There is no path


Notwithstanding the NYT’s own low assignment rates and its onerous freelancer contract, the paper has a good article summing up the void staring back at many young photographers and how amateurs and agencies (Getty co-founder and CEO Jonathan Klein is quoted in the article) are filling that void. It’s nothing we don’t already know, especially those of us trying to carve out a space in the industry, but the article’s worth a read anyway.


  1. [...] The New York Times has a short followup with reader mail regarding yesterday’s article on the difficulties facing professional photographers. [...]

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