Frank was on the B&H Photography Podcast this past Tuesday, March 28. The episode should be up in the next few days on the B&H Photography Podcast Website. Don’t miss it!
Catch Frank on The B&H Photography Podcast on Tuesday, March 28. For those unaware, The B&H Photography Podcast is hosted by Allan Weitz and has a diverse collection of guests and discussions among it’s 67 (and counting!) episodes. Covering anything from tips and tricks to gear reviews and everything in between. You won’t want to miss it!
Frank will be among the portfolio reviewers for The American Society of Media Photographers Fine Art Portfolio Review on March 21st at The Center, 208 W 13th Street, New York, NY 10011. Only prints (maximum printed size of 16 x 20) will be considered. No digital portfolios. Space is limited so don’t miss your chance to get creative feedback from true industry professionals.
Projections for March will be on March 29th at Paulaner, New York, NY from 6:30-9PM. Joining us this month with their presentation will be Andrew Kim, Zoe Wetherall and Tom Sperduto.
Frank will be doing a seminar and portfolio review at The Palm Springs Photo Festival May 7-12, 2017.
Frank will be among the judges of this year’s Siena International Photo Award. Last years event had entries both amateur and professional photographers from 130 different countries and almost 50,000 images. No doubt this year’s event be even bigger!
Frank did a great informative video about estimating jobs with the great folks at Photoshelter.
Frank will be speaking at Third Thursdays at Photoshelter in New York City on the February 16th. He’ll be discussing How to estimate a job and negotiate a contract, What “creative separation means” and How to manage expectations and better connect with your clients. Hope to see you there!
Frank has a great post “What Really Wins You an Estimate” over at photoshelter.com.
“It’s your lucky day. In your inbox sits an email with the subject line “Job Estimate”. You did it. You got the opportunity to bid for a job.
Those few minutes of elation quickly fade, though, when you start thinking of the brass tacks. How am I going to win this one? What will it take this time? First off, breathe. Congratulate yourself. You did something right to get to this point, whether it was a stellar meeting, a portfolio review or an email promo…or maybe all of the above. Nowadays breaking through the clutter is no easy feat.”