Tag Archives: Warren Winter

Photo Brigade Podcast #27 with Warren Winter

Warren Winter

Robert chats with photo agent and book publisher Warren Winter about everything from licensing your archives, negotiating with a range of clients, contracts, the economics of self-publishing, and one of the scariest days of his life covering the 9/11 attacks in New York.

Photo Brigade Podcast #8 with Rob Hart & Brian Powers

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On this episode, we move the show to Chicago where Photo Brigade’s very own Pixel Pimp, photo agent Warren Winter of PSG chats with two former Chicago Sun-Times staff photographers Rob Hart and Brian Powers, who were unceremoniously laid off, along with the rest of their photography staff.

USPW: Just Say No – by Warren Winter

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Pixel Pimp Warren Winter discusses the action from round two of the dust up regarding USPW’s latest news. Will you get up, stand up? Or will you just give up your rights?

On The Post – by Warren Winter

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Our Pixel Pimp Warren Winter gives his thoughts on the New York Post’s tasteless cover.

Remembering 9/11 – by Warren Winter

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Photographer and agent Warren Winter looks back on the awful events of 9/11 as he photographed the terrorist attack from atop the Flatiron Building in NYC.

Pixel Pimp – Concerning Contests – by Warren Winter

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Pixel Pimp Warren Winter discusses contest Terms & Conditions. The good, the bad, and the crappy.

Pixel Pimp – How Can Millions of Great Pictures Be Wrong? – by Warren Winter

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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 the merits of using the right tool for the job and not being a tool about your tools.

Pixel Pimp – USPW: Now What? – by Warren Winter

Long time friends indulge in some head to head affection.

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.

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.