Skip Cohen has been an active participant in the professional side of photography since joining Hasselblad USA in 1987 as president. He severed as a president of Rangefinder Publishing and
I just attended WPPI in Las Vegas along with thousands of other photographers. The great thing about this conference is that it’s focused on portraiture. There are all kinds of
With WPPI officially under way, it can be challenging for first-time attendees to know where to go, what to do and what to expect. Here’s a quick guide to get
October is full of different conference opportunities for me, so as I start to take care of the usual client communication (not to mention deciding what to pack), there are
Photographer and Educator Sue Bryce shares her insight on The Portrait Masters Conference coming up in September.
This year, Adobe is doing something really cool for creatives. At its annual Adobe MAX Conference, taking place Oct. 15-17 in Los Angeles, the company is asking creatives to give
I’m sure looking forward to PhotoPlus Expo, this fall. It’s a singular event with educators and vendors from around the globe gathering in one spot. You’ll be able to get
Camera retailer Adorama has announced plans for Adorama INSPIRE, a new, week-long event taking place June 25 through July 1 in New York City. INSPIRE will be filled with designed-to-share
Education is so key to the photography business these days. If you can’t do it, you can learn it, and odds are, it’s free or very cheap. But how cheap
The time has finally come — the WPPI Conference + Expo is here! It’s my first time attending the show, and I couldn’t be more excited to check out the expo
You’ve probably heard it said that everyone’s favorite sound is their own name. Folks just like to hear their own name, and using people’s names is a powerful way to
Attending WPPI’s Annual 16×20 Live Print, Album, and Filmmaking Judging Might Be the Best Overall Education You Ever Receive
WPPI 2017 is literally just around the corner! And with that in mind, the team at over at WPPI has issued another bust of awesome information! If you’re attending be
Hot off the presses from the fine folks at PDN and Rangefinder, the keynote speakers for this years Wedding and Portrait Photography International Conference in Las Vegas have been released!
When I started photography in high school, I spent the majority of my time in the darkroom making prints from the few negatives I shot. It took a lot of
It’s a new year, and that means updating your copyright information! For photographers, this oftentimes means making updates in more than one place, like your Camera, post-processing software, and possibly
It’s a good idea to add copyright information to your images. Lightroom makes this task really easy by creating a preset, but you have to remember to create your copyright preset at the beginning of each new year.
A popular myth in both photographic and academic cultures is fair use. The doctrine provides situations where copyrighted works can be used without paying. It places restrictions on: The purpose
In the beginning of the year I wrote, “Have You Created Your 2015 Metadata Copyright Preset?” reminding us to update our copyright information for the New Year. This quick tip
I wrote a Tutorial for this over a year ago and I’ve been humbled by the response. It’s time to update the article with the new and improved tools Adobe
The first quarter of 2015 is over, have you registered your photos? Protecting your photos is not as difficult as you may think.
You have rebuilt your photo archive. Now, you have a collection of hard drives, USB drives and CF/SD card that need to be addressed. To start, decide which drives stay and which should go.