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Back to the point. What I discover in Andrew’s mail is that Photoshelter in a systems upgrade has just introduced a new photo buyers welcome page that should make it easier for photo buyers to find the right photographer or the right image on Photoshelter (“Find Professional Photos and Photographers“).
On that page they have a few featured photographers. And they have me as one of the featured photographers, or more specifically BKWine Photography. Curiously, I’m listed under Food Photographers, but I guess that’s not too far off, since they don’t have a wine and drinks photographer section. Perhaps ‘travel’ would have been more to the point. What do you think?
With a start of the day like that I can live with a bit of rain today!