There is nothing better than turning your passion of photography into a money making profession.
Whether it is a part time proposition or a full time effort, Jeff Cable will give you advice on making the transition from hobbyist to professional.
To be successful in the photography business, it is much more than taking great photos.
Even though Jeff will talk about his equipment recommendations, he will really focus on the business aspects and what can help you get started and grow your business.
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It takes time, passion and obsession to make great work.
But you also need the opportunity to have your work seen in the first place.
And since we at Lens believe only the quality of work should matter — not your connections or bank account — we are again bringing together 160 talented photographers with 75 top photo editors, publishers, curators, gallery owners and video producers, for the 7th annual New York Portfolio Review on March 30 and 31 in New York City.
Applications are now open for the free (as always) review, which is produced by The New York Times Lens column, the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York and United Photo Industries.
Participation is open to anyone over 18 years old, and all types of photography will be considered.
But remember, the deadline is Dec.
10 at 11:59 p.m.
Now a mainstay of photo events in the United States, the review convenes the photographic community to meet, trade ideas, help each other — and have fun.
The first session, on Saturday, March 30, will be for photographers 21 and older.
Each participant will receive six private critiques.
The second session, on Sunday, March 31, will be solely for photographers 18 to 27 and will consist of at least four private critiques for each participant, as well as free workshops on how to best present, promote and publish photographs.
We will screen all applicants and choose 100 participants for Saturday and 60 for Sunday.
Please note: Photographers who attended last year’s review are not eligible to apply.
Those who attended once in previous years can apply for this year’s review, but they must submit new work.
Those who have already attended the review twice cannot apply.
Once photographers are selected, they will submit their top choices for reviewers of their work.
We will match participants with as many of those reviewers as possible.
To enter, send no more than 20 photos total, from one or two projects, using the form here.
The files should be JPEGS, 1,200 pixels across and 72 D.P.I.
We will inform those who are accepted by Jan.
Be sure to triple-check the email address you submit, because in past years some people were accepted into the review, but couldn’t be contacted with the good news because of a typo in their address.
Don’t be that person.
Below the submission form is a partial list of reviewers who will be at the New York Portfolio Review.
The moderately wide angle 35mm focal length is a favorite of many photographers, making the Z 35mm f/1.8 S an ideal candidate for the Z-mount's prime lens debut.
As these are the first results posted using the Z 7, Z 7 image quality is also under the microscope here.
The f/5.6 test nicely shows off Z 7 image quality.
Looks very good.
The Nikon Z 7 vs. D850 comparison shows the two essentially the same.