Photo District News (PDN), the award-winning monthly magazine for the professional photographer, has been covering the professional photographic industry for over two decades. Every month, PDN delivers unbiased news and analysis, interviews, and portfolios of the latest photographic work. PDN delivers the information photographers need to survive in a competitive business—from marketing and business advice to legal issues, photographic techniques, new technologies, and more.
PDNOnline covers breaking news stories and delivers in-depth features on the photo industry, including interviews and profiles, reports on new products both analog and digital, and information on useful sources for professional photographers. PDNOnline’s photo essays and galleries explore the work of photography’s masters and today’s emerging talent.
The PDN family of websites—including Photoserve, Photosource and PDN Edu—is an unparalleled source of information and inspiration for professional photographers, photo buyers, visual creatives, photo students and their instructors.
Phase One is an innovative international company headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, and with offices in New York, London, Cologne, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Sydney and Tel Aviv. Phase One companies include Mamiya Leaf.
Freedom of choice is the freedom to use the right creative tool for the job and we are committed to equipping photographers with what they need to achieve their creative visions without compromise.
We are the world’s leader in open-platform, high-end medium format camera systems and solutions for professional photographers and advanced amateurs. We also develop Capture One raw converter and workflow software, available for Mac and Windows. We have been the world technology leader since 1993 and have recently announced the IQ250, the world’s first high-performance medium format digital back / camera to include a CMOS sensor.
Splashlight is the only full-scale creative production house with almost 100,000 square feet of studio spaces, a full, industry vetted production team, an in-house creative group and state of the art equipment and technology experts.
Over the last decade, our leadership in the fashion industry as content creation experts have allowed us to develop partnerships with leading brands, retailers and publications that have resulting in some of the most groundbreaking images and campaigns of the past decade.
Our specialty is fashion retail and inspiring the “must have” moment that builds brand love and audience loyalty.
The management team at Splashlight oversees the multi-prong approach to the business to ensure we are not cutting corners and are truly a multidimensional team of experts. We operate like 6 full service production-related companies under one roof. We are experts, and we have taken the time to achieve this thoughtfully with constant feedback from our clients.
Showcasing innovative online photography portfolios, at-edge.com is the online partner to AtEdge, a continuing series of publications that connect active creatives and photo producers with the most talented advertising and editorial assignment photographers working today. Participation in AtEdge is limited to 155 hand-picked photographers per year. Each one has been invited into the program because his or her work communicates a unique and independent vision.
At the forefront of the photography market for over 160 years, British Journal of Photography is the authoritative source for industry news and comment, technical reviews and business developments for all photographers. Now published in premium monthly format, BJP showcases a comprehensive range of contemporary photography from across the globe in stunning colour and reproduction.
Since 1973 B&H Photo has established itself as the place to go for the best prices and service for photographic, audio, video, computer, and home entertainment needs. But the retail world has changed dramatically since we first opened our doors and with the advent of the internet the parameters of our NY SuperStore have expanded well beyond the corner of 9th Avenue and 34th Streets. Today the world is our store and it exists wherever you are when you log onto our website.
PhotoShelter is the leader in portfolio websites, photo sales, marketing and archiving tools for photographers. Over 70,000 photographers worldwide trust PhotoShelter to power their success online, with customizable website templates, online portfolios, searchable photo galleries, e-commerce capabilities, and bulletproof image storage.
DART: Design Arts Daily is a daily art and culture email report for and about the creative community, covering events, exhibitions, performances, with interviews and a behind-the-scenes take on what’s happening in New York and around the globe. Published since 2005, DART reaches over 20,000 readers who have an insatiable interest in photography, illustration, art, design, fashion, architecture, music, publishing and arts education. Editor Peggy Roalf.
Since the 1970s, Zoom has been the international photography magazine of reference and the world’s greatest photographers have been featured in its pages. Today, each issue has a special theme that could range from portraits to reportage. The photographers always represent the best, whether from Europe, the US or Asia, and not only established artists, but also young talent. Zoom is a professional magazine for photographers, agencies and galleries, but also makes beautiful reading.
Pro Photo Daily is a daily email that provides professional and serious photography enthusiasts with a source of valuable trade and creative information. PPD features inspirational work from many international artists as well as the American Photography community of photographers and combines insightful news and opinion, aggregated from across the media landscape, with artist profiles and service features. Editor David Schonauer.
Resource Magazine is a quarterly Photo & Video publication for forward thinking image-makers worldwide. Dedicated to working industry professionals and those who want to be, it is a comprehensive photo, video and lifestyle platform offering readers the latest insight on photography skills, tech news, gear and marketing techniques, all brought together with awe-inspiring images. While satisfying to a professional photographer, Resource stays relevant to hobbyist and emerging photographers alike. Resource offers an unique, fresh perspective on the innovative, quickly-evolving photographic world emphasizing the work, the art and the power of imagery.
Daylight is a non-profit organization dedicated to publishing art and photography books. By exploring the documentary mode along with the more conceptual concerns of fine-art, Daylight’s uniquely collectible publications work to revitalize the relationship between art, photography, and the world-at-large.
Our community arts programs can be viewed here. Daylight receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.
United Photo Industries (UPI) is a new breed of photo entity. Our goal is to push the conversation forward and help develop new viable models for the photo industry, not lament the loss of past glories, fear new technologies, or begrudge the success of others.
Formed in 2011 by Sam Barzilay, Laura Roumanos and Dave Shelley, in Brooklyn, NY – UPI is a public art organization focused on producing unique, site-specific exhibitions, installations, and events that explore new thematic directions in photography.
Working closely with photographers, United Photo Industries’ mission is to promote and showcase powerful visual narratives through curated exhibitions and projects in New York City and around the world.
Alison Zavos is the Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of Feature Shoot and a photography curator. Feature Shoot showcases all genres of work from both up-and-coming and established photographers. Since launching in 2008, the site has accumulated an archive of over 3,000+ international photographers and won LIFE.com’s 2011 Photo Blog Awards as “The Web’s 20 most compelling, most consistently insightful and surprising photography blogs.”
If you have ever taken a photograph, this is the place for you. Whether you need help taking a better snapshot of your kids, or you want reviews on the latest photo gear, software or books. We’ll help point you in the right direction for the answers. And share our opinions from first hand knowledge. While digital innovations in photography continue to provide us with amazing ways to share our lives, they can often be somewhat overwhelming to approach and use. Photoinduced.com will give you the means and knowledge to use these technologies in the most user friendly manner. Why wade through scores of search pages to find the information you need, when you can go to one main source? We do the searching for you and put it all in one convenient location.
Brewed in Italy to the original recipe since 1963, Peroni Nastro Azzurro exemplifies the traditions of Italian craftsmanship, passion and flair upon which it was formed.
In Rome, 1963, Birra Peroni first brewed what was to become their greatest and most famous export: Peroni Nastro Azzurro. Created to reflect the emergence of Italian luxury in fashion and design, it was designed with the sharp, sophisticated beer drinker in mind.
Peroni Nastro Azzurro is gently brewed to give an intensely crisp, refreshing taste with that unmistakable touch of Italian style.
Based in Northern Italy at Bassano del Grappa, Manfrotto designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of camera and lighting support equipment for the professional photographic, film, theater, live entertainment and video markets. The product line includes an extensive range of camera tripods and heads, lighting stands and accessories.
Manfrotto products are sold by its own distribution companies, Manfrotto Distribution, in China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, plus independent distributors in over 65 countries around the world! The unrivalled strength of the international distribution network and the team efforts between the company and the distributors is a key element in the success of the lines. The group owned distribution companies provide direct access to the market, trends and requirements which is essential in keeping the company at the forefront of development and innovation.
It has become a tradition of Manfrotto to continually invest in the latest technology together with constant assessment of the product range, production needs and consumer trends. This policy maintains the highest standard of quality at all stages and set the standards others follow.
FUJIFILM brings innovative products and solutions to a broad spectrum of industries and is committed to environmental stewardship and good corporate citizenship.
Fujifilm companies in the U.S. serve a broad spectrum of industries including medical, graphic arts, optics, enterprise storage, motion picture and photography.
For the past 78 years Fujifilm has continually invested in research and development resulting in world-class, highly versatile fundamental core technologies. While these technologies have their roots in photo, this expertise allows Fujifilm to invent and innovate new products and services for diverse businesses that will shape the future for Fujifilm, and enhance the quality of people’s lives worldwide.
We are thousands of people worldwide working to enable you to store, collect, access, and use a vast and growing body of digital information. Our reliable hard drives and solid state drives, marketed under the WD and HGST brands, are everywhere that digital information and content is found: in the cloud, supporting your mobile digital lifestyle; in business and personal computers; in external storage devices; in the digital video recorder in your home; and in sophisticated medical, military, aerospace, automotive, manufacturing and telecommunications systems. We also make media players that enable you to enjoy your digital content on the biggest screen in your house – your TV. Our customers range from some of the largest companies in the world to individual users like you.
With the acquisition of Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (HGST), now a wholly owned subsidiary of Western Digital Corporation, we have expanded R&D resources, a broader product portfolio, greater manufacturing scale and a larger geographic footprint. With two successful independent subsidiaries, WD and HGST, we expect to accomplish great things as we build the new WD to be the world’s leading storage solutions provider.
Profoto was founded in Stockholm in 1968 by photographer and engineer Eckhard Heine and photography equipment retailer Conny Dufgran. Their relationship began when Conny sold Eckhard a flash unit that didn’t work. Annoyed with the faulty unit, Eckhard went home to invent a new type of flash. He returned a couple of weeks later with a superior unit. A few years after that, Eckhard and Conny exhibited the first Pro-1 generator at the Photokina trade show in Cologne. It was an instant success. Profoto was born. With a bang.
Today, our products are used by the best in the industry. Whether it be on a billboard or in a fashion magazine, there’s a good chance that the image you are looking at was created with the help of our lights. But even though we continuously refine and improve our equipment, we stay true to Eckhard’s and Conny’s ideals.
Founded in 1986, CRU® is a pioneer in devices for data mobility, data security, encryption, and digital investigation. The company’s flagship DataPort®, along with the Data Express®, DataHarbor®, CRU RTX®, RAX®, ToughTech® and WiebeTech® product lines of removable and external hard drive enclosures are the de facto global standard for physical data security and safe data transporting in government, education, audio/video production, digital cinema, and business markets. Backed by the industry’s leading warranties and connector ratings, CRU products are available through major distributors, PC manufacturers, specialty system builders, and resellers throughout the world.
CRU operates with an unwavering commitment to superior quality, on-time delivery, and comprehensive customer service. Our engineering design team and support staff are dedicated to working with customers to develop solutions that meet their particular needs. CRU will continue to develop innovative high quality computer data storage and mobility solutions to keep pace with rapid industry changes.
Endeavor Print is a 100% digital large format printing company, based in Los Angeles, California. We do graphic design, production and installation. Endeavor Print is an affiliated company with New World Print in Vancouver, Canada (www.newworldprint.com). New World Print has been in the printing business since 1993. All production personnel at Endeavor Print were highly trained at New World Print, in areas such as printing, lamination and cutting machines operation, pre-press, finishing and installation.
Everyone at Endeavor Print, put quality as number one priority as we truly believe that the foundation of an image is quality. Customer satisfaction is our goal, and it is guaranteed. We also believe that only happy customers will be returned customers.
Contact is a fine art photo lab and community darkroom. We’re a team of passionate, skilled and tasteful professionals here to serve the photographic community. Whether you’re in need of fully custom services or you’re looking to make your own prints in a darkroom, we’re here to help turn your vision into a photograph. Our collaborative approach puts creativity in contact with technique, light and ink in contact with paper, and most importantly, you in contact with us.
EET is a Corporate restaurant located downtown Manhattan in the One Hudson Square building. EET offers a offers a wide range of food services such as breakfast, lunch and private parties for more than 5000 patrons that work in the building during the week.
Edwin Land, the founder of Polaroid and the inventor of the world’s first instant camera and film, once said, “Don’t undertake a project unless it’s manifestly important and nearly impossible.” The founders of The Impossible Project took him at his word when, in 2008, they purchased the last factory in the world manufacturing Polaroid instant film. Their aim was simple: to save 200 million Polaroid instant cameras from becoming utterly useless.
Two years later, the fledgling start-up began producing its own re-formulated versions of classic Polaroid instant film formats, including SX-70, 600, and Image-Spectra, as well as 8×10, at plants in Enschede, in The Netherlands, and Monheim, Germany.
Today, Impossible is no longer a ‘project’ but a fast-growing company with around 130 employees in Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Britain, France, the USA, Japan and China. Its core products are analog instant film, refurbished Polaroid cameras, and its own-designed range of analog instant cameras. But Impossible’s ambitions are bigger: from its new creative headquarters in Berlin, Germany, Impossible is intent on creating the future of analog instant photography.