Tag Archive: photoshelter collection
Photoshelter Collection just sent out an email to contributors announcing a postponement of the closure and deletion of its images. Rather than closing on Oct. 10, PSC will remain open to buyers until Oct. 17 to accommodate some outstanding sales. More interesting, though, is a cryptic remark that “we’re working on a few *potential* opportunities for you to transfer or list your images with other agencies.” Regardless of any deal for transfer of images in the Collection, pictures will be deleted on Dec. 31. No word yet on which agencies or under what circumstances images might be transferred.
Or should that be blog flight attendant? Over at art buyer Heather Morton’s blog, There’s an interview with Rachel Hulin, formerly of Shoot! now of a blog of indeterminant name. The interview covers Shoot!, Photoshelter, Rachel’s upcoming plans with her new blog, and, surprise!, Rachel’s own work, which I find quite intriguing, but which I’m sure many people who read her blogs don’t know about. It’s quiet, introspective, and often quite beautiful. She was a Hot Shot a while back, by the way. Mmmm….edamame.