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Picture: Panoramic photo of photographers lined up to shoot the sunrise at Zabriskie Point, Death Valley National Park, California.
I’m delighted to announce that I’ve been featured in an interview profile in PhotoShelter‘s newest business guide, The Ultimate Guide to Starting Your Photography Business. I’ve been downloading, reading, and enjoying each of the guides that PhotoShelter has produced, and I have to say, this is probably one of the best they’ve ever produced. (Ok, so I’m a little biased.) I’ll admit, I’m quite honored to be featured alongside so many other great and talented photographers in this guide, and the many preceding guides that have come before. If you’re not familiar with the PhotoShelter Business Guides, you really owe it to yourself to check them out. They’re always packed with some of the best and most useful information around, and presented in a really slick, easy to read pdf. (I’ve said this before, and I’d be saying still, even if I wasn’t featured in them; they’re that good.)
For those who don’t know, PhotoShelter is the company that hosts my Image Archive Library as the back-end part of my web site. Designed to be seamlessly integrated with my web site, whenever someone goes to look at the subject or location galleries on my site (via the Image Library link), or does a photo search using the search bar, those galleries and search results are all powered and delivered by PhotoShelter. Aside from looking at the actual URL, you can tell if you’re in the PhotoShelter portion of my website whenever you see a banner across the page that says “Archive.”