If you’re a regular reader of Photographer’s Market, you know that we publish photos. You also know that they are always printed in black and white, even if the photo was originally in color. That has always frustrated me as editor, but there was nothing I could do about it. Well, now that I have this blog and I’m sending out an e-newsletter, I can finally show some photos in color.
I’ll start by showing one by Gerry Lemmo, who is a frequent contributor to Photographer’s Market. The photo below was published in the 2008 edition of Photographer’s Market (in black and white). The photo is farily monochromatic to begin with, which is one reason I decided to publish it in the book–i.e., I knew it would translate well to black and white. However, the little bit of color that it does have adds something, I think. It’s a beautiful and serene photograph.
Look for an interview with Gerry in the December e-newsletter.
If you’d like to submit a photo to Photographer’s Market, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your photo must have been previously published by a listing in Photographer’s Market.