deborah [at] photoshelter [dot] com
WHAT PHOTO BUYERS WANT:
Live Interview with Sports Illustrated on
Tuesday, December 6th at 4 pm EST
PhotoShelter, the leader in photography portfolio websites, sales, marketing and archiving tools will host a live interview on Tuesday, December 6th at 4 pm EST with Sports Illustrated Director of Photography, Steve Fine. Steve will draw from his experience and share how this top-tier sports publication evaluates photos and hires photographers. The interview is open to the public and will be conducted by PhotoShelter Co-Founder, Grover Sanschargrin.
All can register for free directly here: http://bit.ly/vBjKgK.
Director of Photography Steve Fine will share insights about shooting for Sports Illustrated and offer tips to photographers hoping to get noticed by its editors. Steve will cover topics including:
- How to assemble your best portfolio and avoid common mistakes
- How Sports Illustrated finds new photographers to work with
- Top skills & traits that Steve looks for when hiring new photographers
- Success stories from photos that have appeared in Sports Illustrated
- And much more!
Audience members will have the opportunity to pose questions to Steve during the session.
The interview will be held live via GoToWebinar on Tuesday, December 6, 2011 at 4 pm EST. Registration is required and space is limited.
Images. At PhotoShelter, the word means so much more than a pretty picture -- it’s about improving the way millions of image creators, brands and businesses communicate in a visual world. It’s about harnessing the power of images easily, securely and affordably -- anytime, anywhere. It’s about using media in the most efficient way possible to tell your story and engage your audience. In essence, it’s about making visual assets more useful and valuable with cutting-edge image management technology. That’s what we’ve been doing for over 10 years. More than 80,000 professional photographers and 70 leading brands trust and rely on PhotoShelter to do just that every day, with over 200 million of their image assets. To learn more, visit http://www.photoshelter.com.