The Future of Editorial Photography at BYU 10.20.10

I’ll be speaking about the Future of Editorial Photography to students at Brigham Young University on January 20th, 2010.

The Future of Editorial Photography

7PM Wednesday, January 20th, 2010
Location: Room 3108 JKB (Jesse Knight Building) Brigham Young University, Provo Utah
The lecture is free and is open to any professional photographers in the area.

Seminar Topics:

  • How to get and keep the attention of photo editors and art directors at top magazines
  • How production value can make your work stand out
  • How to charge properly for digital processing
  • What are the best things you can do in a slow economy
  • How to maximize re-licensing, syndication and reprint revenue
  • How will the shift to online content will affect rates
  • What you should know about editorial that nobody told you

    Editorial Photography is undergoing rapid change, yet the death of magazine photography has been greatly exaggerated. Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith, president of Editorial Photographers, will discuss how to maximize the creative and commercial rewards while avoiding bad contracts, stagnant rates and rights-gobbling appetites of multinational media corporations.

    Thanks for generous support provided by SONY

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