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Lisa Maria Cabrera on white lies and producing while giving birth.

I have had the pleasure of working with Lisa Maria Cabrera, producer and owner of Tenth and Hudson only a few times but I do hope we get to do so again.  1,360 more words

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"Gender Should Not Determine Professional Opportunities." Chris Crisman

We’ve featured Chris Crisman’s  “Woman’s Work” collection quite a bit over the past few months, and are happy to finally have the bulk those photos in one place!   1,123 more words

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The Beauty of Production; Photographers Working Together

Leigh Beisch recently shared a post with me about collaborating on a project with another photographer that I thought you might enjoy.

A recent project came my way that required stills and video. 185 more words

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Chris Crisman is Featured on Creative Mornings Talking About What It Means to Be a Professional Photographer

There are a lot of people who want to be professional photographers, but only a comparative few ever reach that goal.  What sets professionals apart from the permanent hopefuls?   66 more words

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Woman’s work is not what you think, and yes, it’s never done

By Anne Telford

Butcher, brewer, fire fighter, pig farmer, developer, mechanic, lobster fisher. That is just the start of a personal portrait series focused on “women working in spaces dominated by men” that… 656 more words

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John Blais: Born to Photograph.

By Anne Telford

As we speak, on October 4, John is preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Matthew, bearing down on Florida and the South Carolina coast. 877 more words

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