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  • Last Rites: Rights & Wrongs

    Blog Author David Gremp

    I know it’s a discomforting thought, but we’re all going to die eventually. The good news is, if you’re reading this, you’ve still got time to consider “What’s going to happen to my images after I’m gone?” 

  • Changing Gears

    Blog Author David Gremp

    I spent my first 30+ years in photography taking pictures almost exclusively of people, mostly environmental portraits. And then one day a few years ago . . . I happened to notice a variety of older cars, mostly “classics” from the 50s and 60s . . .

  • Retiring Images

    Blog Author David Gremp

    I recently—and unexpectedly—retired. Put out to pasture from the full-time work world. Until it happened, I hadn’t really given it much thought. And one of the very first thoughts, or dilemmas, I faced was “What will I do with all this extra time?”

  • The Importance of Finding a Partner In Crime

    Blog Author David Gremp

    Whether you share your work in a class, one-on-one critiques, informally with peers or with professional editors/curators, it’s always best to have a partner in crime.

  • Decisive Moment, Decisive Edit

    Blog Author Richard Newman

    Imagine the photographer waiting for all the elements of the composition to come together and then—at the exact moment—pressing the shutter. Times have definitely changed.

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