Monthly Archives: October 2011
The Pixel Pimp is a photo agency-related news and philosophy column written in a blunt, hopefully insightful, always sarcastic manner. In this column, Warren discusses what possible steps photographers can collectively take to combat the poor contracts of wire services.
Jared Wickerham is a successful, young freelance sports photographer based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania working for Getty, The New York Times, ESPN, Sports illustrated, and many other publications and corporate clinets. In his first edition of his “The Art Of” column, he discusses how his experiences and the importance of networking plays into beginning a successful freelance photo career.
San Francisco Bay Area sports photographer Brad Mangin gives us a look into Tim Mantoani’s project “Behind Photographs”, which captures photographers and their iconic images.
Brooklyn-based freelancer Michael Rubenstein reviews the Think Tank Airport International Roller V 2.0 and explains how using one can save your back.
Bellingham, WA-based freelancer Daniel Berman photographed Amanda Knox’s arrival back in the United States at Seattle-Tacoma Intl. Airport for the New York Post.
Brooklyn-based freelancer Noah Gilbert gives the Think Tank Airport International V 2.0 roller a Photo Brigade quality review.