Monthly Archives: September 2011

Pixel Pimp – Freshman Freelancing: Photo Agency Freelancing Fact & Fiction – by Warren Winter

American flags, each representing firefighters lost during 9/11 and every year since, poke up from the ground near the shadow of an Augusta-Richmond Sheriff's Deputy during the 9/11 10th Anniversary Remembrance Ceremony at the Augusta Common in Augusta Sunday afternoon September 11, 2011.    Michael Holahan/Staff

The Pixel Pimp is a photo agency-related news and philosophy column written in a blunt, hopefully insightful, always sarcastic manner. In his first column, Warren clears up the fact and fiction around freelancing and finding a photo agent.

Street Racing in Baltimore – by Jamey Price

street racing

Charlotte-based freelancer Jamey Price photographed street racing in the streets of Baltimore.

Re-visiting Afghanistan – by Mary F. Calvert


DC-based freelancer Mary F. Calvert reflects on her past trip to Afghanistan after seeing her work in a recent edition of The Washington Post.

Why I Broke Up With My Flash Website – by Brad Mangin

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San Francisco Bay Area Sports photographer Brad Mangin explains why he’s redesigned his website to be 100% Flash-free.

My Burning Man Experience – by Rafael Agustin Delgado

Burning Man

Rafael Agustin Delgado is a Los Angeles-based freelancer and took part in the annual, week-long festivities known as Burning Man in the Nevada desert on a self-assigned project.

Car Passion Vietnam – by Kevin German

car passion

Ho Chi Minh City-based freelancer Kevin German photographed very expensive cars racing through Vietnam’s villages.

Once: A New Magazine Model – by Pete Kiehart


Pete Kiehart is a San Francisco based photographer, editor, producer, and Director of Photography of Once Magazine, a new iPad App . Also contributing to this article is Nick Hiebert, Director of Communications for Once Magazine.

Behind the Beauty – by Justin Mott


Justin Mott is a documentary, editorial, and commercial photographer based in Hanoi, Vietnam and works throughout SE Asia. He recently shot a story for The New York Times about human trafficking.

Guy in the Sky – by Guy Rhodes


East Chicago, Indiana-based photographer, videographer and lighting technician Guy Rhodes has documented the Gary South Shore Air Show for the past few years and shares his experience in this guest blog post.

My fun weekend at the Brainerd Zoo – by Mark J. Rebilas


Phoenix-based sports photographer Mark J. Rebilas shares some photos from the NHRA Nationals in Brainerd, Minnesota.