Our second winner of the is Sarah Hipwell. See more of Sarah’s images here#GreatPicPR No1
Congratulations to Pam O’Brien who is the inaugural winner of our #GreatPicPR Hashtag. To read more about Pam check out her website here
About the #GreatPicPR
Have you taken a great picture that you want to show everyone. Tweet it with with the hashtag #GreatPicPR any Wednesday. We will select one image each week taken by a professional photographer and award it “Pic of the Week”. No catches, no fees...
In August we asked photographers to share any images they had of Olympians. Alex Styles, a portrait photographer based in Wolverhampton, sent us a fabulous photograph of British Olympian Julian Thomas. We really liked the image and took the time to ask Alex a few questions regarding the shoot and resulting image.
PicReach: How did you get to photograph an Olympian?
Alex: I had Julian turn up to the studio for a shoot with his girlfriend at the time.. We got chatting about how he was a professional athlete and it...
Maeve Binchy, who died recently, was a best selling author and at one time woman’s editor of the Irish Times. She was not however a very good picture editor. Put the kettle on, make a brew and take five minutes to listen as she recounts a story about the Veal Casserole – it will bring a smile to your face.
PicReach is a new project designed to assist people share great images and promote professional photography in the process. In order to succeed we need the support of the industry. Today, following some key presentations, the Irish Professional Photographers Association have given us a great boost by including a piece on PicReach in their monthly newsletter. Read the piece here:-
Here is the original newsletter.
We are very grateful to the IPPA for their support and encouraged that they have recognised...
Got an email earlier from a photographer asking why he couldn’t post photographs because he is an amateur. He was upset and felt we are disrespecting him by not allowing him share his great (and they are) images with PicReach visitors. We want to assure anyone who is upset not to be. We love photo lovers and amateurs and really want them to become part of the site. We hope to write informative articles for them and do amazing interviews with photographers and equipment makers. But we...
Should location be a key factor in selecting a photographer?
If you like the style and the style fits the project why not hire based on image. After all, like designing, photography is a creative process and (within reason and budgets) borders shouldn’t play a huge role in the selection process.
That is why, with PicReach, we have laid great emphassis on the awesome images photographers produce and not on their reputations, locations or awards. However we have a super verification system and if you really want to know more about...
Just a quick note to welcome you very important people – our testers.
There is a lot of work going on behind the scenes as we scramble to get this project off the ground and into flight.
With peer verification, fictionless sharing across platforms and “love” for your awesome photographs PicReach will very quickly build into a unique and powerful resource serving people who appreciate the very best images produced by professional photographers worldwide.
We are excited by the opportunities presented by PicReach and the internet at large. We hope that you...