Posted by Kevin Matthews on September 10, 2002 at 12:14:34:
In Reply to: Re: Architectural photography posted by Paul Malo on September 10, 2002 at 09:56:22:
Publishing photos in ArchitectureWeek is an effective way to increase a photographer's exposure. For example, the wide readership of the magazine, and the permanent availability of articles online, means that a constant stream of licensing requests comes in to Artifice Images, which are then either handled as agents, or referred, according to the photographer's preference.
As Paul suggests, teaming with a writer facilitates the presentation of project ideas to a publisher, and the handling of assignments, for both the writer and photographer.
Getting published takes some time (though potentially less with ArchitectureWeek than those paper monthlies). You can also use ArchitectureWeek to get the word out on your own timeline, with some of the amazingly affordable advertising options.
Another avenue for exposure, especially if you have suitable photos already in your archive, is to contribute images to GreatBuildings.com, where photo credits can be linked back to the photographer's web site. There's a contributing link at the bottom of every page.
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