Category Archives: Getting Published

Lens Lugger takes best of Show at Asheville Foto Fest

From Linda Vanetta…“During the last of week January 2015, I took a trip to the Tetons and Yellowstone led by photographers David Hartfield, Bill Lea and Chris Norcott…”  In attendance were 6 other fellow photographers. It was a great tour … Continue reading

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Marketing Photography That You Like To Take…

Eliminate The Negative            Through the years I’ve observed several marketing mistakes that emerging stock photographers make. Here’s a checklist of them, so that you can see what to avoid: THEY CREATE FIRST THEN FIND A MARKET            Creative people tend to … Continue reading

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Street Photography —

We’re on our way to a class and all of a sudden I spot her across the piazza. Is she waiting for a bus?, selling flowers? – she’s holding some flowers. Anyhow, up comes the camera, zoom out the lens. … Continue reading

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Why are we drawn to some images and not others?

Why are we drawn to some images and not others? My long time friend and marketing guru, Rohn Engh publishes some great newsletters. His recent PhotoDaily newsletter, also includes reprints of other hard hitting articles. When I read the Jay … Continue reading

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Duke Miller: 2013 Outdoor Photographer Landcsape Winner: Crater Lake National Park

 “Duke” Miller has been a lens lugger almost since we began, so it is a double pleasure that we can present him with Congratulations on his selection as a winner in the 2013 Outdoor Photographer Magazine Contest for Landscapes. Location: Crater … Continue reading

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The future of Photography is… Are you ready?

The future of photography … Glass? and no Flash? First “no Flash” ie. more light sensitive processors! Lens Lugger Linda Vannetta found this for us… Elizabeth Palermo, TechNewsDaily Contributor for TechNewsDaily No flash? No problem. A new imaging sensor could … Continue reading

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Self Publishing: No longer an vanity affair

Self Publishing: No longer a vanity affair – Heather Graulich: “There was a time – not so very long ago – when the words “photo book” conjured images of a weighty coffee table tome, with a name like Henri Cartier-Bresson … Continue reading

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“Step One” In Photography

By Bob Grytten Step One in Photography, shoot what you like – where your experience is. If you are more familiar with the surroundings, with the flow of things, chances are your photography will more naturally yield a stronger image. … Continue reading

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Travel photography – what works now…

You can’t see it; but, a little tear is  creeping out of my eye…  The tear is because I know how correct this piece is and my new heavy, long lens is by now, on it’s way from the store.      … Continue reading

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Staging Photography, …sez ‘Ole Jack!

Illustrating textbooks – an enlarged fly or mosquito, leaf, butterfly, horse… Or Making Photo Illustations that sell… by ‘Ole Jack.   Bob..you have my permission to exploit me…’toot my horn’…any way you desire ala the lens luggers (what a name!)…sez … Continue reading

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