WATCH: A Conversation with Adventure Photographers Eliza Earle and Ted Hesser


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Scaling mountains, hiking treacherous trails and making it to the top of slippery summits often comes with the territory when you’re an adventure photographer. Luckily, Eliza Earle and Ted Hesser wouldn’t have it any other way. Last week we sat down with Eliza and Ted to hear the stories behind some of their favorite shots,…

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The Photo Bill of Rights: An Interview with Three Co-Authors


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The Photo Bill of Rights is a document originally published on June 22 that asserts the rights of individuals in the visual journalism and editorial media industry.

Authored by a diverse group of individuals from both grassroots organizations and legacy institutions Authority Collective, Color Positive, Diversify Photo, The Everyday Projects, Juntos, the National Press Photographers Association, Natives Photograph, and Women Photograph, it brings attention to the pervasive issues surrounding health, safety, access, bias, ethics, and finance throughout the visual journalism and editorial media industries and offers solutions to establish equitable standards through

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Storytelling Beyond the Landscape: An Interview with Vancouver’s Joel Krahn


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Recently, we’ve been thinking a lot about mentorship and the power of educational and inspirational support.  When we connected with Vancouver-based editorial photographer and photojournalist Joel Krahn a few weeks ago, one thing was clear: educators and seasoned photographers have helped him take his work to the next level. We spoke with Joel, who is…

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The Photo Bill of Rights


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PhotoShelter was an initial institutional signatory on the Photo Bill of Rights, a document published on June 22 that asserts the rights of individuals in the visual journalism and editorial media industry. Authored by a diverse group of individuals from both grassroots organizations and legacy institutions Authority Collective, Color Positive, Diversify Photo, The Everyday Projects,…

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The Photo Bill of Rights


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PhotoShelter was an initial institutional signatory on the Photo Bill of Rights, a document published on June 22 that asserts the rights of individuals in the visual journalism and editorial media industry. Authored by a diverse group of individuals from both grassroots organizations and legacy institutions Authority Collective, Color Positive, Diversify Photo, The Everyday Projects,…

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Webinar: A Conversation with Adventure Photographers Eliza Earle and Ted Hesser


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Driven by a passion for outdoor exploration, stunning landscapes, environmental advocacy and extreme sports, adventure photographers make up a unique and exciting niche of the photography industry.  This Friday, we’re sitting down with two adventure photographers and filmmakers, Eliza Earle and Ted Hesser, to hear about their experiences traveling the globe and traversing mountains with…

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WATCH: Managing Your Online Presence with Google Search Console


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Google has undoubtedly become synonymous with search, and finding websites and images across the web almost always starts there. If you want to improve your search engine optimization (SEO), you’ll have to get more familiar with Google Search Console (GSC). Last week we sat down with our Technical Support Specialist Amanda Yoder to discuss the…

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The 2020 Audubon Photography Awards: Two PhotoShelter Members Shortlisted


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Last week, the winners of the 11th annual Audubon Photography Awards competition were announced. The winning images are astonishingly impressive but the Top 100 images shortlisted also deserve their own recognition and celebration. While browsing through the Top 100 images a few days ago, I noticed two PhotoShelter members on the list. Douglas DiFalco and Scott Suriano…

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WATCH: Demystifying SEO – Best Practices for Photographers


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Search engine optimization (SEO) for your photography website is more important than ever. If you’re feeling overwhelmed with the work needed to keep your SEO in great shape, you’re not alone.  Last week we sat down with our co-founder and General Manager Grover Sanschagrin and Senior Technical Support Specialist Jelan Coley to discuss SEO best…

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Webinar: Make Your SEO Go Further with Google Search Console


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We’re continuing our commitment to search engine optimization (SEO), and this week we’re focusing on Google Search Console (GSC). With Google accounting for roughly 92% of all web searches, it’s time to talk about how GSC can help in your quest for better SEO. This Friday, PhotoShelter Tech Support Specialist Amanda Yoder joins us to discuss how…

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What It’s Like to Document History: An Interview with Award-winning Photojournalist Evelyn Hockstein


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Photojournalist Evelyn Hockstein is no stranger to pivoting from one project to the next. As a freelancer, she thrives when bouncing from story to story. Her colorful career has included coverage of ethnic violence in Nairobi, the devastation of tornados in Alabama, sexual assault on college campuses, South Korean ballerinas, elections, you name it.

She’s worked for The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time, and Newsweek, in addition to countless humanitarian organizations including The World Health Organization and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Evelyn has won two Pictures of the Year International awards, the

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What It’s Like to Document History: An Interview with Pultizer Prize Nominated Evelyn Hockstein


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Photojournalist Evelyn Hockstein is no stranger to pivoting from one project to the next.  As a freelancer, she thrives when bouncing from story to story. Her colorful career has included coverage of ethnic violence in Nairobi, the devastation of tornados in Alabama, sexual assault on college campuses, South Korean ballerinas, elections, you name it. She’s…

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Webinar: SEO Best Practices for Photographers


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It’s rumored that Google makes changes to their algorithm upwards of 500 times a year. So it’s no wonder that search engine optimization (SEO) leaves many photographers with their heads spinning.  This Friday, we’re sitting down with PhotoShelter General Manager Grover Sanschagrin and Senior Technical Support Specialist Jelan Coley to discuss SEO best practices, insights…

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Conflict Photography at Home: An Interview With New Orleans’ Abdul Aziz


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Within the world of conflict photography, having a strong support system is critical.  Abdul Aziz is a freelance photojournalist and filmmaker who has worked to document conflict, war, social issues and culture everywhere from the Middle East and Africa to the far reaches of the Himalayas over the last two decades.  Most recently his work…

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WATCH: iPhone vs. DSLR Photography with Jim Richardson


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When it comes to cameras, National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson has been around the block. With a career spanning decades,  Jim has seen the rise and fall of various camera trends — from black and white film to kodachrome, and now the rise of the iPhone. Last Friday, we sat down with Jim to discuss…

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WATCH: Safety for Photojournalists Attending Protests


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Since May 26th, there have been 291 recorded incidents of police attacks on journalists covering the George Floyd protests around the country. That amounts to a staggering average of 19.4 events per day. We have seen journalists wrongfully arrested, shot with rubber bullets and pepper spray, and clubbed by authorities—as many of them helplessly flash…

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Webinar: National Geographic’s Jim Richardson Talks iPhone vs DSLR Photography


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Fun fact: even National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson is a fan of iPhone photography. This Friday, we’re sitting down with Jim to discuss the future of photography, the technological advances of mobile cameras, and the strengths and weaknesses of DSLR vs iPhone photography. Along the way, Jim will share stunning photos and talk about his process when…

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Free Webinar: A Discussion About Safety for Photojournalists Attending Protests


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Freedom of the press is a foundational value of the United States’ democracy, enshrined in the First Amendment along with the right to assemble peaceably. In recent days we have seen journalists wrongfully arrested, shot with rubber bullets and pepper spray, and clubbed by authorities. Enough is enough. Tomorrow, we’re sitting down with Akili Ramsess,…

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New Guide! The Photographer’s Guide to Inclusive Photography


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As photographers, we have a moral obligation to listen to and understand a story first before trying to tell it. But are we considering how our perspectives or personal experiences may affect our approach to telling the story? Today, we’re thrilled to present The Photographer’s Guide to Inclusive Photography, made in partnership with Authority Collective. …

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Mastering the Self Portrait: 4 Photographers Doing It Right


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As much of the world remains at home, photographers have been finding ways to stay creative from the safety of their own personal spaces. In our latest guide, 22 Photo Projects You Can Do Inside Your Home, we gathered a list of the best projects you can try on your own, using minimal accessories and…

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