Photo of a neon sign, which is probably more a piece of art than a commercial sign, for the Holiday Inn Sexpress:We didn’t visit . . .
Photos from Auschwitz: Piles of hair removed from the victims:Piles of shoes removed from the victims: “Don’t be a passive bystander. 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.” [...]
Concluding the republication of my 2011 article on the business of photography: The Grand Convergence At one time your phone was plugged into the wall by a wire and your TV signal came through [...]
Continuing my 2011 article on the business of photography: At one time the Internet was going to be the “Great Leveler.” Small companies would be able to play on level playing fields with the [...]
Continuing my 2011 article on the business of photography: No matter how hard we professional photographers fought, when the clock ticked into the 21st Century, our old business models started to [...]
Continuing my 2011 article on the business of photography: Beginning professionals are rarely told that taking the picture is the easy part of the photo business. For the majority of you, finding [...]
A decade ago I was president of the American Society of Media Photographers. I wrote a column for the Bulletin. One of the topics was on pricing photography for professionals. You can [...]
Here’s a photo from our archives of MIT Professor Woodie Flowers holding an original World War II, German Enigma machine: