Worth Watching: Advice from Photo Rep Maren Levinson

From John Keatley, via Aphotoeditor

I thought this was a good perspective, and worth posting - Marin Levinson succinctly summarizes valuable advice that I hear over and over from industry leaders about vision, success, and where the industry is going.

"It used to be that somebody who could light, and show up, and make a portrait had value. That person is of no value anymore. They have to have something to say."

"You have to think about how you want people to refer to you, in one sentence...It's your job...to complete that sentence."

"Everything is heading toward motion."

Afghanistan work featured in Maxim Online

Afghanistan work featured in Maxim Online

Maxim magazine online did a nice little write-up on me and the body of photography that came from my year in Afghanistan. My photographs from Afghanistan hadn't been published yet outside of my own website, and it's been a while since they were made (2011), so it's very nice to see them out in the world where more people might run across them. The article is short, but I have to say, they did a pretty good job of summing up the Human Terrain System as well.

Read the full article here: https://www.maxim.com/maxim-man/article/my-tour-joshua-corbett-paktika-afghanistan

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