Author Archives: Will Carleton
Olivia Morley a Boston College student ‘majoring in English and minoring in American Studies with a concentration in Journalism’ is now blogging for photo agency Newscom via the their busy photo heavy blog page FocalPoint.
View Olivia’s latest post with great images from Newscom’s contributing agencies Album and Zuma Top TV Shows 2014: Downton Abbey
Sports photographer and Offside photo agency owner Mark Leech who probably knows more about every football match over the past 30 years than any BT Sport presenter ever will is interviewed by the channel – it’s 12 minutes of pure Mark knowledge! …notice how he can recall every name of every person in every shot, not just the main subject … brilliant plug for the industry well done Mark
PAN is always on the look out for image credits wherever we are, turning cards over in card shops, rummaging through photo merchandise in gift shops …this one above just appeared over Easter!
Photo print company Media Storehouse have added Posters Prints to their public print stores – one arrived in the post this week at the PAN offices ( how did you know F1 is our thing Matt? ! ) which will make it’s way to a wall soon! – Thanks.
Order a the poster here or speak with them about getting your images online and selling here
A refreshing email landed on the PAN news desk this week from Craig Holmes a food photographer with over 15 years experience of working with magazines, publishers and advertising clients now owner at contemporary food and drink stock photo library The Picture Pantry:
“Hi Will, I am hoping the following may be of interest to you and your site.
The Picture Pantry is pleased to be the slowest growing food stock library. There is no doubt about it, we like slow growth. The Picture Pantry, which represents a small number of food photographers around the globe, is now looking to slowly increase its collection by working with a further 10 creative photographers during 2014.”
“We aren’t aiming to be the biggest stock library around by quickly adding mediocre food images, we take our time and select individual photographs that are both beautiful and current”, says Craig Holmes, the Photographic Partner. For clients, this means that every search they make on the library returns images that are relevant, intelligent and stylish.
Other stock libraries often have a policy of ‘stack them high and sell them cheap’. That isn’t suitable for many clients, and the returns certainly don’t work for most photographers. For that reason, we add value by offering a curated collection of images to clients from a select number of invited photographers.’
• The process of recruiting new photographers for 2014 has now started send samples of work, and website links, to [email protected]
• Photographers will earn 50% from the sale of all images on a royalty free basis.
The French Association of Female Journalists (AFJ – Association des Femmes Journalistes) and Canon founded the Canon Female Photojournalist Award in 2000. ‘This Award, supported for the first time by Elle Magazine, is handed out every year during the International Photojournalism Festival Visa pour l’Image – Perpignan (France). It is granted by Canon and provides 8000 euros per photographer with a photojournalistic project. It is opened to professional women photojournalists of any age and nationality.’
Deadline for application: May 26th, 2014 – full details and to apply
This summer the Estorick Collection in London presents The Years of La Dolce Vita, an exhibition which explores one of the most fertile periods in contemporary Italian cinema and the simultaneous explosion of celebrity culture.
‘Revealing the public, professional and private lives of some of the movie industry’s most celebrated actors and actresses, The Years of La Dolce Vita not only provides a candid and evocative snapshot of an era noted for its extraordinary vitality, but also presents a selection of images which, for better or worse, helped to change the face of photojournalism forever.’
The eighty photographs, on view from 30 April to 29 June 2014, capture the dolce vita (literally ‘sweet life’) enjoyed by Italian movie stars and Hollywood ‘royalty’ working in Rome during the 1960s.
This exhibition draws on the vast archive of Marcello Geppetti – one of the inspirations for the character of Paparazzo in La Dolce Vita (1960) – as well as number of photographs taken on the set of the film by its cameraman, Arturo Zavattini.
The Years of La Dolce Vita
30 April to 29 June 2014
Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, 39a Canonbury Square, London N1 2AN
Above Brigitte Bardot image caption:
Marcello Geppetti (1933-1998)
MGMC & Solares Fondazione delle Arti
This in from a PAN subscriber:
I hope you could assist again and spread the word about the photographer Percy C Rising and his pictures of Sir Ian McKellen.
Percy C Rising is credited with images of Sir Ian McKellen’s website several times. All pictures are taken in the 50ies and early 60ies. http://www.mckellen.com/stage/00553b.htm
Please could you reach out to fellow PhotoArchiveNews.com readers and picture editors for any information about the whereabouts of Percy C Rising or his archive ?
It would be fantastic to find out where and I would be able to licence some of his images .
Unfortunately my attempts to get answers from Ian McKellen’s website designer and his management failed …
Thank you very much in advance.
Have a lovely evening,
If you represent or know how to licence Percy C Rising’s images please email [email protected] and I will hook you up with the buyer.
This in from a PAN reader:
I am looking for the image of Gina and Frank – to do a one off print of it 300 x 300?
Do you know anyone who has those 2 images?
‘Corporate Art Consultant’
If you can license the images of Gina or Frank please email [email protected] and I will hook you up with the buyer.