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2002 Photographer's Market (Photographer's Market, 2002) ebook

by Donna Poehner

Publisher's Description. Thousands of up-to-date market listings provide insider information for magazines, book publisher's stock agencies, advertising firms, businesses, newspapers, galleries and more.

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Freelance photographer's Market Handbook 2002. Join Now. Join ePHOTOzine, the friendliest photography community. This invaluable reference guide doesn't have pictures just list after list of sources who are looking for photographs. If you would like to sell your images there's no other nook like it.

In 2001, stock prices took a sharp downturn (some say "stock market crash" or "the Internet bubble bursting") in stock markets across the United States, Canada, Asia, and Europe. After recovering from lows reached following the September 11 attacks, indices slid steadily starting in March 2002, with dramatic declines in July and September leading to lows last reached in 1997 and 1998. dollar declined steadily against the euro, reaching a 1-to-1 valuation not seen since the euro's introduction.

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I am tending towards the first, as it seems to offer the most, and iis the world's best-selling guide, but wonder if I need both books, or if the second has better UK listings. I will be using the book as a resource for marketing contacts, particularly magazines to put out press release to, about a new business we are launching, but also fine art photography, still life and interiors are market possibilities.

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2002 Photographer's Market is the key to successfully selling and showing your work. With it, you'll gain access to thousands of listings that provide insider information for magazines, book publishers, stock agencies, advertising firms, businesses, newspapers, galleries and more. No matter what your level of experience, this is the resource you must have. Easy-to-reference symbols and indexes guide you to the details that make the difference between success and failure. 2002 Photographer's Market is the one resource you need, providing an invaluable market savvy with thousands of listings that can develop your career into the prettiest picture of all.
Photographer's Market is often refered to as the "Bible of stock photography" and this title actually fits quite well. This tremendeously valuable resource gives the photographer access to a wide market of photobuyers in all categories. Photographer's Market comes out with a new issue every year and there's always something new in every new issue. The latest one is no exception. Writer's Digest managed to find 480 new markets where photographers can sell their work in the 2001 edition. But, Photographer's Market is so much more than a mere listing of photobuyers. The book contains valuable information no photographer should be without. Things like information on names of people to contact at the various markets, how much the various photobuyers normally pay, what format they want submissions in as well as tips and hints. If you're only planning to invest in one photography book this year, do yourself a favor and make that book the 2001 edition of "Photographer's Market". Chances are you will get back the money you paid for the book faster than you can say "oups I didn't know that magazine had changed to accepting digital submissions this year..." For those of you out there who are thinking "I've been in this business for 20 years and know all there is to know", I must sadly inform you that you don't. New markets where photographers can offer, and sell, their images pops up all the time. One of the best ways to keep track of those markets is to make sure you get your yearly dose of Photographer's Market.
Okay, this is not the type of book one should read cover to cover but I did it anyway. As a young photographer taking baby steps to a new career this book has been invaluable.
Not only does it instill me with the confidence that there is a market for the type of photography I produce, but it gives the contact information I need an the instructions on how to make contact with each photobuyer. The scattered articles also help in pointing the direction for further research into the business aspect of photography.
I will most defiantly make this a yearly purchase! So I will always have the most up to date information on who buys what, when, how, and for how much.
-Christopher Bergeron
There are dozens of new buyers listed (across several markets), and new "advice columns" which have been updated to reflect recent trends in the industry. Further, they have made improvements to how the book is organized; navigating the various buyers listings is much easier. In short, a very useful and affordable reference tool for serious photographers.
This book has some good contact info, but it also has a lot of out of date and useless info to, so you have to slug through it to find the gems. Good luck using this book.
Having read the other reviews I was probably expecting a bit too much. I admit there is a whole heap of information here, but wading through it is headache inducing. One thing I really hate is the way the subject index just throws everything together: magazines, stock agencies, greetings card companies etc. After a few minutes your brain starts to spin. Surely subdividing the subject index would be more helpful.
Another complaint is that there are no big national newspapers listed. The 'Newspapers and Newsletters' section is truly pathetic, covering every obscure backwater newsletter, but nothing substantial apart from one entry: New York Times Magazine. The British BFP Market Handbook lists all the national newspapers, so why are there none here?
Finally, it seems if publications or organisations do not reply to a listing request, they are deleted. Wouldn't it be better to still include their info with a symbol indicating that it might be out of date material? For instance, you do not list the National Enquirer, but this has earnt freelances a lot of money over the years. It may not be serious journalism but it is a good market.
First time I have heard about this "Bible of stock photography" was 4 years ago. I was a keen photo-enthusiast wishing to find markets for his work, which after going through this book and using it become a reality. It took a lot of effort and patience to go through the all entries, then choose and address final "matches", but finally it paid off. I have started to buy the book every year and allways found it very useful. It is really topic and kept "up-to-date" every year and the one for 2002 is not an extemption. Should there be only one book I will keep buying every year I know it is going to be this one. I do recommend it.
A must for editorial and/or stock photographers. A bible of contact information. A few photo buyers, like those who only buy one or two photos from freelancers a year, could be left out of the book.
This book is very exhaustive on places to sell photos. It is almost overwhelming trying to find places to send photos too. If you can't find a place to sell photos in here than you'll never be able to sell or post photos.
2002 Photographer's Market (Photographer's Market, 2002) ebook
Donna Poehner
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Writer's Digest Books; Revised edition (August 2001)
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