Photo District News has a great two part article on where art buyers are finding new talent.

Consider it an absolute must to read… and take some time to hit ALL the links.

There are many places we all know about… Flickr, 500Pixels, Yahoo, G+. And participation there is free and unfettered.

And unfiltered.

And piled so high with crap that it takes a strong effort to dig through to the good stuff. Art Directors don’t have time to start ‘following’ photographers on Flickr or G+. But they do find new artists to work with.

This article deals with the art buyers – NOT the photographers – who let us all know where they find inspiration and new photographers.

Online Galleries.
Online Magazines.
Gallery Shows.
Curated Shows.
New Art Sites.

A ton of resources that are out there for all of us to access.

But they are curated, with gatekeepers and arbiters… and that is where you must persevere.

Go to the sites and see what the art buyers are seeing. See where they turn to when looking for new photographers.

Then figure out how to be THERE the next time they go looking.

Favorite Sources for New Photography: Part 1

Favorite Sources for New Photography: Part 2


I have been asked back to creativeLIVE to do a workshop on Table Top Product Photography. You can see more at their site. Dates are June 21, 22, 23, 24, 2012. Register for free and watch all weekend!

I was recently on creativeLIVE and have received some rave reviews of the workshop. If you are interested in taking a look at the workshop, you can find it on creativeLIVE’s web site here. I think it is a tremendous value and if you are unable to attend any of my workshops, this may give you a ton of information you will want to have to push your photography to the next level.

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