Larry Berman will speak on:

"Creating Commercially Marketable Work"

Digital Imagers Meeting

Sunday May 6, 2007 at 1:15, Pitt Scaife Hall Rm. 1102

"I've always been able to earn a living selling my photography as fine art. I've put together a retro-
spective of 35 years of imagery, slide shows of different bodies of work and an eclectic overview slide show of my entire photographic career. Besides being able to answer questions about my images, I will discuss how to create commercially salable bodies of work and how to use a website to market the images.


Larry Berman's career in photography spans 35 years, beginning shooting rock concerts in the early 70"s. He became staff photographer for the New York Nets basketball team, then spent 20 years with The Image Bank stock photo agency. His photographs have been exhibited at fine art shows for 30 years. He shoots digital exclusively now, and has been active in forums answering questions about digital. He is a beta tester for Adobe Photoshop and his work is featured in the book "Mastering Digital Printing" and in Art Business News. He co-authored the book "50 Fast Digital Camera Techniques" (Wiley) and writes about imaging technology and interviews with famous photographers for Shutterbug Magazine.

His work may be seen at: