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PSPC consulting firm launched to aid volume photographers News People on the Move 

PSPC consulting firm launched to aid volume photographers

Longtime school photography executive Mark Schoenrock has assembled a team of advisors to serve volume photographers, photography companies, vendors and suppliers of all sizes and sales volumes, under the name Professional School, Sport and Special Event Photography Consulting (PSPC). Schoenrock says the venture was launched late last year in response to requests from volume photographers and vendors for information and advice on... Read More
Top 10 Dead Pixels Society photo industry stories of 2017 News Opinion 

Top 10 Dead Pixels Society photo industry stories of 2017

It’s been a busy year for the Dead Pixels Society, with the launching of the full blog and a weekly newsletter. Here are the top 10 stories from the website, based on hits and shares: 10) Costco gets into business printing Costco has added business printing to its online Photo Center. The company notified customers of the addition of business... Read More
Glossy Finish, a Leader in Youth Sports Action Photography, Selects CaptureLife, Inc. as Their Exclusive Partner for Digital Image Delivery and Fulfillment News Press releases 

Glossy Finish, a Leader in Youth Sports Action Photography, Selects CaptureLife, Inc. as Their Exclusive Partner for Digital Image Delivery and Fulfillment

Now independent from Lifetouch again, Glossy Finish looks to grow its unique sports action photography offering by leveraging the CaptureLife platform as its mobile backbone for digital image delivery, new digital products, and purchasing of print products from smartphones. Minneapolis, MN – November 16, 2017 – CaptureLife Inc., provider of the CaptureLife Photo Sharing App for iPhones and Android devices... Read More
Exclusive: Glossy Finish returns to original owners News 

Exclusive: Glossy Finish returns to original owners

Action Sports Photography Division of Lifetouch National School Studios is purchased by founder Glossy Finish, formerly the action sports division of Lifetouch National School Studios, was repurchased by an investment group led by founder and CEO Haim Ariav and Matt Winer, senior employee and CTO. Ariav launched the business in 2006, and sold it to Lifetouch in 2013, where it... Read More
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