HEAR BEATE LIVE in Los Angeles, September 8, 2018

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Post One: Why You Should Never Work For Free

You will enjoy this one minute clip from Mark Kalan’s blog. He just sent it to me today and I want to share it with you. Click here to see a tough negotiation example in a video from the 60’s. Nothing much has changed, has it?

Post Two: Rosh Sillars Invites to the Event “Sell More Photography”

Event: Sell more photography
“Social Media, Digital Marketing and Advanced Marketing for photographers”
What: Workshop
Start Time: Thursday, February 25 at 9:00am
End Time: Friday, February 26 at 12:00pm
Where: West Palm Beach

Photography is a wonderful career.  It’s important to learn the craft, but to make a living at it it’s even more important to understand the business and have a strong marketing plan.

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Join Rosh Sillars, host of newmediaphotographer.com, and Greg Evans, owner of the digital marketing firm Synectics Media, as they share the social media, digital and integrated marketing secrets that have helped them grow their clients businesses.

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Post Three: Fotofusion 2010 Jan 19-23

The 15th Annual International Festival of Photography and Digital Imaging
Where Creativity and Technology Fuse

produced by the Palm Beach Photographic Centre
415 Clematis Street • West Palm Beach • Florida 33401
Tel (561) 276-9797

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  • Portfolio Reviews by 100 Experts
  • Mini FOTOshoots
  • Seminars & Panel Discussions
  • Hands-on Computer Labs
  • Multimedia Presentations
  • Photography & Digital Art Exhibitions
  • Book Signings & Gallery Walks
  • Fuse & Schmooze Parties Nightly
  • FOTOfusion Technology Centre

Note from Beate: Please pay special attention to the seminars and workshops offered by my colleague and friend Scott Mc Kiernan, founder and owner of Zuma Press. He is one of my upcoming featured guests for my exclusive Photo Team subscribers.

SCOTT McKIERNAN’s dynamic leadership and decades of experience in photojournalism – as an award winning photographer, photo editor, agent, designer and now publisher (DOUBLEtruck Magazine) – have proven instrumental in establishing one of the world’s largest, and the first, digital age editorial picture agency. With a staff of 50, ZUMA Press represents over 3,000 photojournalists, 90 large dailies & picture agencies around the globe. Among his accomplishments, In the early hours of the world wide web, Mc Kiernan built the first editorial database for pictures.

Post Four: Lecture at the Annenberg in Los Angeles

YOU MUST HURRY THESE LECTURES SELL OUT VERY QUICKLY

James K. Colton:
Sport Photography: The “Oooh” Factors
Thursday, January 14, 6:30-8:00pm
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James Colton
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Great sports photography, or for that matter any genre of photography, needs to be “affective,” to be “effective.” A photograph needs to cause a visceral reaction to the viewer or it has not conveyed its message. This lecture will illustrate how images should make you laugh or cry or cringe or simply say, “Oooh!” It will take you through Sports Illustrated ‘s coverage of the Summer Olympic Games in Beijing to the award-winning pages of the magazine’s Leading Off section to new ventures on the web.

James K. Colton is currently the photography editor for Sports Illustrated . He began his career in 1972 as the color picture editor for the Associated Press. Five years later he joined Newsweek as a senior photo editor for international news. In 1988, he became executive vice-president and general manager of Sipa Press in New York, before returning to Newsweek in 1992 as the director of photography. He is on the Board of Directors of the Eddie Adams Workshop, and is a mentor for J Camp, a national program that recruits talented high school students of color, sponsored by the Asian American Journalists Association. He was presented with the “Golden Career Award” at FOTOfusion 2004 by the Palm Beach Photographic Centre, was the Jury Chairman for the World Press Photo contest in 2005, received an International Photography Awards “Lucie” for Picture Editor of the Year in 2007, was named Magazine Picture Editor of the Year in 2008 by the National Press Photographers Association, and has been acknowledged as one of the 100 most important people in photography by American Photo .

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