RECENT POSTS IN Covid-19
Ohio Will Allow Wedding Receptions Of Up To 300 People Starting On June 1st
Ohio will reopen venues of up to 300 people for wedding receptions and other events starting on June 1st, 2020
Guidelines for Photographers Who Want to Reopen Revealed By Washington
Washington State Governor Jay Inslee has published a set of guidelines for professional photographers who want to re-open their studios as the stay-at-home order in the state has started to roll back. If all goes according to plan, these guidelines could act as a template for the rest of the countries photographers as well.
Healthy At Work Studio – How Forward-Thinking Prepared Me For The First Day Back in Business After Quarantine
As we’re all aware, businesses were shut down worldwide several weeks ago due to Covid-19, and as with any traumatic…
Nikon’s Latest Financial Statements Warn of “Extraordinary Losses” Due To Covid-19
This week Nikon Corp released two financial statements recognizing, and warning investors of “extraordinary losses” related to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Adobe Events Go Virtual for 2020 In Response to Covid-19
Following the impressive 99u conference announcement, today Adobe went a step further by stating that all of their remaining events for 2020 go entirely virtual. “We are committed to delivering the world’s best digital events for customers and communities everywhere.”
Join 25+ Photographers for a Live Conference to Benefit COVID-19 Relief Fund
On May 6 & 7th, 2020, a gathering of incredible photographers from around the world will be hosting a live-streaming educational event to raise money for people in Columbia affected by the events of the Covid-19 virus.
How to Direct a Virtual Couples FaceTime Photoshoot in 4 Steps
Learn how to shoot a virtual photo session right from your couch using FaceTime and a Bluetooth remote.
Adobe Launches A $1M Fund in Response to COVID-19
The Adobe Creative Residency program is launching a $1M Community Fund to support creators of visual digital work. We’ll offer grants of $500–$5,000USD for either a portfolio project or a paid Adobe project commission. The program will run for 12 months starting May 2020, and we’ll be giving grants and commissioning work each month.