From the monthly archives:

April 2011

Rugged and Daring Shooters

April 26, 2011

There has certainly been a lot of rich commentary following the deaths of Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros last week in Libya but this quote from The Atlantic Monthly on-line edition, put part of the tragedy in context: Hetherington’s mission… was to beg the world’s attention. In the last year, the devastation in Japan; the [...]

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Remembering Tim Hetherington

April 22, 2011

It took several hours after hearing the news of Tim Hetherington’s (and Chris Hondros) death on Wednesday to realize that Tim had graced this blog with a well-considered (and assuredly delivered) perspective on his work. I didn’t even know Ronit Novak (Photo Editor at Canadian Business, MoneySense, and PROFIT magazines at Rogers Publishing) when she [...]

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How a Pissed-Off CD Pissed-Off a Bunch of Photographers

April 20, 2011

Well I feel like I’ve been forced back to the interweb because of the crazy ruckus, fueled and documented, yesterday on APE. Thanks to Andy Adams (of Flak Photo and fantastic FB page Flak Photo Network fame) who alerted me to this discussion. In a nutshell, last week a CD at BBH in New York [...]

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Day Rate Survey from the MEATMARKET

April 12, 2011

This is interesting. Canada’s own The MEATMARKET has created some quick but relevant surveys using Facebook’s new (at least it seems new to me) survey app. Recent ones include: How important is it to have a great Hair & Makeup Stylist on the Shoot? (umm… duh…) and this show-stopper: What should the average day rate [...]

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HMAb: Coming to a City Near You

April 4, 2011

I’m super stoked to dust off this old blog to tell you that the brilliant people at CAPIC are sending me on a national tour! That’s right, HMAb Live! goes on the road! In case the cheese map wasn’t clear enough, here’s the info so that you can sync your calendars: May 12 May 24 [...]

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