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Photography in Flux (Editors Perspective) from the SNAG PDS 2011


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    Are you creating a well crafted, compelling image that represents your work? Or just taking a photo?

    Hear what editors Suzanne Ramljak of Metalsmith Magazine and Marthe Le Van of Lark Books have to say about choice of back ground, visual styling, current --and future-- trends in art documentation and image making.

    Their seasoned opinions and editorial perspectives offer a valuable glimpse into the other side of the photographic equation:
    What are magazine and book editors looking for?

    Your images work tirelessly, non-stop, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
    Are they doing the best job that they possibly can for you?
    Are current fashions or trends in photographic styling affecting the way your images —and work—are being judged?

    All programming organized by Harriete Estel Berman, Andy Cooperman, Brigitte Martin.
    Edited by Harriete Estel Berman.

    Courtesy of SNAG Professional Development Seminar held at the 2011 SNAG Conference.

    Sponsors include NEA, MJSA, and SNAG.

    Additional background about the topics presented can be found at ASK Harriete:

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Photography in Flux (Editors Perspective) from the SNAG PDS 2011

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