A creative take on the concept of Restaurant Week, ArtWeek is a collection of featured events that highlight the diversity of arts in Boston including dance, opera, music and, of course, photography. Already, ArtWeek has received tons of buzz with pieces in BostonInno, the Boston Globe’s Fall Arts Preview and MBTA turnstile ads in select T stations. As part of its launch this September, ArtWeek has selected Photorama as one of its curated events.Read More >
Photo Nights Boston is very proud to have Workbook, Dripbook, and Yodelist on board as sponsors of Photorama. Since we’re all dedicated to connecting the creative community it’s a perfect match!
Photographers need to have many different skills - social media expert, marketer, accountant, designer, stylists. Fortunately, Workbook and Dripbook are excellent resources that can make some of those things, like marketing yourself and getting your work in front of the right client, a lot easier. As an online collective for professional photographers you can be added to their index, which includes your complete contact info and links to your website and online portfolio.
As the former photo editor for The Improper Bostonian, Workbook and Dripbook are tools I used monthly, if not weekly. When I was in a mad panic to find the right photographer (after the publicist let me know the shoot with Suzy Celebrity was going to happen in 2 days) I would pop on these sites to find the perfect photographer. With the ability to find people in certain cities or even to look up photographers by category, Workbook and Dripbook make life a lot easier. The ease of searchability along with the roster of great talent are definitely my highlights.
To complete your marketing toolkit, Yodelist allows you to get in touch with over 50,000 contacts in the industry, including art buyers in the publishing, design, advertising, and marketing world. It's the perfect tool for creating your own contact list so that you, the photographer, can take control of your email marketing distribution.
A big part of the photography industry is having your work online and getting it front of the right people. With Workbook, Dripbook, and Yodelist, you can make sure your marketing is targeted and effortless, allowing you to spend more time behind the camera.
Hey photographers! We’re excited to let you know that LensProToGo will be offering $5 off your order!Read More >
Mike Pecci will take you on a journey back and forth between still photography and filmmaking, blurring the lines enough to ask 'is that a still from a movie? or a movie packed into one single editorial frame?' Using a DSLR to create it all, Pecci is a Boston-based photographer, director, artist combing passion and talent in everything he does, whether for personal or corporate, documentary or grindhouse, it all shines and screams Pecci.
Nancy Fulton, Richard Jacobs and Susan Nalband are three Boston based photographers that you should keep your eye on. They are at varying stages of their photographic practice, but all are deeply committed to the photographic medium and message and making powerful imagery.Read More >
We know you love to wait until the last minute – and the last minute is almost here!Read More >
Hello photography fans! We’re here to bring your attention to 3 different photography exhibits that are currently up and running and that you should definitely check out.Read More >
I was working the BBQ over the weekend. I was cooking a pork loin, slow and low, using what I call, the indirect method. The menu that evening also included grilled asparagus and grilled corn on the cob. For dessert, I grilled peaches, split in half and finished with Mascarpone and honey. As I was preparing this feast, I got to thinking that I had to have a real solid plan to pull it off properly.Read More >
The Executive Director of ASMP, Eugene Mopsik, was asked this past Thursday to testify on "Innovation in America: The Role of Copyrights" before the US House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet. ASMP writes that Eugene is,Read More >
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