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Photographers Get Lowballed Because They Love Their Jobs: Study – Photography Article

Photographers have been speaking out in recent years about getting asked to do work for little or no money. A new research study is now suggesting that one of the reasons photographers get lowballed is because they love their jobs. Professor Aaron Kay and Ph.D student Jay Kim at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business recently published a paper titled, “Understanding Contemporary Forms of Exploitation: Attributions of Passion Serve to Legitimize the Poor Treatment of Workers,” in the Journal of…

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Zatista.com, the premier source for original art online Shadow Play in Art – Fine Art Photography Article

Zatista.com, the premier source for original art online Shadow Play in Art Night Shadows by Edward Hopper on whitney.org It’s been said that in art what isn’t there is sometimes just as important as what is. There is something about things unclear, hidden, or absent that captures our attention. When faced with such mysteries, we naturally want to solve the riddle, finish the story, fill in the blank. Perhaps this is why so many artists use shadows in their work…

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Zatista.com, the premier source for original art online Artist Glimpse – Doug Hockman – Fine Art Photography Article

Zatista.com, the premier source for original art online Artist Glimpse – Doug Hockman Winter Winds by Doug Hockman on zatista.com Photographer Doug Hockman lives in Middletown, Connecticut, which is midway between Boston and New York. He is a regular participant in the art market circuit in the Northeast and has been a Zatista artist since 2010. To the casual observer, his work is highly influenced by the beauty of the natural surroundings of the Northeast. I had the opportunity to ask…

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Zatista.com, the premier source for original art online And Now For Something a Little Different… – Fine Art Photography Article

Zatista.com, the premier source for original art online And Now For Something a Little Different… I have a very fun design client who is often looking for artwork that’s a little unusual, a tad edgy, and a bit unexpected. Yehan Wang “Density-058” Her typical request is, “I want it to look like it’s from the window of Anthropologie!” or “I want it to make me say, ‘huh?’” Yehan Wang “Density-056” That’s not the kind of artwork you see everyday. But…

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Zatista.com, the premier source for original art online Photographer Peter Guttman on Kodachrome’s Retirement – Fine Art Photography Article

Zatista.com, the premier source for original art online Photographer Peter Guttman on Kodachrome’s Retirement Photographer Peter Guttman on Kodachrome’s Retirement Today, June 22nd, 2009, Kodak stopped making Kodachrome Film after 74 years. Renowned photographer Peter Guttman talks in this interview about his experience with Kodachrome over the years. Watch the interview and see Peter Guttman’s works on Zatista. More Resources: 13Aug The Entanglements of Film & Fine Art I’m not sure what happens more, seeing a piece of artwork that…

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