The Photojournalist's Guide to Making Money

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Allworth Press, 2000 - Photography - 241 pages
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Market savvy, expert research, and first-rate resources combine to make this book the tutor that can take experienced photojournalists to new heights of success—while showing aspiring photojournalists how to begin their climb in a stimulating and rewarding field. This insider's look at how today's pros really sell their work details the powerful maneuvers they use. Step-by-step instructions tell how to establish a business, implement the latest research tactics, network with editors and other photo buyers, pitch to television producers, and expand business through lectures and teaching. Extensive sections in Internet marketing detail cutting-edge strategies for tapping into the lucrative photojournalism marketplace.

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About the author (2000)

\Michael H. Sedge is owner of the Strawberry
Media Agency in Naples, Italy, a company that produces editorial packages
(articles, photos, illustrations) for more than forty publications around
the world and syndicates in Canada, Holland, and Asia. He is the author
of more than 2,600 articles that have appeared in publications throughout
the world, the novels Death Watch and The Oracle, the
screenplay The Vatican Diary, and several nonfiction books, including
Ascent to Failure
. He publishes the quarterly Markets Abroad
newsletter, where he shares his knowledge with readers about international
newspapers, magazines, and book publishers.
Sedge is a foreign correspondent for Armed Forces
Journal, Diplomat
(UK), International Travel World, and the
syndication agency Articles International. His recent assignments
have included work for Newsweek, Robb Report, the in-flight magazines
for Singapore, Philippine, and Japan Airlines, as well as The Discovery
A native of Flint, Michigan, Sedge has been married
for 22 years to Gabriella Giugliano, and together they have two lovely
children: Amanda and Daniele. He maintains his U.S. citizenship, but
has been legal resident of southern Italy for more than 24 years, where
he lives in Naples.

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