Click on the image to read this post on Photoshelter’s blog.
Photoshelter is an invaluable resource for budding and seasoned photographers. They have been at the forefront of helping photographers market work, expand their online footprint and grow their businesses. Over the years I have read the articles on their site, watched their video tutorials, listened in on their webinars and basically soaked in as much information as my brain would allow.
In 2011 I began teaching a new kind of web class at Brooks Institute, one that was inspired by all that I have learned from the Photoshelter community over the years. Grover Sanchagrin caught wind of this and interviewed me recently. He posted our conversation on Photoshelter’s blog today, including 5 attitude changes toward photography websites.
Listen to the interview I did with Michael Stern to hear his thoughts on this picture I made in 1988.
On May 20th, I was given the opportunity to participate in Michael Stern’s online radio program called “Build A Better Photograph.” His show airs live every Friday at 9am (Pacific Standard Time) and features interviews with photographers from all corners of the industry. Michael said the mission of his show is to provide technical and aesthetic knowledge of photography for advanced amateurs, college students and early career professionals so they can “build better photographs, not just take pictures.” In addition to being an informative and entertaining radio host, Michael is a top-notch photographer, dedicated teacher and successful author.
If you have a spare 45 minutes or so, click on the link below and listen in on our conversation, which is archived on his site.
http://buildabetterphotograph.com/category/radioshow/2011/05/20/joe-gosen-52011-episode-16/ (sorry, link no longer available)