DURHAM, NC (April 3, 2013) – NPPA is publishing a series of articles on the various ways photographers are getting their projects funded and published these days. In this first installment, Heather Graulich explores the "where" and "how" of crowd-sourcing.
In the upcoming Part Two, she'll look at the impact of on-demand book printing and marketing services and the economies of self-publishing.
Finally, in Part Three, Graulich will highlight some of the new trends in traditional funding approaches, such as grants and non-profits.
But let's start with Part One, "Crowd Sourcing: Ask And You Shall Receive," online now here.