Post Archive for October 2011
Film & Book Launch for Vancouver Photographer, Fred Herzog
Advance Screening and Book Launch
There’s an advance screening and launch of Fred’s new book Fred Herzog: Photographs this week, with special presentations by Douglas Coupland, Shelagh Rogers, Gary Stephen Ross, Sam Sullivan and Andy Sylvester (Equinox Gallery).
When Wednesday, November 2, 2011 at 7:00pm – Note: Advance tickets may be required.
Where Goldcorp Centre for the Arts at SFU, Woodward’s District
Images: Fred Herzog, available at Equinox Gallery, Vancouver, BC
How does the iPhone 4S camera stack-up against other cameras?
Since Apple’s release of the new iPhone, I’ve been wondering if the abilities of the new camera were as good as Apple makes them out to be in their promotions.
Fresh Perspective for Creatives with Pro Photographer, Chase Jarvis and Tim Ferriss
An artist, I follow both on his blog and Twitter, is Chase Jarvis. His passion and talent for photography is evident in all his work. I like his candid, easy-going approach to the business—focussed and very authentic. He’s truly living the dream (including my dream to have to a second home in Paris). …Read more
8 Easy Ways to Increase the Value of Your Art and Attract New Buyers
By adding more value to what we sell (art), we can increase our prices and improve our sales.
Increasing the value of your art will put more money in your pocket, attract new buyers and possibly attract the attention of a new retailer or commercial gallery. In this post we’ll explore several easy ways for adding value to your fine art prints and grow your art business. …Read more
Protecting your rights as a Creator – Copyright reform back on the table
Canadian photographers welcome the introduction of copyright reform
OTTAWA, September 29, 2011: The Canadian Photographers Coalition (CPC) welcomes the reintroduction of copyright reform legislation. The Copyright Modernization Act includes a provision to award photographers first ownership on commissioned works; a right held by all other creators.
“The Copyright Act is an important policy tool for the promotion of Canada’s culture and Canadians’ creativity,” stated André Cornellier, Coalition Co-chair. “As professional photographers, we understand first-hand the importance of ensuring a modern Copyright Act promoting both of these objectives.” …Read more