“Shark Shooter” Michael Muller profiled in the new issue of Red Bulletin

Earlier this month, Feature Shoot showcased Michael Muller’s shark photos (see “Fearless Photographer Michael Muller Discusses Swimming With Sharks”), and now Red Bulletin has splashed its pages with Michael’s underwater photos of these iconic creatures. In “Shark Shooter,” written in an adrenaline-fueled style captures Michael’s own affable intensity, Michael tells of his first experience with […]

Jason “Giblin” Hindley image is the “Photo du Jour” at Feature Shoot (updated)

It was quite a nice surprise yesterday to see that Alison Zavos had selected this image by Jason “Giblin” Hindley as the “Photo du Jour” for her photocentric website, Feature Shoot: . . I asked Keiko Hindley, Jason’s studio manager, if Jason could tell us a bit about the photo, which is one of three […]

Part 2: More highlights from the APA panel discussion on presenting your work to the new-media landscape

. Previously on Stockland Martel Blog Brings You Highlights From “Multi-Platform Editing: Presenting Your Work to the New Media Landscape”: Vaughan Hannigan photo rep Joe Pritchard offered advice for photographers who are editing their books: Don’t get attached to images “that SUCK,” he said, genially but seriously. Photographer Chris Owyoung offered advice for those who […]

Highlights from the APA panel discussion on presenting your work to the new-media landscape

. I took pages of notes at the sold-out APA/NY panel discussion at Calumet on Wednesday. Let’s just say there was a lot of meat on that bone. I’m going to serve it up in two separate posts. The panel was unusually strong: Roberto De Luna, photo editor at Time Out New York; Joe Pritchard, […]


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