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 December 2005 Issue

Cover Story
Following Hurricane Katrina's landfall in New Orleans, and for three weeks thereafter, Aric Mayer was the first and only photographer covering the region for The Wall Street Journal.
A modern-day storyteller, Ron Capobianco says his early experiences in fashion and beauty photography still inspire his wedding images.
Like their fellow survivors, photographers in the region are still struggling to recover, with mixed success.
Upon first glance at the images of Toronto photographer Dan Lim, viewers might speculate that there are actually two creators.
These innovative products may be the perfect solution for fellow photographers on your holiday list.
Professional labs and imaging services have to constantly stay ahead of the curve, from both a technological and creative perspective, to continue attracting new, digitally savvy clients and retain the loyal customers they already have.
The key is communication, communication, and more communication.