Studio Photography

Studio Photography (The Business behind the Image), reaches 50,000 professional photographers each month in all segments of the professional photography market, with over 95% listed as studio owners/management. Our editorial focus on business practices, marketing strategies, techniques and workflow, and products & services offers the reader vital business information needed to stay competitive in today's challenging professional photography market.

In the May 2005 Issue

Cover Story
Douglas Kirkland travels to Italy 's most famous countryside to capture its ethereal enchantment.
It takes someone with a special sense of humor to photograph Porky Pig and Daffy Duck milk glasses as a key component of their portfolio. Did someone say Ric Cohn?
You never know what's around the corner for Andrew MacPherson, an entertainment and celebrity photographer based in Hollywood.
Tomas Ramos gives new meaning to the idea of getting lost. Usually, getting lost is unintentional.
Columns & Departments
Ultimately, the goal of a fully color-managed imaging system is to provide color consistency between devices--digital cameras, scanners, monitors and printers--so you get the colors you expect to get.
The hottest products in the marketplace.
The explosive growth of digital capture over the past few years has lent a whole new dimension to wedding photography and traditional wedding albums.
We've all heard the business truism that 80 percent of your business comes from 20 percent of your clients. It may be much easier to keep your current clients than to find new ones, but it seems sometimes we ignore our steady clients and they stray to some new kid on the block.