RECENT POSTS IN railroad tracks
Don’t Underestimate The Danger Of Railroad Shoots | Another Preventable Death By Train
Hey photographers, let’s take (yet another) moment to talk about something that comes up fairly often in internet discussions and…
A New, Humorous Video Reminds Us To Stop Taking Photos On Train Tracks
This week, Operation Lifesaver sent me a video to share, hoping to continue to raise awareness of the dangers of shooting on the tracks.
Railway Safety: Photographers, Help Us Educate The World
Two recent viral incidents spark controversy over photographs taken on railroad tracks. It seems the majority of people don’t know the risks and laws associated with trespassing on railroad property. This is my call to action, my plea to all photographers to help us educate the world about railway safety.
How To Say No Without Losing Portrait Clients
Good customer service is key in our industry. But sometimes it’s hard to say no, even to ridiculous requests clients make. Here’s my arsenal of communication tips for how to say no without necessarily losing clients or sounding like a jerk.
Photographers Struck, One Killed, on Railroad Tracks Saturday
A woman was killed after being struck by a train on railroad tracks near Santa Barbara, California. Three others were involved in the accident.
Photographer Struck And Killed By Train During Photo Shoot
A photographer was struck and killed by an Amtrak train while photographing on the tracks Saturday in Missouri.
Camera Assistant Killed by Train While Filming Gregg Allman Biopic
A second camera assistant was hit and killed by train Thursday afternoon while filming the Gregg Allman biopic “Midnight Rider,” in Wayne County, GA.