PDNedu‘s Spring 2014 issue has just debuted at the Society for Photographic Education’s 51st national conference, which runs through Saturday, March 8, at the Hilton Baltimore in the scenic Inner Harbor district.
While the conference is a ticketed event, the exhibits fair is open to the public and we’re handing out magazines at booth #13, so if you’re in the Baltimore area this Friday or Saturday, please stop by to say hello and pick up a copy.
In addition to the print issue, check out our online gallery with the winning work and honorable mentions from PDNedu’s eleventh annual student photography contest. Additionally, keep an eye out for PDNedu‘s digital edition—enhanced with streaming videos and hotlinks—which will be going live next week.
PDNedu‘s cover feature on Dustin Snipes and his iconic brand of sports portraiture proves that this One to Watch continues to take each photographic challenge to new heights. After reading the story in print, step behind the scenes in our digital edition to see Snipes in the studio during a shoot with Nascar sprint cup driver Kasey Kahne.
It’s a Living profiles extreme adventure and sports photographer Corey Rich. Read about his steady ascent as a visual storyteller in both motion and stills and watch his remarkable film WHY in our digital edition.
Step X Step features a recap of last fall’s exclusive PDNedu/Nikon Photo Industry Mashup panel discussion, where Ami Vitale, Corey Rich and Jerry Ghionis offered valuable insights about how to maintain a solid presence in a shifting field.
And, in our Business Smarts story Ivory Tower or Job Center Colleen Mullins delves into the framework for the Obama administration’s upcoming College Affordability Plan, which signals high adventure of another sort.
All this and much, much more are packed into the issue, including cost breakdowns for studying, living and working in Salt Lake City, reviews of the latest and greatest in photo gear and a Q&A with Rich Clarkson, legendary director of photography and founder/director of the sports photography agency Clarkson Creative.
For those not in Baltimore, PDNedu’s Sports and Adventure issue is currently shipping to photography programs nationwide. We hope you’ll enjoy it, and, by all means, please let us know what you think!