Eliot Porter: An Appreciation of a 20th Century Master of Landscape Photography

Although I was the son of a professional cinematographer and still photographer, the names of photographic giants Ansel Adams and Edward Weston were of little importance to me. At the moment I first turned the pages of “In Wildness” in our living room, my teenaged mind — swirling with the psychedelic imagery of the Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix and 1960’s pop art— was brought to a new place by the large-format, sublime, color photographs of Eliot Porter.

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Why You Need A Pro Photographer: DIY In-House Photos Compromise Your Image — Costing You Time and Money

Now more than ever, images and photography play a decisive role in defining your company’s image. When SEO (search engine optimization) tools and specialists record and analyze the duration, source, and movement of each site visit, can you really afford NOT to use professionally produced photographs in your marketing? Is the good enough photo made by someone on your in-house team, what you really want on the front page of marketing piece?

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Online Photography Sales: Do It Yourself!

Selling your own photographic prints and licensing your work is now a do-it-yourself imperative! The photography marketplace is overflowing with online providers of print production services and increasingly, options for posting and selling licensed images on your own, without the help of a stock agency.

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