Street Vending Photographs In NYC: Experiences and Suggestions

Posted on 4/20/2010 by Dexter Lane | Printable Version | Comments (0)

Street vending your photography is not for everybody.  But if you can live within the income limits, are innovative, like the outdoors, and truly enjoy people- you can have a lot of fun.  Experience and suggestions from NYC.

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Dexter Lane has served as Secretary of the Picture Archive Council of America (PACA), founded its original Digital Image Standards Commitee (DISCo), and worked in management positions at Peter Arnold, Inc. from 1998-2008.  He is now marketing the ImagePASSPORT line of JavaScript programs that automate quality control adjustment and standardization of image files and metadata.

Among his photographic portfolios of his favorite subject, New York City, are his Panoramics.  These he occasionally vends from NYC's streets- hauling many gold-tubed panos, four metal and glass framed examples, and a carbon-fibre tripod as his stand in a keyboard gig-bag. He finds street vending a great balance to computer-time.


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