Digital Ageâ€ put on by ASMP discussing the changing landscape of Copyright law as it impacts photographers. A variety of discussions took place, but the most timely and interesting was about the Orphans Work legislation that is again being discussed in the US Congress and US Senate. No other legislation is likely to have as big of an impac