Month: June 2017

Hawaii Clouds. Photo by Alina Oswald.

Thoughts on Dealing with Low-Paying Clients

How to Deal with Low- (and often late-) Paying Clients We’ve been there, starting out by working for no-paying clients, and then picking up a few low-paying jobs from low-paying clients and feeling good about ourselves because we actually make some money. That’s all good, but it’s also good to be aware! In general, low-paying ...

Photographing (Almost) Nudes

Thoughts on Photographing (Almost) Nudes and Bodyscapes 101 There are landscapes, cityscapes, seascapes and skyscapes, and then there are bodyscapes. There is boudoir, as well as dudeoir, and then there is nude photography. When it comes to art, nudes often make an intriguing and interesting subject, oftentimes complicated to paint in words, with light or ...

Photographing HIV-inspired Art in NYC

Documenting June: Photographing HIV/AIDS-related events, capturing history in the making Not all events are created equal. Some are more interesting than others. In order to be able to capture events in the best way possible (either in writing or light), we need to find a way to best connect with our subject and the story ...

Small car. Big Park.

Mentors

Mentors and Their Role in Our Personal and Professional Lives “Find something you are passionate about, and you’ll never have to work a day in your life.” I paraphrase, but this is what my father once told me, when I was a kid. I didn’t quite understand what he was trying to say at the ...