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Lucia Rollow
St. Paul's School
Concord, New Hampshire

Now And Then
Lucia graduated from St. Paul's in June and is now attending the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Though the photography program at St. Paul's is extensive, it doesn't include alternative photographic processes like gum bichromate and Van...

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The difference is not always skill. Success as a pro shooter takes talent, but, as Rosanne Pennella says, "there are many excellent photographers who cannot make a name for themselves because they cannot figure out how to market themselves and project mastery of their careers."

Eleven years ago Rosanne was an attorney whose first love was not the law.

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Erik Jacobs
Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, Kentucky

Inspired Choice
Erik Jacobs didn't take a direct route to photography as a career. When he graduates in December from WKU with a degree in photojournalism, it will be his second diploma--he has a degree in exercise physiology and sports...

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Jay McCabe Posted: Sep 01, 2005 0 comments

It starts with the website, which is a key element in wedding photographer John Solano's business. John's goal is to be pre-sold before the client even meets him. "The ideal is that I don't have to show them a picture," John says. "I do that, of course, but the work kind of sells itself, and if they've seen it already, the selling is...

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Jay McCabe Posted: Jul 01, 2005 0 comments

Cogswell College
Sunnyvale, California

The Rock

The photos here were taken by Joel Foster during a night tour of Alcatraz, when the lighting--or lack of it--dictated that for the most part he emphasize details over vistas. The images were made on print film, the negs scanned, and color saturation and tones manipulated...

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Jay McCabe Posted: Jul 01, 2005 0 comments

"If you define your creativity by what the market wants, you're dead before you start."

When James Balog traveled to Banda Aceh, Indonesia, in January, he knew there was little chance of his photographs being picked up by newspapers or magazines. The tsunami, which struck the region on December 26, had been well covered by the media. But as a photographer...

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Jay McCabe Posted: Jun 01, 2005 0 comments

Photos © 2004, Lina Collado, All Rights Reserved

Lina Collado
American InterContinental University

World Views

Lina is currently enrolled in the University's online course and will soon complete her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Communications. She plans to pursue a Master's at Rockport College in Rockport...

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Jay McCabe Posted: May 01, 2005 0 comments

Photos © 2004, David Field, All Rights Reserved

David Field
Savannah College Of Art And Design
Savannah, Georgia

Sweet Science

When we spoke to David he was a few weeks from graduation. "I have plans to move up to New York and look for a job in the city," he says. Knowing it'll be hard to...

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Jay McCabe Posted: May 01, 2005 0 comments

You promote the work that has your heart and soul in it, the work you want to keep doing.

The art director for an ad agency is setting up a storyboard presentation for a client's kick-off campaign for an upscale shopping mall. The plan calls for five evocative photographs to be used in print ads and on billboards. The photographs are key: they will set the look...

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Jay McCabe Posted: Apr 01, 2005 0 comments

Photos © 2004, David Calvert, All Rights Reserved

David Calvert
Reynolds School Of Journalism
University Of Nevada
Reno, Nevada

Workout

David is a sophomore at the Reynolds School, where there are two photojournalism classes offered, a beginning and an advanced course. He hasn't taken either yet, and by the time...

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